Professor James Cameron: introduction by a late-coming beneficiary
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Mark Elliot’s introduction to this selection of papers from the symposium presents a sketch of James Cameron’s contribution to scholarship as encountered through some of his notable writings. The result is a fascinating tour of Scottish church history in the Reformation era, taking in many of the texts, ideas and personalities that helped shape a church and a nation.
Elliot, M. W. (2012). Professor James Cameron: introduction by a late-coming beneficiary. Theology in Scotland, 19(1), pp. 5-14.
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