Scottish Religious Figure
Scottish Religious Figures
Moderate Presbyterian clergyman influential in the defeat of Charles I.
Successor to John Knox as a religious reformer.
Anti-royalist Presbyterian, principal author of the National Covenant.
Bishop and founder of St Andrews University.
Founded Scotland's second oldest university, in Glasgow.
Cardinal who promoted closer relations between Scotland and France and persecuted Protestants.
Evangelical minister who founded the Secession Church.
Religious reformer and early martyr of the Reformation.
A Presbyterian minister and Royalist sympathiser who aided oppression of the Covenanters.
The key figure of the Scottish reformation.
A martyr of the counter-Reformation.
Covenanter who founded the Cameronians, a religious sect.
A disciple of St Columba, said to have built a church in Aberdeen.
Married Malcolm III, organised the church, introduced the English language to the Scottish court.
Bishop generally recognised as being the first Christian missionary to Scotland.
First moderator of the Free Church of Scotland.
The first to map Scotland in any detail, over a 13-year time-span.
Founded Aberdeen University and introduced printing.
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