Grange Press is the publishing imprint of the Presbytery of the United States, Free Church of Scotland (Continuing).

During the first and second Reformations, God brought about a vast recovery of biblical truth. Not only did Scotland share in this spiritual vitality, it attained the most extensive return to Scripture in doctrine, worship, government and personal piety of anywhere else in Europe. In 1843 the Free Church of Scotland carried forward that same devout testimony.

We believe that these biblical attainments must be recovered, owned and asserted in the present generation. To that end, we purpose to provide reading material, both old and new, that will direct souls into the riches of the Bible and lead them to savor Christ and contend for his claims.

Grange Press is the publishing imprint of the Presbytery of the United States, Free Church of Scotland (Continuing). Our Presbytery also produces a quarterly magazine, The Master’s Trumpet.  The name, Grange Press, is taken from the burial ground where many of the Free Church of Scotland Disruption fathers have been laid to rest, located south of Edinburgh’s city center.

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ARTCLES FROM THE EDITORS

November 20, 2019
Human Nature in its Fourfold State

Human Nature in its Fourfold State by Thomas Boston – A Book Review

In May 1708, toward the beginning of his ministry in Ettrick, Thomas Boston began to preach on man’s fourfold state, as he had done before in Simprin. Ever an observer of Providence, Boston noted that “The conduct of Providence in leading to a second attempt on that subject, was the more remarkable, considering what the same Providence had designed it for, unknown to and unlooked for by me, till the event discovered itself years after. And preaching of these sermons of the Fourfold State, through the mercy of God, was not in vain” (Memoirs of Thomas Boston, 227). The eventual […]
November 13, 2019
scottish highlands

Eminent Highland Preachers

“For our gospel came not unto you in word only, but also in power, and in the Holy Ghost, and in much assurance, as ye know what manner of men we were among you for your sake” (1 Thess. 1:5). Of all the catastrophes known to man, few evoke scenes of greater horror in the hearts of God’s people than the prospects of a famine of the Word. Preaching holds an indispensable place in God’s economy. Believers know that their spiritual vitality depends on the food delivered from the pulpit by God. In Christ’s words: “Man shall not live by […]
November 6, 2019
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The Lost Art of Meditation

The reading and preaching of the Word of God is to be central in the life of a believer. We are to be like the blessed man of Psalm 1 whose “delight is in the Law of the LORD” (verse 2), but if we stop at simply reading and hearing the Word, we will not profit as much as we should. The psalmist also meditated in the law “day and night” and this was key to his fruitfulness (verse 3). The church will greatly benefit from recovering this lost art of meditation. The Difficulty of Meditation Meditation is serious, prolonged, […]