Reformed theology in Scotland
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Marking the legacy of the Reformation, Donald Macleod undertakes a survey of the Scottish Reformed theological tradition. While this is a wide field abounding with complex issues and fascinating personalities, he expertly guides us through it by focusing on the issues of Christology, the atonement, the doctrine of the Church, the notion of spiritual independence, and the relation of Christianity and science as understood theologically.
Macleod, D. (2010). Reformed theology in Scotland. Theology in Scotland, 17(2), pp. 5-31.
Theology in Scotland
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