Crown & Covenant Trilogy Complete Study Guide

Crown & Covenant Trilogy Complete Study Guide

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"Douglas Bond has introduced a new generation to the heroics of the Scottish Covenanters, and he has done it in a delightful way. A gripping tale full of action, purpose, principle, and character." Ligon Duncan, Chancellor/CEO of Reformed Theological Seminary and the John E. Richards Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology.


The Crown & Covenant Trilogy is set in 17th century Scotland during the Scottish struggle for religious freedom in the same century as our Pilgrim Fathers fled to The New World for religious freedom. The Scottish Covenanters were the Christians in the generations after Jon Knox and the Reformation that swept across Scotland, transforming hearts and minds by the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The Covenanters were contemporaries of John Bunyan, struggling for the same religious liberties. This study guide (107 pages of curriculum) would be a helpful aid in a unit study on the 17th century in Britain. 

Study Guide Contents:

  • Duncan's War Study Guide (page numbers for answers)
  • Map of Scotland (blank) and geography questions
  • King's Arrow Study Guide (page numbers for answers)
  • Rebel's Keep Study Guide (page numbers for answers)
  • Map of Scotland (blank) and geography questions
  • Map of Scotland (blank) and geography questions
  • Three selected letters of Samuel Rutherford to young men and study questions.
  • Excerpt from Lex Rex on armed resistance by Samuel Rutherford. Essay questions.
  • Map of England (blank) and geography questions.
  • Symbolism in Crown and Covenant Books 
  • Vocabulary bowl quiz Rebel’s Keep 
  • Vocabulary bowl quiz King’s Arrow 
  • Letter from Future Men Reading Club: helpful Book Club ideas on reading and studying Rebel's Keep

For a more in-depth understanding of the theology of the Covenanters:

  • Historical summary of Westminster Assembly
  • Westminster Shorter Catechism
  • Westminster Confession of Faith and suggested study approach with essay questions.
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