This collection presents the writings of Scottish Baptist minister Archibald M’Lean. M’Lean was influential in the conservative Scottish Baptist movement of 1765, and his essays, sermons, commentaries, and thoughts on doctrine offer valuable insight into the development of theology at that time. You’ll get both volumes of M’Lean’s A Paraphrase and Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews, as well as his thoughts on infant baptism, collected sermons and letters on various subjects, commentaries on the publications of other theologians of the day, and much more.
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- Presents sermons and essays on a variety of topics
- Provides commentary on the writings of M’Lean’s contemporaries
- Offers insight into the Scottish Baptist movement of the late eighteenth century
About Archibald M’Lean
Archibald M’Lean (1723–1812) was a Baptist pastor in Edinburgh, Scotland. Known as one of the founders of the Scottish Baptist movement, M’Lean advocated for doctrinal reform across Scotland.