"Everything Douglas Bond writes is a fascinating read." Joel Belz, WORLD Magazine
Friday, April 4, 2014
Alexander Henderson: Roots of US constitution
Henderson was at first more favorable toward episcopal church government (king head of church) but was won over to the Reformed view. Made minister of the parish of Leuchars (unaltered Romanesque 11th c) while still a kings man, the locals locked the church to keep him out. Henderson broke a window and climbed in. While hearing a sermon on the thief and robber who climbed in another way, he converted to Presbyterianism.
Douglas Bond, author of more than 25 books, is husband of Cheryl, father of six, and grandfather of two. He is director of the Oxford Creative Writing Master Class, a ruling elder in the PCA, a speaker at conferences, and a leader of Church history tours in Europe.