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IVP Academic Authors

Ranald Macaulay

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Macaulay (M.A., Cambridge University) is principal of the Cambridge Centre for Apologetics, an educational program of Christian Heritage. Formerly he worked with L'Abri Fellowship in England. [Learn More]

Donald Macleod

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Donald Macleod (MA, University of Glasgow; DD, Westminster Theological Seminary), now retired, served as professor and chair of systematic theology at the Free Church of Scotland College in Edinburgh and also as the school's principal. He pastored Kilmallie Free Church for six years and also served at Patrick Highland Free Church, a bi-lingual congregation in Glasgow, Scotland. He is well known as a previous editor of The Monthly Record of the Free Church and as a columnist in the West Highland Free Press and The Observer newspaper. [Learn More]

David C. Mahan

Mahan received his Ph.D. in limnology from Michigan State University. He has formerly served on the faculty of Western Michigan University and as field representative for the Michigan Chapter of the Nature Conservancy. Currently Mahan is associate director of the Au Sable Institute for Environmental Studies in Mancelona, Michigan. [Learn More]

Gregory Maillet

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Gregory Maillet (Ph.D., University of Ottawa) is professor of English at Crandall University in Moncton, Canada. A traditional generalist, he has taught and published on a variety of authors, including Dante, Shakespeare, Coleridge, Longfellow, T. S. Eliot and Tolkien, as well as in fields ranging from Canadian literature to children's literature to theological aesthetics. [Learn More]

Matthew R. Malcolm

Matthew R. Malcolm lectures in Greek and New Testament at Trinity Theological College in Perth, Western Australia. He is the author of The World of 1 Corinthians and previously coedited (with Stanley Porter) Horizons in Hermeneutics. [Learn More]

R. Zachary Manis

R. Zachary Manis (Ph.D., Baylor University) is assistant professor of philosophy at Southwest Baptist University. [Learn More]

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