Old Kirk Media is a collection of audio podcasts, lectures, videos, and recorded literature promoting classic Protestantism and the distinctive heritage of Scottish Presbyterianism in the modern world. They range from the academic to the popular. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect our own.
We also warmly commend the work of the Scottish Reformation Society. We are interested in the possibility of starting a North American branch or partner society of the SRS, which would in part involve periodic public lectures. If you would be interested in being involved in this in the future, please send an e-mail to mjives dot refparish at gmail dot com. And should you find a link that doesn’t work anymore, kindly send me an e-mail to let me know!
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Classic Protestantism – Topics & Events
(C) Conversion Testimonies. Richard Bennett, “A Catholic Priest’s Testimony,” (M) The Mass & The Sacraments. Hugh Cartwright, “From the Mass to the Lord’s Supper,” Mariology & Romanist Mysticism. Timothy Kauffman, “The Occult & Roman Superstitions,” (P) The Pre-Reformation. Ryan Reeves, “Late Medieval Background,” (V) Vatican II & Modern Romanist Theology. Camden Bucey et al., “Modern Roman Catholicism,” “Vatican II Inclusivism,”
Classic Protestantism – Prominent Figures
(L) Martin Luther (1483-1546). Carl Trueman, “Martin Luther, Troubled Prophet,”
Scottish Presbyterianism – Topics & Events
(D) The Disruption of 1843. David Campbell, “Disruption Principles,” George Grant, “The Disruption and the Great Awakening,” (F) The First Reformation. Douglas Somerset, “The Reformation in the North of Scotland;” The Free Church of Scotland. Sandy Finlayson, “The Founders of the Free Church,” (H) Historiography of the Scottish Reformation. John R. McIntosh, “Modern Interpretations of the Scottish Reformation,” (S) The Second Reformation.
Scottish Presbyterianism – Prominent Figures
(B) James Begg (1808-1833). (C) Thomas Chalmers (1780-1847). George Grant, “The Influence of Thomas Chalmers,” “Thomas Chalmers, Man of Vision,” “Thomas Chalmers and Modernism,” “Thomas Chalmers and the Parish Centered Ministry,” Michael Ives, “Chalmers’ Principles of Parish Missions,” “Parish Missions: The Story of Thomas Chalmers’ West Port Experiment, 1844-47,” C. N. Willborn, “Thomas Chalmers: Calvinist, Reformer of Culture,” (K) John Knox (c. 1513-1572). Douglas Somerset, “John Knox: A Christian Scotland,” (M) Robert Murray M’Cheyne (1813-1843). John J. Murray, “Robert Murray M’Cheyne,”