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Malcolm MacLean

Minister, Greyfriars Free Church of Scotland, Inverness, Scotland


Malcolm Maclean is Minister of Greyfriars Free Church of Scotland in Inverness, Scotland. Prior to that he pastored the Free Church of Scotland in Island of Scalpay in the Western Isles. Malcolm is also the Editor of the Mentor imprint of Christian Focus Publications and blogs here He is the editor of the Monthly Record (Free Church of Scotland)


Products

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The People's Theologian

The People's Theologian

Writings in Honour of Donald Macleod

~ Malcolm MacLean

Donald Macleod's guiding star has always been and remains 'What says the Scripture?' There is no tradition or practice that cannot be re-examined in the light of Scripture. He has constantly reminded us of the great Reformation... read more


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Royal Company

Royal Company

A Devotional on the Song of Solomon

~ Malcolm MacLean

Poetry is the language of love. The Songs of Solomon are no different as we read these beautiful cameos of the intimate relationship between the King and his lover. These were the song of songs which were often sung to God in... read more


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The Lord's Supper

The Lord's Supper

~ Malcolm MacLean

A careful examination of the means and practice of the Lord's supper. Malcolm Maclean seeks to encourage us to focus on the Lord Jesus who is the head as we celebrate the Lord's supper. It includes a foreword by Douglas F. Kelly.... read more


Endorsements

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In the Days of the Kings

In the Days of the Kings
"If I wanted to give a book to someone in my congregation to explain the flow of the Old Testament I would give them this book"

 

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Singing the Songs of Jesus

Singing the Songs of Jesus
"In this short book of 160 pages, we have a good summary of the theology (purpose) of the Psalms. The author provides clear principles for interpreting the Psalms in a Christ-centred way and shows us how we can develop a precious intimacy with the King through ongoing usage of the Psalms. Using them in public worship is a God-given way of exalting King Jesus as we see him fulfil his role as Leader of the praise of God's people."