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Church of Scotland

Definitions

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  • proper noun The national Presbyterian church of Scotland.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • However, Chartres, as well as other church figures such as the Dean of Westminster Abbey and the moderator of the Church of Scotland will also play a role in the wedding service.

    Yvonne Yorke: NEW Royal Wedding Details: The Dress, The Ceremony, The Receptions & More

  • The Prime Minister enjoys reminding us that he's a Son of the Manse whose "values" still owe much to the Kirk and whose much-vaunted "moral compass" was calibrated at an early age, largely through the example of his minister father and the Church of Scotland.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • Well , I'm a member of the Church of Scotland and I am incensed that the General Assembly has turned its back on Scripture over this issue .

    WHAT A GAY DAY

  • Juggling attending a Catholic school and being an active member of the Catholic church with a rather intense Church of Scotland Sunday school, it's fair to say that my younger days were heavily laced with religious overtones.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Despite what the BBC would like to believe the Church of Scotland is Presbyterian and doesn't have "leaders" to tell it what to do .

    WHAT A GAY DAY

  • The Prime Minister enjoys reminding us that he's a Son of the Manse whose "values" still owe much to the Kirk and whose much-vaunted "moral compass" was calibrated at an early age, largely through the example of his minister father and the Church of Scotland.

    Holy Gordon's Prayer

  • Juggling attending a Catholic school and being an active member of the Catholic church with a rather intense Church of Scotland Sunday school, it's fair to say that my younger days were heavily laced with religious overtones.

    Megrahi and Glasgow North East

  • This was run by the Church of Scotland and at first Lotte felt somewhat embarrassed living there.

    Charlotte Auerbach.

  • In 1923 the Church of Scotland produced a highly-controversial and since repudiated report entitled The Menace of the Irish Race to our Scottish Nationality.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The same Christian zeal which inspired the first colonialists-cum - evangelists is back now with two politicians whose fathers were Church of Scotland ministers – Gordon Brown and Douglas Alexander.

    Sons of the manse

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