Donald John Maclean's Posts

Donald John Maclean's Posts

Donald John Maclean uses James Durham's advice "on reading" to help us sort out what kinds of literature we should occupy our time on.
Donald John Maclean concludes his series on John Knox's theology of the Lord's Supper with several practical points.
Donald John Maclean continues his series on John Knox's theology of the Lord's Supper with a post on Knox's view of the Roman Catholic "Mass."
Donald John Maclean concludes his series on the theology of the Lord's Supper in John Knox with a post about its participants.
With so many debates about how Christ is present in the Lord's Supper or how often we ought to celebrate it, how often have you thought of how it benefits you? Donald John Maclean takes up this theme in John Knox's theology of the Lord's Supper.
Donald John Maclean continues part 3 of his series on John Knox and the Lord's Supper, with a look at it's importance and the issue of Christ's presence.
Donald John Maclean continues part 2 of his series on John Knox and the Lord's Supper, with a survey of the reformation of worship in the sixteenth century.
Donald John Maclean begins a series on the theology of the Lord's Supper in the theology of John Knox.
"Reprobation;" it's a word that conjures the worst feelings. In his fourth and final installment on John Knox's doctrine of predestination, Donald John Maclean explains Knox's view.
In part 3 of his series on John Knox and predestination, Donald John Maclean explains Knox's view of the "positive" side of predestination: election.