Jeremy Middleton

Jeremy Middleton was ordained as a minister of Word and Sacrament in 1980. He previously ministered in Cumbernauld and Edinburgh, before his involvement since 2015 at Gilcomston Church, Aberdeen – initially as Interim Minister and from 2016 as permanent minister. He and his wife Susan have three sons and seven grandchildren. Over the years he’s lectured at the former Glasgow Bible College on ‘Preaching’, and also at Edinburgh Bible College on ‘Romans’. He has been chairman of the Crieff Fellowship since 2013, having been a member of the Fellowship for close on 50 years.

Modules delivered by Jeremy Middleton

This ‘preaching lab’ will familiarise students with ‘prophetic’ ministry as it finds expression in the Bible and, in particular, with those books of the Bible which are identified with the prophets: the aim is to equip students capably and eagerly to handle the Bible’s prophetic literature.

This module walks students carefully through the final book of the Old Testament, setting it in its historical and canonical context and highlighting the ways in which it constitutes a bridge between the Old and New Testaments.

Curriculum Outline

Principles of Exposition: Handling the Bible in Pastoral Ministry

Jeremy Middleton

Preaching from Narrative (Old & New Testament)

Jeremy Middleton

Hebrews and Biblical Theology

Jeremy Middleton

Eat the scroll – Preaching from the Bible’s Prophetic Literature

Jeremy Middleton

Genuine Gospel Ministry

Jeremy Middleton

The Tree of Life: Preaching from the Bible’s Wisdom and Poetic Literature

Jeremy Middleton

Malachi – The Last Word in Old Testament Theology

Jeremy Middleton

Preaching from New Testament Epistles

Jeremy Middleton

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