The Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church of Ireland is a small denomination but one that has sometimes exercised influence beyond its size. It has an important place within the history of Irish Presbyterianism and represents a stream of liberal thought and activity that extends over nearly three hundred years.
I have started this blog partly because a lot of people have recently expressed an interest in the history of the denomination and also because it is important to publically express the identity and ethos of the denomination, something which is often misunderstood or sometimes ignored at the present time.
The centre piece of this blog will be the five papers covering the history of the denomination in terms of the main turning points but I will add other papers and articles from time to time.
For more articles on NSPCI history and other topics, some of them closely allied to Irish Non-Subscription, I would direct the reader to my main site: