Key impacts of the Reformation in Scotland

The Reformation of 1560 had set out to change how Christianity was practiced in Scotland. It looked to end the excessive wealth and corruption of the Church.

While the Reformation in Scotland did bring the control of the Catholic Church to an end, the Church that replaced it did not succeed in bringing about all the change that had been set out. However, there were definite changes to the social, cultural and economic life of the country.

The social, cultural and economic impact of the Reformation.