MacLean Gilmour

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Samuel MacLean Gilmour was a New Testament scholar and professor at Queen's Theological College.[1][2]

Works[edit]

Thesis[edit]

  • Gilmour, S. MacLean (1928). The Missionary Idea in the Old Testament (B.D.). New York, NY: Union Theological Seminary. OCLC 505316622.
  • ——— (1937). The Rise of Church Consciousness Among Early Christians (Ph.D.). New York, NY: Union Theological Seminary. OCLC 12362864.

Books[edit]

Chapters[edit]

  • ——— (1971). "The Revelation of John". The Interpreter's One-Volume Commentary on the Bible: Introduction and Commentary for Each Book of the Bible Including the Apocrypha; with General Articles. pp. 945–968.

Selected journal articles[edit]

  • ——— (July 1938). "Church consciousness in the letters of Paul". The Journal of Religion. 18 (3): 289–302.
  • ——— (1945). "Paul and the primitive church". The Journal of Religion. 25 (2): 119–128.
  • ——— (January 1947). "Interpreting the Sermon on the Mount". Crozer Quarterly. XXIV (1): 47–56.
  • ——— (1948). "A Critical Re-examination of Proto-Luke". Journal of Biblical Literature: 143–152.
  • ——— (1953). "The Kingdom and the Church". Union Seminary Magazine. 7 (1): 26–33.
  • ——— (1961). "The Christophany to more than five hundred brethren". Journal of Biblical Literature: 248–252.
  • ——— (1962). "Easter and Pentecost". Journal of Biblical Literature: 62–66.

Translation[edit]

  • Windisch, Hans (1950). The Meaning of the Sermon on the Mount. A contribution to the historical understanding of the Gospels and to the problem of their true exegesis. Translated by Gilmour, S. MacLean.
  • Bultmann, Rudolf (July 1955). Translated by Gilmour, S. MacLean. "The Transformation of the Idea of the Church in the History of Early Christianity". Canadian Journal of Theology. 1 (2): 73–81.
  • Kümmel, Werner Georg (1978). The New Testament: the history of the investigation of its problems. New Testament Library. Translated by Gilmour, S. MacLean; Kee, Howard Clark. London: SCM Press. ISBN 9780334010937. OCLC 638496506. - translation of the 1972 German title.

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