The Covenanters The Covenanters formed an important movement in the religion and politics of Scotland in the th century In religion the movement is most associated with the promotion and development of Presbyterianism as a form of church government favoured by the people as opposed to Episcopacy favoured by the crown In politics the movement saw important developments in the character and operation of the Scottish Parliament which began a steady shift away from its medieval origins The movement as a whole was essentially conservative in tone but it began a revolution that engulfed Scotland England and Ireland the Wars of the Three Kingdoms From An Outline of Christianity The Story of Our Civilisation volume The Rise of the Modern Church edited by RG Parsons and AS Peake published by the Waverley Book Club London
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