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Alexander Balmain Bruce
b. January 31, 1831 – d. August 7, 1899 • Theologian
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The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Bruce, Alexander Balmain
Bruce, Alexander Balmain (1831–99), Scottish divine. Educated at Edinburgh University, he entered the Free Church ministry, and in 1875 was appointed professor in the Free Church Hall at Glasgow. He is chiefly remembered as an exponent of the ‘*kenotic theory’, esp. in The Humiliation of Christ (1876).
The Dictionary of Historical Theology
Bruce, Alexander Balmain (1831–99)
Bruce, Alexander Balmain (1831–99)Free Church of Scotland theologian, born at Aberargie, Perthshire, and educated in Edinburgh at the university and at New College. Following assistantships at Ancrum and Lockwinnock he ministered at Cardross (1859–68) and Broughty Ferry (1868–75). From 1875 until his
Who’s Who in Christian History
Bruce, Alexander Balmain
Bruce, Alexander Balmain (1831–1899)Scottish theologianSon of a Perthshire farmer who had left the Church of Scotland and joined the Free Church, Bruce was educated at the university and the Free Church Divinity College in Edinburgh. He ministered at Cardross (1859–1868) and Broughty Ferry (1868–1875),