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John L. Mackay

Professor of Old Testament (1983-2013), Free Church College, Edinburgh


John L. Mackay was the Principal of the Free Church College, Edinburgh where he taught Old Testament from 1983 until his retirement in 2013. He is a highly-respected Old Testament scholar and has authored several well-received commentaries on a range of Biblical books.


Products

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Jeremiah Volume 1 (Chapters 1-20)

Jeremiah Volume 1 (Chapters 1-20)

A Mentor Commentary

~ John L. Mackay

These commentaries have been written with a view to exposition and proclamation. They serve as a guide and stimulation as you seek to understand the book of Jeremiah.... read more


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Jeremiah Volume 2 (Chapters 21-52)

Jeremiah Volume 2 (Chapters 21-52)

A Mentor Commentary

~ John L. Mackay

These commentaries have been written with a view to exposition and proclamation. They serve as a guide and stimulation as you seek to understand the book of Jeremiah.... read more


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Lamentations

Lamentations

A Mentor Commentary

~ John L. Mackay

The five chapters of Lamentations may be easily overlooked. Not only is it brief, but it is also sandwiched between the two giants of Old Testament prophecy, Jeremiah and Ezekiel. Lamentations also deals with realities which we... read more


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Haggai, Zechariah & Malachi

Haggai, Zechariah & Malachi

God's Restored People

~ John L. Mackay

The ministry of Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi is a record of how God deals with people he has restored as they try to translate their basic loyalty to him into practical action. Restoring their temple and the physical trappings... read more


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Endorsements

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Prayer, Praise & Prophecy

Prayer, Praise & Prophecy
This is a volume that is written with reverence, care and clarity, and is a significant addition to evangelical literature on the Psalms.

 

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The Bond of Love

The Bond of Love
This robust restatement of covenant theology is not a backwards looking exercise, but drawing on a comprehensive knowledge of the past the author applies the doctrines and insights of covenant theology to the contemporary scene. He does so in a clear and engaging style, not shirking from dealing with difficulties and controversies, but always focusing matters on the life of the individual and the church.