Donald Macpherson Baillie
b. 1887 – d. 1954 • Theologian
Encyclopedia of the Reformed Faith
Baillie, Donald MacPherson
Baillie, Donald MacPherson (1887–1954)Preacher, theologian, and ecumenical statesman, Baillie taught systematic theology at St. Andrews, Scotland (from 1934). His God Was in Christ (1948) won international acclaim, particularly for its imaginative use of the Pauline “paradox of grace” (1 Cor. 15:10)
The Dictionary of Historical Theology
Baillie, Donald Macpherson (1887–1954)
Baillie, Donald Macpherson (1887–1954)Donald Baillie was the son of a minister of the Free Church of Scotland who died when Donald was only three years old. His elder brother was the theologian *John Baillie. Donald was brought up by his mother in an atmosphere of Calvinistic piety and attended school
The Westminster Dictionary of Theologians
Baillie, Donald Mac
Baillie, Donald Mac (1887–1954). Professor of systematic theology at the University of Saint Andrews in Scotland, his nation of origin. Together with his brother John ⇒Baillie, during the first half of the twentieth century he was part of a movement called “the theology of reconstruction,” which was
New Dictionary of Theology: Historical and Systematic
Baillie, Donald Macpherson (1887–1954)
BAILLIE, DONALD MACPHERSON (1887–1954)Donald Baillie was born at Gairloch, Ross-shire, where his father was a minister of the Free Church of Scotland; he was the younger brother of John *Baillie. He graduated in philosophy at Edinburgh, before studying for the ministry of the United Free Church of Scotland
Who’s Who in Christian History
Baillie, Donald Macpherson
BAILLIE, DONALD MACPHERSON (1877–1954)Scottish theologian, preacher, and ecumenist; elder brother of John BaillieBorn at Ross-shire, Baillie was educated at Edinburgh, Marburg, and Heidelberg universities. For sixteen years he served three Scottish parishes (Inverbervie, Cupar, and Kilmacolm) as minister.