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Sooner or later someone is going to mistake "wee wee" for vandalism. While it clearly is a joke nickname (as is "wee frees", but less so), it's a joke that's been in common currency for a long time, certainly isn't vandalism, and fully deserves its mention in the article (The Times, Guardian, Daily Telegraph). -- Finlay McWalter | Talk 21:17, 22 May 2006 (UTC)
I do not think that "Also in November 2010. it was confirmed that the parents of Gianmarco Peshiera, an overseas student who died in a car crash shortly after visiting a Free Church camp in Scotland, were preparing to sue Colegio San Andres school, the school's headmaster and the Free Church of Scotland." is of any permanent or encyclopedic significance in the context of the history of the church, and I have accordingly removed it. DGG ( talk ) 05:21, 16 February 2011 (UTC)
Being sued for what might be not too far away from the equivalent of corporate manslaughter isn't worthy of note? Really? If you say so, Prof. Betsy Cola (talk) 09:30, 18 February 2011 (UTC)
The worship section lists the order of the service, then goes on to say events happen before or after 'the first psalm', 'the second psalm' etc. However psalms are not mentioned in the list above. Can someone clarify? 220.127.116.11 (talk) 07:55, 2 May 2015 (UTC)
Apologies if 'editing' your comment isn't the correct way to reply to it - this is my first! I have I hope fixed this in the entry. The refs to 'psalms' are equivalent to the 'singings of praise', but - as the article goes on to indicate - since 2010 these need not necessarily be psalms. Hope this helps. Iaineditor (talk) 08:55, 19 May 2015 (UTC)
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– In common modern usage the term "Free Church of Scotland" overwhelmingly refers to the current denomination that bears that name. It is the primary topic. The history of the Free Church of Scotland (1843-1900) is important and deserves its own article, especially given the partial mergers that occurred in the 1900. The Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) is not generally referred to as the Free Church of Scotland without qualification. Greenshed (talk) 01:16, 22 February 2016 (UTC)
Do you have any evidence of the claim to the primary topic? StAnselm (talk) 01:43, 22 February 2016 (UTC)
Some evidence can be found in contemporary news sources that use the "Free Church of Scotland" to mean the current denomination without qualification, see:
Oppose. There is huge scope here for confusion between the different bodies which have shared the title, and the selection of one of them as a primary topic serves only to make such errors harder to detect and to correct. As a result, the rename would be a disservice tp0 both readers and editors. --BrownHairedGirl(talk) • (contribs) 15:01, 22 February 2016 (UTC)
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