Fairbairn, Andrew M. (b. 1838)

Fairbairn, Andrew M., able and thoughtful theologian, born in Edinburgh where he also graduated (1839); received the charge of the Evangelical Church at Bathgate, and subsequently studied in Berlin. In 1878 became Principal of the Airedale Congregational College at Bradford; was Muir Lecturer on Comparative Religions in Edinburgh University in 1881-83, and five years later was elected Principal of Mansfield College at Oxford; author of “The Place of Christ in Modern Theology,” and several other scholarly works; (b. 1838).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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