Flint, Robert (b. 1838)

Flint, Robert, a theologian, born in Dumfriesshire; professor of Divinity in Edinburgh University; an eminent scholar, a vigorous thinker, and a man of broad sympathies, who takes a deep interest in all the vital questions of the times, and has contributed to the solution of them; has written on Theism, the Philosophy of History, Socialism, &c.; (b. 1838).

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

Flint * Floating Islands
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