Alexander Hislop ( 1807- 1862) was a Scottish Protestant minister famous for his outspoken criticisms of the Roman Catholic Church. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alexander Hislop"
Alexander Webster ( 1707 - January 25, 1784), Scottish writer and minister, son of James Webster, a covenanting minister, was born in Edinburgh. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alexander Webster"
Andrew Purves is a Christian theologian in the tradition of the Presbyterian Church USA. He holds the Hugh Thomson Kerr Chair in Pastoral Theology at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andrew Purves"
Andrew Scott ( 1772– 1846) was a Roman Catholic cleric and missionary active in the early 19th century revival of Catholicism in Scotland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andrew Scott (bishop)"
Archibald Campbell Tait ( 21 December 1811 - 3 December 1882) was an archbishop of Canterbury. ...more on Wikipedia about "Archibald Campbell Tait"
David Livingstone ( 19 March 1813 – 1 May 1873) was a Scottish missionary and explorer of the Victorian era, now best remembered because of his meeting with Henry Morton Stanley which gave rise to the popular quotation, "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?" ...more on Wikipedia about "David Livingstone"
The Rt Rev. David William Lacy BA BD is the current Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland (2005). ...more on Wikipedia about "David W. Lacy"
David Welsh (c. December 11, 1793– April 24, 1845) was a Scots divine and academic. ...more on Wikipedia about "David Welsh"
Dean of the Chapel Royal, in any kingdom, can be the title of an official charged with oversight of that kingdom's Chapel Royal, the ecclesiastical establishment which is part of the Royal Household and ministers to it. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dean of the Chapel Royal"
The Rev Dr Donald Caskie was a minister in the Church of Scotland, best known for his exploits in France during World War II, during which he helped an estimated 2,000 Allied sailors, soldiers and airman to escape from occupied France (mainly through Spain). The 'Fasti' - the record of all Church of Scotland ministers since the Reformation - simply mentions that he was "engaged in church and patriotic duties in France, 1939-1945". ...more on Wikipedia about "Donald Caskie"
Donald Macpherson Baillie (1887-1954) was a Scottish theologian, ecumenist, and parish minister. ...more on Wikipedia about "Donald Macpherson Baillie"
Gavin Douglas (c. 1474 - September, 1522), Scottish poet and bishop, third son of Archibald, 5th Earl of Angus (called the "great Earl of Angus" and "Bell-the-Cat"), was born c. 1474, probably at one of his father's seats. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gavin Douglas"
George Campbell ( December 25, 1719 - April 6, 1796) was a Scottish Enlightenment philosopher, minister, theologian, and professor of divinity. Campbell had three focuses to his intellectual life: language, theology, and rhetoric. He was primarily interested in rhetoric since he believed that the study of rhetoric would enable his students to become better preachers. Consequently, he became a philosopher of rhetoric because he understood that the philosophical changes brought by the Enlightenment would have serious implications for rhetoric. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Campbell (Presbyterian minister)"
George Gleig ( May 12, 1753 - March 9, 1840) was a Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Gleig"
George Fielden MacLeod ( June 17, 1895 – September, 1991), The Very Reverend Lord MacLeod of Fuinary MC DD, was a Scottish soldier and clergyman. ...more on Wikipedia about "George MacLeod"
George McLeod Newlands is Professor of Divinity at the University of Glasgow ...more on Wikipedia about "George Newlands"
George Wishart (c. 1513– March 1, 1546) was a Scottish religious reformer and Protestant martyr. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Wishart"
Gilbert Burnet ( September 18, 1643- March 17, 1715) was a Scottish theologian and historian, and Bishop of Salisbury. He was fluent in Dutch and French, Latin, Greek, and Hebrew. Gilbert was respected as a cleric, a preacher, and an academic, as well as a writer and historian. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gilbert Burnet"
Hugh Ross Mackintosh ( 1870- 1936) was a Scottish theologian, and parish minister. ...more on Wikipedia about "H.R. Mackintosh"
Ian Maclaren (pseudonym of Rev. John Watson; ( 3 November 1850- 6 May 1907) was a Scottish author and divine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ian Maclaren"
James Fraser McLuskey MC DD was Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in 1983. ...more on Wikipedia about "J. Fraser McLuskey" www.shortopedia.com - now! Scottish_clergy
The Very Rev James Aitken Whyte was a leading Scottish theologian and Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. ...more on Wikipedia about "James Aitken Whyte"
James Blair D.D. ( 1656 – April 18, 1743) was a Scottish Episcopalian clergyman, missionary and educator, best known as the founder of the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. ...more on Wikipedia about "James Blair (clergyman)"
James Forbes ( 1813- 1851) was a Scottish- Australian Presbyterian minister and educator. ...more on Wikipedia about "James Forbes (minister)"
John Baillie (1886-1960) was a Scottish theologian, a Church of Scotland minister and brother of theologian Donald Macpherson Baillie. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Baillie" Can you feel it? www.shortopedia.com.
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