Hugh Ross Mackintosh

1870-1936. Scottish theologian. Born in Paisley, he was educated at the universities of Edinburgh, Freiburg, Halle, and Marburg, and ordained to the ministry of the Free Church of Scotland* in 1897. He served parishes in Tayport and Aberdeen before appointment as professor of systematic theology at New College, Edinburgh (1904-36). He was moderator of the general assembly of the Church of Scotland in 1932. Mackintosh, who had a wide grasp of the teaching of German theologians, was regarded as a liberal evangelical. His works include The Doctrine of the Person of Jesus Christ (1912), The Christian Experience of Forgiveness (1927), and Types of Modern Theology (1937).