James S. Stewart
James S. Stewart, Professor, (1896 – 1990) Stewart earned a first-class degree in classics at the University of St. Andrews. He studied for the ministry at New College, Edinburgh, and then did post-graduate work at the University of Bonn. In 1946, Stewart was appointed Professor of New Testament Language, Literature and Theology in the University of Edinburgh, a post which he held for two decades until his retirement in 1966. His books include Life and Teaching of Jesus Christ (1934), A Man in Christ: the Vital Elements of Paul’s Religion (1935), Heralds of God (1946; later reprinted as Teach Yourself Preaching), and A Faith to Proclaim.
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