WHYTOCK, Jack C.
Title: An Educated Clergy : Scottish Theological Education and Training in the Kirk and Secession, 1560-1850.
Publisher:  Paternoster, Milton Keynes, U.K. / Waynesboro, GA, 2007, ISBN:9781842275122
Seller ID: 96028
WHYTOCK, Jack C. “An Educated Clergy” : Scottish Theological Education and Training in the Kirk and Secession, 1560-1850. (Milton Keynes, U.K. / Waynesboro, GA) : Paternoster, (2007). First Printing. Pp [i]-xxvi,(2),-458,(8). Index. 8vo, illustrated pale green and purple card covers. In the Studies in Christian History and Thought series. Of Nova Scotia interest : Chapter 15 (pp 347-379) : A Case Study in Theological Education in British NorthAmerica (1820-1843) : Introduction; Thomas McCulloch: Biographical Sketch, Writings and the Hall; Biographical Sketch; McCulloch's Writings and the D ivinity Hall; The Hall; Synod Records and Theological Education; Summary. Contents : Part One :Theological Education and Training in the Kirk. 1. Continental Reformed Theological Education and Training. 2. Period I: 1560-1576, The First Book of Discipline. 3. Period II: 1577-1637, Nova Erectio. 4. Period III: 1638-1661, Covenanter Period. 5. Period IV: 1662-1689, EpiscopalRestoration. 6. Period V: 1690-1825, Revolution Settlement. 7. Period VI: 1826-1860, Universities' Commission. Part Two : Theological Education and Training in the Secession. 8. Introduction: Origins of the Secession and First Efforts for a Divinity Hall. 9. The 1747 Breach and Two Halls. 10. The Associate Divinity Hall with John Brown of Haddington (1767-1787). 11. The Associate Divinity Hall with George Lawson (1787-1820). 12. The General Associate Hall (1786-1820). 13. The United Secession Divinity Hall (1821-1847).14. The Auld Light Divinity Halls. Part Three : Scottish Patterns and Brit ish North America. 15. A Case Study in Theological Education in British North America (1820-1843). 16. Conclusion. Appendices : A Listing of Theological Professors in the Scottish Universities, c. 1560-1860; A Complete Listing of Theological Professors in the Secession Churches, 1733-1847. Very good. 20.00