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Thomas W. Gillespie,Wallace M. Jr. Alston
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Eerdmans Pub Co; First Edition, First Printing edition (January 1, 2000)
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Seminary President Thomas W. Gillespie - the nature and role of Christian theology as servant of the church.

This volume celebrates and extends a theme central to the work of Princeton Seminary President Thomas W. Twenty-five contributing scholars approach this theme in strikingly original ways, offering diverse and ecumenically minded essays that make both a fitting tribute to Gillespie's legacy and This volume celebrates and extends a theme central to the work of Princeton Seminary President Thomas W.

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Thomas Gillespie (December 13, 1719 – December 15, 1786) was a large plantation owner in mid-to-late 18th-century North Carolina and served as commissary of the Rowan County Regiment in the North Carolina militia during the American Revolution

Thomas Gillespie (December 13, 1719 – December 15, 1786) was a large plantation owner in mid-to-late 18th-century North Carolina and served as commissary of the Rowan County Regiment in the North Carolina militia during the American Revolution.

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Rev George Gillespie (21 January 1613 – 17 December 1648) was a Scottish theologian. His father was John Gillespie, minister of Kirkcaldy. He studied at St Andrews University, and is said to have graduated . 1629, though the date is probably that. 1629, though the date is probably that on which he entered the University. He became bursar of the Presbytery of Kirkcaldy. He became chaplain to John Viscount Kenmure; to John, Earl of Cassilis, and tutor to his son, James, Lord Kennedy. He was ordained to Wemyss on 26 April 1638.

First-rank scholars explore the role of theology in church life.

This volume celebrates and extends a theme central to the work of Princeton Seminary President Thomas W. Gillespie—the nature and role of Christian theology as servant of the church. Twenty-five contributing scholars approach this theme in strikingly original ways, offering diverse and ecumenically minded essays that make both a fitting tribute to Gillespie’s legacy and a substantial contribution to theological inquiry in their own right.