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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October 2, 2019
The Happy Man

The Happy Man

“Thou wilt show me the path of life: in thy presence is fullness of joy; at thy right hand there are pleasures for evermore” (Ps. 16:11). The Bible grounds true happiness in gospel holiness. The most holy people are the most happy people – because they are most like God and live most in his presence. The two stand and fall together; man must have both or neither. Any attempt to sever what God has joined together produces a shallow satisfaction that proves dishonoring to Christ and dismal to the soul. “There is a way which seemeth right unto a […]
September 11, 2019
Bible open to 2 Corinthians

The LORD Our Righteousness: The Old Perspective on Paul

The LORD Our Righteousness; The Old Perspective on Paul. Obadiah Grew (1607-1689). Soli Deo Gloria 2005. 102pp. The New Perspective on Paul advocated by authors such as N. T. Wright has caused intrigue and concern in the church over the last few decades. It is a view that considers the Apostle Paul’s teaching to be in general agreement with first century Judaism’s idea of salvation, in which a man’s personal works contribute to his acceptance before God. Paul’s quarrel with the law in Epistles like Galatians was chiefly to do with Jewish pride, a false view of their national status […]
August 28, 2019
family worship

Mr. Brown’s Dying Advices to His Younger Children

The following letter was penned by John Brown of Haddington (1722-1787), who served as a Scottish Presbyterian minister in the Associate Synod, to his young children as he lay on his deathbed. It portrays a God-fearing father bequeathing a spiritual inheritance to his sons and daughters – and to us, his spiritual heirs. Let us heed his advice and follow his example. My Dear Children, Believing that God hath made with me, and with my seed after me, his everlasting covenant, to be a God to me and to my seed, I did, in your baptism, and often since, and […]