Act, Declaration and Testimony, for the Whole of our Covenanted Reformation, as Attained to, and Established in, Britain and Ireland; Particularly Betwixt the Years 1638 and 1649, Inclusive. As, Also, Against All the Steps of Defection From Said Reformation, Whether in Former or Later Times, Since the Overthrow of that Glorious Work, Down to this Present Day.-1761-Reformed Presbytery, of Scotland, Ireland and America.-This is the Judicial Testimony emitted by the Reformed Presbytery wherein a number of controverted principles are asserted with special emphasis upon the doctrine of the civil magistrate and their controversy with the Seceders over this teaching. The American church abandoned this testimony in 1806; the Scottish church in 1839; the Irish church sometime later. Under the leadership of Robert Lusk and David Steele, this Testimony was restored to its position amongst adherents of the Reformed Presbytery (“Steelite”).
Terms of Christian and Ministerial Communion.-1761-Reformed Presbytery, of Scotland, Ireland and America.-These are the terms of communion as they were adopted by the Reformed Presbytery, in 1761. The American church abandoned them in 1806; the Scottish church in 1822; the Irish church later.
A Short Directory for Religious Societies, Drawn up by Appointment of the Reformed Presbytery, for the Particular Use of the Several Societies of Christian People Under their Inspection, at the Desire of the Said Societies, and Addressed to them.-1772-Reformed Presbytery of Scotland.-Here is a faithful copy of the original directions for society, or fellowship, meetings. It contains directions for governing the meeting together with guidance on the qualifications of constituent members and appropriate topics of discussion.
The Constitution of the Associate Reformed Synod in America Considered, Disowned and Testifyed Against.-1787-Reformed Presbytery, Scotland.-This is the Presbytery’s response to the news of the defection of several ministers into a merger between ministers of the Reformed Presbytery and Associate Presbyterian communions. Abandoning principles, this “union” left three or four bodies where there had been two.
Testimony and Warning Against Socinian and Unitarian Errors.-1793-Reformed Presbytery, of Scotland.-This is a testimony, largely the work of Archibald Mason, designed to refute the errors of Socinians and Unitarians while giving a full exposition to the doctrine of the Holy Trinity in its several relations.
A Testimony and Warning Against Some Prevailing Sins and Immoralities: Addressed to Christians in General.-1805-Reformed Presbytery, of Scotland.-One of several occasional testimonies emitted by the Reformed Presbytery, this bears witness against the big three prevailing sins-theater attendance, dancing and dicing-as well as many other immoral practices which all Christians ought to shun.
An Explanation and Defense of the Terms of Communion.-1806-John Reid II.-A discussion of why the church needs to have terms of communion together with a defense of the terms of communion adopted by the Reformed Presbyterian church. This was written and issued as an official production of the presbytery.
A Short Account of the Old Presbyterian Dissenters.-1806-John Reid II.-This is a second work commissioned by the Reformed Presbytery, of Scotland, and intended to be introductory to the history and distinctive practice of Covenanters.
Address to the Reformed Presbyterians and other Christians in British America.-1834-Reformed Presbyterian Church, of Scotland.-An address of counsel for those who are scattered and dispersed without any regular access to faithful ministry. These are some of the concerns that should be studied in your relative isolation in order to maintain and promote true religion.
Lectures on the Principles of the Second Reformation.-1841-The Reformed Presbyterian Church, of Scotland.-A course of lectures which seeks to take up every distinctive position maintained by the RP church. This volume represents a reasonable overview of doctrines related to the Mediatorial reign of Christ and public social covenanting.