Answers to the games will appear in the next issue
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Kilt, noun. - a costume sometimes worn by Scotsmen in America and Americans in Scotland.
The original inhabitants of Scotland were what would now be called heathens or pagans depending on how you define these terms,. For some heathens do not know about the religions of the children of Abraham while Pagans do, but are not adherents.
At any rate, Christianity arrives in Scotland with an Irish abbot named Columba (7 December 521 – 9 June 597). So here are a few questions for you about religion in Scotland1. The earliest establishment of Christianity in Scotland occurs in about 400 CE. To what saint is it attributed?
2. In what "often the beaten path" place did Columba build a famous abbey
3. During the 16th Century, Scotland underwent the Protestant reformation and followed the teachings of a specific form of Protestantism. Whose followings were they?
4. The attempts to bring “Bonnie Prince Charlie” o the throne would have made the monarch a member of what form of Christianity?
5.What is the largest denomination after the church of Scotland?
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So how is your Scottish folklore? Like much folklore, it is not restricted to one country. There are many supernatural beings in Scotland that can be found in other Celtic countries and may also be found in Scandinavia and Germany
1. A shape-shifting water spirit that inhabits the lochs and other bodies of water in Scotland. It has usually been described as appearing as a horse, but is able to adopt human form. What is the creature called?