Christ the Mediator
The five chapters of this book deal with what is central in Christian faith. They relate to the nature of the Person of Christ as the God-man, and the work that He accomplished to save sinners. The author takes us expertly through the doctrine of Christ as Mediator, who has made an effective atonement for those who come to faith in Him as Saviour and Lord. In brief compass fundamental Christian truths are unfolded and expounded. This is an important work of evangelical and Reformed theology.
About the Author
The Rev. John Morrison, a native of Scalpay (Harris), served pastorates in the Free Church of Scotland at Fort William (Argyle), Shawbost (Isle of Lewis), and Kilmuir and Stenscholl (Isle of Skye) between 1975 and 2000.
At the division of the Free Church in 2000, Mr Morrison adhered to what became known as the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing). He continued to serve as minister in Kilmuir and Stenscholl, until his retirement in 2010. Mr Morrison also served as lecturer in Systematic Theology at the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) seminary between 2003 and 2017.
With his wife Agnes, he lives in retirement in Kirkhill near Inverness, John and Agnes have a married daughter and two grandchildren
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