Preaching, Word and Sacrament
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The post-Reformation church architecture of Scotland is shaped by the nation's distinctive religious history and competing denominations. This first detailed survey since the 1950s extends further into the 19th century than previous studies, and includes many examples not previously noted. Generously illustrated with photographs and plans, it shows how contrasting requirements of Presbyterian, Episcopalian and Roman Catholic worship have shaped church interiors, and concludes with a survey of liturgical and architectural developments since 1860.