1638-Alexander Henderson.-This is the sermon preached on the occasion of the excommunicating of several episcopal prelates, at the beginning of the Second Reformation in Scotland, declares wherein true ordination stands and announces the ascendance of a revived jure divino Presbyterianism.Read More
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1641-Alexander Henderson.-This provides a description of the polity of the Church of Scotland on the eve of the convening of the Westminster Assembly. Herein is provided an account of one of the best examples of the exercise of church government amongst Reformed churches.Read More
A Sermon Preached To the Honorable House of Commons, At their late solemn Fast, Wednesday, December 27. 1643.
1644-Alexander Henderson.-A sermon detailing the great need and method of reforming both the church and the nation together with a dire warning to magistrates that will not be reformed.Read More
1644-Alexander Henderson and some brethren.-This is an apologetic work designed to exhibit Presbyterianism as it really was in Scotland not as it was portrayed by its detractors.Read More