Tulloch, John, Dd, Lld
Tulloch, John, D.D., LL.D.
a minister of the Church of Scotland, was born in Perthshire, June 1, 1823. He was educated at St. Andrews and Edinburgh; became parish minister of Dundee in 1845; of Kettins, in Forfarshire, in 1849; and on the death of principal Haldane; in 1854, became principal of St. Mary's College, University of St. Andrews. In 1855 he received the Burnett prize of £600 for an essay on The Being and Attributes of God, which was published under the title Theism. In 1856 he was appointed one of the examiners of the Dick bequest. In 1858 he formally opened the Scotch Presbyterian Church in Paris; in 1859 he was appointed one of her majesty's chaplains for Scotland; in 1862 became deputy clerk of the General Assembly, and in 1875 clerk; in 1878 was elected moderator. He died February 13, 1885. Besides the prize essay, Dr. Tulloch was author of Leaders of the Reformation (1859): — English Puritanism and its Leaders (1861): — Beginning Life (1862): — The Christ of the Gospels and the Christ of Modern Criticism (1864): — Rational Theology and Christian Philosophy (1872, 2 volumes): — Facts of Religion and Life (1876): — Pascal (1876): — The Christian Doctrine of Sin (1877): — Modern Theories in Philosophy and Religion (1884): — Movements of Religious Thought in Britain during the Nineteenth Century (1885).