Presbyterians of the Past Has Moved

For close to two years, we have been privileged to have Barry Waugh writing short biographies on various Presbyterians in church history. Some have been well-known, others have been forgotten. In any case, the biographies have been a welcome reminder of the impact many of these figures have had on the Church. The Lord uses a wide variety of servants to accomplish his work. Moving forward, the Presbyterians of the Past series has moved to its own website. We will continue to host the biographies that have already been posted on ReformedForum.org, but to stay current with the series, please visit presbyteriansofthepast.com and be sure to subscribe to the RSS feed. I want to thank Dr. Waugh publicly for his service to us, and we pray that the new site and his writings will continue to bless the church.


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