Act, Declaration and Testimony, for the Whole of our Covenanted Reformation, as Attained to, and Established in, Britain and Ireland; Particularly Betwixt the Years 1638 and 1649, Inclusive. As, Also, Against All the Steps of Defection From Said Reformation, Whether in Former or Later Times, Since the Overthrow of that Glorious Work, Down to this Present Day.-1761-Reformed Presbytery, of Scotland, Ireland and America.-This is the Judicial Testimony emitted by the Reformed Presbytery wherein a number of controverted principles are asserted with special emphasis upon the doctrine of the civil magistrate and their controversy with the Seceders over this teaching. The American church abandoned this testimony in 1806; the Scottish church in 1839; the Irish church sometime later. Under the leadership of Robert Lusk and David Steele, this Testimony was restored to its position amongst adherents of the Reformed Presbytery (“Steelite”).
Terms of Christian and Ministerial Communion.-1761-Reformed Presbytery, of Scotland, Ireland and America.-These are the terms of communion as they were adopted by the Reformed Presbytery, in 1761. The American church abandoned them in 1806; the Scottish church in 1822; the Irish church later.
Dominion of Christ.-1846-Reformed Presbyterian Church of Ireland.-A short article containing a statement from the Reformed Presbyterian Church of Ireland on the duty of the magistrate with respect to Popery.