Author:John Tulloch

John Tulloch
(1823–1886)
Scottish theologian
John Tulloch

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  • Theism: the witness of reason and nature to an all-wise and beneficent Creator (1855)
  • Leaders of the reformation: Luther, Calvin, Latimer, Knox (1859)
  • Beginning Life (1860)
  • English puritanism and its leaders: Cromwell, Milton, Baxter, Bunyan (1861)
  • The Christ of the Gospels and the Christ of modern criticism: lectures on M. Renan's Vie de Jésus (1865)
  • Rational theology and Christian philosophy in England in the seventeenth century (1872), in 2 vols.
  • The Christian doctrine of sin (1875)
  • Some facts of religion and of life: sermons preached before her Majesty the Queen in Scotland, 1866-76 (1877)
  • Pascal, 1878 external source
  • How to succeed in life, a book for young people (1879)
  • Literary and Intellectual Revival of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century (1883)
  • Modern theories in philosophy and religion (1884)
  • Movements of religious thought in Britain during the nineteenth century: being the fifth series of St. Giles' Lectures (1885)

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