David Brown (Free Church of Scotland)

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To be distinguished from David Brown (theologian) (b. 1948)

David Brown (17 August 1803 in Aberdeen – 3 July 1897 in Aberdeen) was a Free Church of Scotland minister at St. James, Glasgow, and professor of theology at Free Church College of the University of Aberdeen.[1] He was co-author of the Jamieson-Fausset-Brown Commentary (1871) with Robert Jamieson, St. Paul's, Glasgow and the Rev. A. R. Fausset, St. Cuthbert's, York, England. He was a director of the National Bible Society of Scotland, and the Evangelical Alliance, and the Alliance of the Reformed Churches.

Family[edit]

David Brown M.A. D.D. married Catherine Dyce on the 25 Feb 1836 at Saint Nicholas's Church, Aberdeen, Scotland.[2] Their eldest daughter, Margaret Dyce Brown, married Sir David Stewart Lord Provost of Aberdeen from 1889 to 1894.

Works[edit]

  • Christ's Second Coming: Will it be Premillenial? Edinburgh, 1846.
  • Crushed Hopes Crowned in Death, in memory of his son, Alexander Brown, (d. 1860) London, 1861.[3]
  • The Restoration of the Jews: the History, Principles, and Bearings of the Question Edinburgh, 1861.
  • Life of the late John Duncan (1796–1870), 1872.
  • The Apocalypse: its structure and primary predictions London, 1891.
  • Gospels, Acts of the Apostles, and Epistle to the Romans in R. Jamieson and A. R. Fausset Commentary, Critical, Experimental, and Practical, on the Old and New Testaments 6 vols. Glasgow, 1864–70.
  • Commentary on the Epistles to the Corinthians in Philip Schaff Popular Commentary on the New Testament, 1882.
  • Epistle to the Romans Dods and Whyte's Handbooks for Bible Classes, Edinburgh, 1883.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.ccel.org/browse/authorInfo?id=brown_d
  2. ^ https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XTJX-5JG
  3. ^ Crushed Hopes Crowned in Death the Last Days of Alexander Brown, Bengal Civil Service, who died at sea, on his way home January 2, 1860