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Our guest in the following five interviews is David Torrance, a retired Church of Scotland pastor and the younger brother of Thomas and James Torrance. David and his brother Thomas edited the 12 English volumes of Calvin’s Commentary on the New Testament. He contributed to and edited The Witness of the Jews to God, and together with George Taylor, authored Israel, God’s Servant. He also contributed to and edited God, Family and Sexuality and wrote A Passion for Christ with brothers Thomas and James.
The interviews were conducted by Michael Morrison and J. Michael Feazell. Michael Morrison received his PhD in 2006 from Fuller Theological Seminary and is now Dean of Faculty at Grace Communion Seminary. Mike Feazell received his D.Min. from Azusa Pacific University in 2000. At the time of the interviews, he was vice-president of Grace Communion International; he now teaches part-time at Grace Communion Seminary.
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David Torrance: Thank you. It’s a privilege to be here.
MM: I’d like to begin by finding out who you are. I associate the name Torrance with Thomas and James, and you’re the third brother?