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By David Bryce & Co. / 1866/
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In the spring of 1866, a tumultuous time for the Presbyterian Church of Scotland, several prominent ministers and theologians of the day came together to deliver a series of lectures in Glasgow—defending portions of the faith such as divine revelation, confession, and the Sabbath, which were under attack from a “new theology.” These lectures, by Patrick Fairbairn, Robert Buchanan, Henry Calderwood, William Symington, Alexander R. MacEwen, and Marcus Dods, were meant to vindicate the established beliefs and confirm the foundations of faith for their fellow countrymen.