McLean had served in an effective and fruitful pastoral ministry for nearly forty-five years. . . .After his lifetime, the majority of Scotch Baptists would draw closer to other Calvinistic Baptists in Scotland and unite first for the purposes of home mission and then in a wider Baptist Union of Scotland in 1827. It is, though, abundantly clear that amongst Scotch Baptists there was no other figure that was comparable to McLean as a pastor, church leader, and scholar. --Brian Talbot
We are scheduled to receive the book from the printers next week!