In this volume, James Morison tackles Romans 6, giving special attention to Paul’s teaching on sanctification. He sets out to give a “practical” exposition, which he defines as “Scripture Explication . . . the unfolding and exposing to view of the thoughts which had been infolded into the origination of the sacred text.” He proceeds in a manner that is easy to understand, while still giving thorough attention to the nuances of the text, including exposition on original Greek phrases when necessary.
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James Morison (1816–1893) was born in Bathgate, Linlithgowshire, and educated at Edinburgh University. He started training for ministry under John Brown in the United Secession Church, and was ordained in 1840. Theological differences led Morison to found the Scottish Evangelical Union, as well as a theological academy, established in 1843. He held the chair of exegetical theology and remained principal until his death.