John Brown

John Brown (July 12, 1784 – October 13, 1858), a Scottish divine, studied at Edinburgh and the divinity hall of the Burgher Church at Selkirk and was licensed in 1805 and ordained minister of the Burgher Church of Biggar, Lanarkshire in 1806. After serving several more pastorates he became professor of exegetical theology to the United Associate Synod after 1834. He was strongly in favor of the separation of church and state and in 1845 was tried (and acquitted) before the synod on a charge of holding unsound views concerning the atonement.

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Human Authority in Religion Condemned

By: John Brown

Volume 9, Number 42 (October 14, 2007, to October 20, 2007)

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Topics: Church and Sacraments

The Resurrection

By: John Brown

Volume 9, Number 26 (June 24, 2007, to June 30, 2007)

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Topics: Holy Spirit

The Giving of the Law

By: John Brown

Part I

Volume 13, Number 45 (11/6/2011, to 11/12/2011)

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Topics: PentateuchGodMan

The Giving of the Law

By: John Brown

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Volume 13, Number 46 (11/13/2011, to 11/19/2011)

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Topics: PentateuchBiblical TheologyPhilosophy

The Giving of the Law

By: John Brown

Part 3

Volume 13, Number 47 (11/20/2011, to 11/26/2011)

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Topics: PentateuchChristBiblical Theology

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