John McLeod Campbell
b. May 4, 1800 – d. February 27, 1872 • Reformed • Theologian
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Campbell, John McLeod
Campbell, John McLeod (1800–72), Scottish theologian. Educated at Glasgow and Edinburgh, he was appointed in 1825 to the cure of Row (now Rhu) in Strathclyde. Here, in 1826, he became convinced of the doctrine of ‘assurance of faith’, which, in conjunction with his belief in the universality of the Atonement,
Encyclopedia of the Reformed Faith
Campbell, John McLeod
Campbell, John McLeod (1800–1872)Minister of the established Church of Scotland. After education at Glasgow and Edinburgh, Campbell became minister of the Rhu parish where he was intent on “awakening” his people to an “enjoyment” of God. Soon, however, he was opposed by colleagues, who with a group
The Dictionary of Historical Theology
Campbell, John McLeod (1800–72)
Campbell, John McLeod (1800–72)Minister in the established Church of Scotland and theologian, Campbell was born at Armaddy House, near Kilninver, Scotland, on 4 May 1800. He was the eldest son of the Reverend Donald and Mary Campbell. His father, who served as the minister for both Kilninver and Kilmeford
The Westminster Dictionary of Theologians
Campbell, John McLeod
Campbell, John McLeod (1800–72). Scottish Calvinist whom other Calvinists regarded as a heretic. He was born in Kilninver, near Glasgow, son of a Presbyterian pastor. He studied in Glasgow and Edinburgh. In 1826 he contradicted orthodox Calvinism by rejecting the doctrine of limited atonement (⇒Dort).
New Dictionary of Theology: Historical and Systematic
Campbell, John Mcleod (1800–72)
CAMPBELL, JOHN MCLEOD (1800–72)The theology of John McLeod Campbell provokes contrasting reactions. Central to the debate is his soteriology, outlined in The Nature of the Atonement, which must be interpreted within the wider context of his life and theology.John McLeod Campbell was born in May 1800,
Who’s Who in Christian History
Campbell, John Mcleod
Campbell, John Mcleod (1800–1872)Scottish theologian famous for his interpretation of the AtonementEducated at Glasgow and Edinburgh universities, Campbell became a minister of the Church of Scotland and in 1825 took the parish of Row on the Gareloch, west of Glasgow. His views of the assurance of