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Thomas Erskine

(1788—1870) theologian and advocate


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(1788–1870),

Scottish religious thinker. He developed liberal views, finding the meaning of Christianity mainly in its conformity with people's spiritual and ethical needs. In 1831 he championed J. McLeod Campbell after his deposition by the General Assembly for teaching the universal atonement.

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