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Defending and Declaring The Faith: Some Scottish Examples, 1869-1920
     

Defending and Declaring The Faith: Some Scottish Examples, 1869-1920

by Alan P.F. Sell
 

Between 1860-1920 a number of distinguished Scottish theologians grappled with the problems of reconciling a biblical faith with current philosophical and theological trends. Alan Sell has selected eight of these: John Kennedy of Dingwall (1819-1884); Robert Flint (1838-1910); John Caird (1820-1898); A. B. Bruce (1831-1899); James Iverach (1839-1922); James Orr

Overview

Between 1860-1920 a number of distinguished Scottish theologians grappled with the problems of reconciling a biblical faith with current philosophical and theological trends. Alan Sell has selected eight of these: John Kennedy of Dingwall (1819-1884); Robert Flint (1838-1910); John Caird (1820-1898); A. B. Bruce (1831-1899); James Iverach (1839-1922); James Orr (1844-1913); D. W. Forrest (1856-1918); and James Denney (1856-1917).

The book is not only of historical interest; many of the issues confronted by these scholars are also of contemporary interest.

Professor James Torrance comments: 'This study is invaluable in keeping alive the authentic tradition that Scotland has produced great theologians, . . . but perhaps supremely in the period covered by this eminently readable book.'

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781620324424
Publisher:
Authentic Media
Publication date:
09/01/2012
Pages:
280
Product dimensions:
5.30(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Alan P. F. Sell, a philosopher-theologian and ecumenist, is employed in research, writing, and lecturing in the United Kingdom and abroad. He has held academic posts in England, Canada, and Wales, and ecclesiastical posts in England and Geneva. He is the author or editor of over thirty books, of which the most recent are Convinced, Concise and Christian: The Thought of Huw Parri Owen/\ (Pickwick, 2012) and Christ and Controversy: The Person of Christ in Nonconformist Thought and Ecclesial Experience (Pickwick, 2012).

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