For Christ And Covenant
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Archibald Johnston was one of mid-seventeenth-century Scotland’s most influential religious and political figures. A talented and godly young lawyer, he joined the resistance to the ecclesiastical innovations of Charles I and emerged first as a leader among the reformers and later as a member of Cromwell’s government. Though a minority honoured him as a sincere, fervent seeker of God, by 1660 Johnston found himself the object of widespread hatred and indignation, which facilitated his subsequent execution in Edinburgh at the behest of Charles II. Through excerpts from Johnston’s diaries and speeches, we are given a window into his walk with God and the struggles of his inner life.?