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Letters of James Denney to W. Robertson Nicoll 1893–1917
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Letters of James Denney to W. Robertson Nicoll 1893–1917


Hodder and Stoughton 1920

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These letters, saved by William Robertson Nicoll himself and published after James Denney’s death, touch on the subjects of which Denney himself was very fond: the atonement of Christ, movements within the United Free Church of Scotland, social reform, and, most of all, the Great War. Written by Denney for his close friend Nicoll, these letters expose Denney’s keen mind and hopeful heart.

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Key Features

  • Presents a compilation of letters written by James Denney to his close friend
  • Discusses relevant Scripture passages
  • Attempts to challenge the minds of readers

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About James Denney

James Denney (1856–1917) was a Scottish theologian and preacher in the Free Church of Scotland. In 1897, he was appointed professor of systematic theology at Free Church College in Glasgow, and in 1915, he was appointed principal of the college. Among his publications and works are 2 Corinthians and 1 & 2 Thessalonians in the Expositor’s Bible, as well as the Expositor’s Greek Testament commentary on Romans.