Ulster Worldly is a blog about the history of presbyterianism.
I am a deacon in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and an arm-chair church historian. This site started with me making a digital archive of the writings of my grandfather and great grandfather who were PCUS (Southern Presbyterian) missionaries to Korea.
I am fascinated by American religious history broadly, and I am also particularly interested in the presbyterian controversy of the early 20th century.
I have a number of other websites for building up the body of Christ.
The name “Ulster Worldly” is a silly combination of “other worldly” (in recognition that this world is not our home) and Ulster (for the Ulster Plantation in northern Ireland where many of my ancestors came from).