Remember your leaders. Consider the outcome of their way of life and imitate their faith’ by Rhys Bezzant Leon Morris wrote copiously on the doctrine of the atonement in the course of his ministry at Ridley College. One of his last books was called “The Cross of Jesus,” in which he highlighted themes about the Read more
by Maureen Yeung Marshall ‘Remember your leaders. Consider the outcome of their way of life and imitate their faith’ What were the NT authorities in the 1980s we young Chinese theological students in Hong Kong consulted whenever we faced difficulties in interpreting a biblical text? Leon Morris, F. F. Bruce and Donald Guthrie – these Read more
by Andreas Kӧstenberger ‘Remember your leaders. Consider the outcome of their way of life and imitate their faith’ In my own personal pilgrimage as a scholar, Leon Morris played a significant role. As a student of D. A. Carson, researching and writing on John’s Gospel, there were many times when I turned to Leon Morris’s Read more
by Murray Seiffert.
One of Leon Morris’s great visions has not received the attention it deserved: Ridley College would become a university college of the University of Melbourne at the beginning of 1966.
‘Remember your leaders. Consider the outcome of their way of life and imitate their faith’ by Howard Marshall In 1988 Joyce and I spent a couple of weeks in Australia at the invitation of the Scripture Union to participate in a staff conference on biblical interpretation; the biblical material was shared between Leon and myself. Read more
By D.A. Carson
Born in 1914, Leon Morris went home to be with the Lord on Monday 25 July 2006. His years of service were remarkably diverse…
by Don McLellan
It was when I was doing my MA(Theol) in the Religion department of the University of Queensland that I came face to face with the rather bitter rejection of the atonement in liberal Christian thought
by Maurice Betteridge, Principal 1979 – 1992.
Fossicking in the bottom draw of my filing cabinet recently I came across an old hard covered notebook.
Remember your leaders. Consider the outcome of their way of life and imitate their faith by Tom Schreiner I never had the privilege of meeting Leon Morris, nor did I ever see him in person or hear him give a lecture, but I would like to write my appreciation of Morris from an autobiographical standpoint. Read more
Bishop Barbara Darling shares her memories of her college lecturer and Principal.
By Graham Cole
I first came across the name of Leon Morris as a Moore College student in the 1970s. His prayer book notes were vital for my passing the TH.L exam in the subject
By Peter Adam. I was a full-time ordination candidate at Ridley 1967-69. Leon, ‘the Prin’ was an extraordinary scholar, theologian, writer, preacher, and teacher.
by Brian Rosner
Leon Lamb Morris was born 15th March, 1914. So this year marks the centenary of his birth.
2014 is the centenary anniversary celebration of Leon Morris’ birth. For those who don’t know – and you all should- Leon Morris is arguably Australia’s greatest biblical scholar