Campbell, John Mleod, Dd
Campbell, John M'Leod, D.D.
a Scotch clergyman, son of the minister at Kilninver, born May 4, 1800, was presented to the living at Row in 1825, and ordained; deposed in May, 1831, for teaching universal atonement and pardon, also that assurance is necessary to salvation. He continued teaching these doctrines to his followers, first at Kilninver, and afterwards in a chapel at Glasgow until 1859. He died at Roseneath, February 27, 1872. His publications were, Sermons (1831, 2 volumes): — Notes of Sermons: — Speech at the Bar of the Synod (eod.): — Letters on Keeping a Conscience Void of Offence (1834): — Christ the Bread of Life (Edinburgh, 1851): — Atonement (1854): — Nature of the Atonement (1856): — Thoughts on Revelation (1862). See Fasti Eccles. Scoticanae, 2:371; Campbell, Memorials (Lond. 1877).