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History of the Secession Church

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        Paginationxvi, 79 p. :
        Number of Pages52
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Hallowed Ground: First Baptist Church, Columbia

Thomson, Andrew; Struthers, Gavin 1858. Again this issue of patronage caused a major chasm in the church, and the feelings were so profound, that the majority of Jedburgh citizens split, and built their own church with Thomas Boston anyway.

Four years later the papal schism was healed and in 1472 Pope Sixtus IV raised the See of St Andrews to an archdiocese. They rejected any State interference in Church matters.

Jedburgh Secession Churches

Furthermore, James Scott's dates of service at Gateshaw Brae Secession Church are supposedly 1747-1773. The General Assembly continued to press for the act to be recognised. These issues had their roots in seventeenth century controversies between presbyterian and episcopal factions in the Church of Scotland. This was to become the source of much division in the Church over the next century and a half.

When they still refused to recant, in November the protesting ministers were suspended. of William Lyon of Wester Ogle, min.