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James Denney
b. 1856 – d. 1917 • Scholar • Theologian
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The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Denney, James
Denney, James (1856–1917), Scottish *Free Church theologian. Educated at Glasgow University and Glasgow Free Church College, he was made minister of East Free Church, Broughty Ferry, in 1886. From 1897 till his death he taught theology at the Glasgow Free Church College. In his later years he became
Encyclopedia of the Reformed Faith
Denney, James
Denney, James (1856–1917)Influential Scottish Reformed Leader born in Paisley and a graduate of the University of Glasgow (1879). A member of the small Reformed Presbyterian Church, Denney studied theology at the Free Church College in; Glasgow. Following three years in inner-city mission work, he served
The Dictionary of Historical Theology
Denney, James (1856–1917)
Denney, James (1856–1917)James Denney was born in Paisley, brought up in Greenock, and attended university in Glasgow (where he gained a double first in classics and philosophy). He studied for the ministry of the Free Church in the Glasgow College of his denomination. Only after his course did he move
The Thiselton Companion to Christian Theology
Denney, James
Denney, JamesJames Denney (1856–1917) was educated at Glasgow University and Glasgow Free Church College, and later taught theology at the latter. He moved from a more liberal to an evangelical persuasion, and his book The Death of Christ (1902) became a classic for his exposition of a substitutionary
New Dictionary of Theology: Historical and Systematic
Denney, James (1856–1917)
DENNEY, JAMES (1856–1917)James Denney was born in Paisley, educated at Glasgow University and Free Church College, and became minister of East Free Church, Broughty Ferry (1886–97), before being appointed first to the chair of systematic theology (1897), then NT language, literature and theology (1900),
Who’s Who in Christian History
Denney, James
Denney, James (1856–1917)Scottish Biblical theologian and New Testament scholarBorn in Paisley, Denney was educated in arts at Glasgow University and in theology at the Free Church College in the same city. Ordained in 1886, he served for eleven years as minister of the East Free Church, Broughty Ferry,