Biblical Presbyterian Presbyteries

Even as late as the eighth century, as Sir Winston Churchill points out, it was Alcuin of York who was the chief adviser of the Continental Emperor Charles the Great.  Also Möller observes that Alcuin was a worthy repre-sentative of Celto-Culdee learning on Anglo-Saxon ground.

Alcuin gave discourses on the Trinity (Whom he said governs the trivium of grammar and rhetoric and dialectic), and Who further operates through the fullness of creation (north and south and east and west) as reflected in the quadrivium of arithmetic and geometry and astronomy and music. Alcuin also held that Christ Himself is the Master of the Academy, and that the above-mentioned ‘seven arts' are an introduction