Arguably the leading Scottish theologian of the nineteenth century, John McLeod Campbell's theology is much criticized and often misunderstood. Previous accounts have tended to overlook both his sermons and his Christology. This reassessment of his thought breaks new ground by offering a detailed study of his sermons and by identifying the distinctive Christology which contributes to a clearer understanding of his doctrine of atonement. Drawing upon the full range of Campbell's work, God in our Nature brings to light a trinitarian theologian whose pilgrimage represents a journey within evangelicalism rather than a departure from the evangelical fold.
|Publisher:||Wipf & Stock Publishers|
|Series:||Studies in Evangelical History and Thought Series|
|Product dimensions:||(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)|
About the Author
As Director of Training at Spurgeon's College in London, Peter Stevenson works closely with students preparing for various forms of Christian ministry. Before joining the staff of Spurgeon's in 1995 he had served for seventeen years as a Baptist minister in Bedford, Shirley (Solihull), and in London.