By Nigel Yates
In the intervening interval a few of the constructions defined by way of George Hay were demolished, switched over to non-ecclesiastical use or liturgically reordered. even though, this learn is going extra to incorporate many surviving examples neglected by means of Hay, and extends his paintings additional into the 19th century, with an in depth research of constructions as much as 1860, and with a extra basic attention of later 19th and early 20th century church structure in Scotland. The special research of advancements in Scotland, specifically these within the Presbyterian church buildings, are set within the context of comparative advancements in different elements of england and Europe, specifically these within the Reformed church buildings of the Netherlands and Switzerland to create a groundbreaking new examine through a longtime author.
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58 The ﬁrst of these revivals in Scotland had taken place at Cambuslang in 1742 and it 56 57 58 Burleigh, Church History, p. 279. , pp. G. Brown, Religion and Society in Scotland since 1707, Edinburgh 1997, pp. 22–5, 28. R. Ward, The Protestant Evangelical Awakening, Cambridge 1992, and David Bebbington, Evangelicalism in Modern Britain: A History from the 1730s to the 1980s, London 1989; useful for the later phases of the Evangelical Revival is Ian Bradley, The Call to Seriousness: The Evangelical Impact on the Victorians, London 1976.
L. MacLean, Inverness 1986, p. 40; Patterns of Reform, p. 476. Spicer, Calvinist Churches, pp. 82–5. 38 SCOTTISH CHURCH INTERIORS 1560–1690 the church divided into sections where stood the ‘dasks’ of the various heritors and their tenants and in some churches . . a part set aside for women. . 45 By the 1620s, these arrangements were at variance with the requirements of the Articles of Perth but there is not much evidence to indicate that Scottish churches were altered to accommodate a more Anglican type of liturgy.
Graham Walker and Ian Gallagher, Edinburgh 1990, p. 63. Loc. ; Ansdell, People of the Great Faith, pp. 196–7. Brown, Religion and Society, p. 31. M. Murray, Rebuilding the Kirk: Presbyterian Reunion in Scotland 1909–1929, Edinburgh 2000. 26 THE SCOTTISH REFORMATION AND ITS AFTERMATH Scotland have been members of the established Church of Scotland. The remaining groups of Presbyterians, including those of the United Free Church who refused to join the 1929 union, are very small indeed. This has, however, created an enormous surplus of ecclesiastical plant in Scotland as the uniting churches brought their buildings with them.
Preaching, Word and Sacrament: Scottish Church Interiors 1560-1860 by Nigel Yates