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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July 17, 2019
Gravestones in an old church cemetary.

Raised up With the Selfsame Bodies

The doctrine of our Confession of Faith concerning the resurrection of the dead is, in part, that “all the dead shall be raised up, with the selfsame bodies and none other, although with different qualities, which shall be united again to their souls forever” (Chap. 32.3). There is much that is profitable to consider simply in the statement that the dead shall be raised up “with the selfsame bodies and none other.” The same body that is fearfully and wonderfully knit together in one’s mother’s womb, preserved through the course of one’s life (with its very hairs numbered by God), […]
June 26, 2019
William Guthrie, The Christian's Great Interest

The Christian’s Great Interest by William Guthrie – A Book Review

The Lord Jesus Christ, the great Physician, has, through the centuries, raised up under himself faithful physicians of souls. One of these was William Guthrie (1620-1669), who left behind but one book, The Christian’s Great Interest as evidence of his skill as a physician of souls. It is said that John Owen on one occasion produced a small gilded copy of Guthrie’s book from his pocket and declared, “that author I take to have been one of the greatest divines that ever wrote. … I have written several folios, but there is more divinity in it than in them all.” […]
May 16, 2019
Satisfied with bread

Christ Feeds His Poor Saints in Zion

“I will abundantly bless her provision: I will satisfy her poor with bread.” Psalm 132:15 Psalm 132 has its context in God’s Covenant with David and looks back to his desire to build a house for the LORD v3-5. This noble wish was denied to him but granted to his son Solomon and later this Psalm was penned as a ‘Song of Degrees’ to be sung by the pilgrim Israelite as he travelled to Jerusalem to keep the appointed feasts in the Temple. They sang of God’s choice of Zion to be his dwelling place v13, and of their longing […]