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“If you wear a mask for too long, there will come a time when you cannot remove it without removing your face.” ― Matshona Dhliwayo link Point Free Church-Facebook On March 10, 2017, we posted Calvinist Leader Dr Iain Campbell Dies By Suicide Amidst Allegations of Affairs and an Out of Wedlock Child. (Yes, I know it is in other groups as well.) The more I read the accounts of his death, as well as the history of his life, the more I became convinced that Anne was being cruelly targeted and that it was Iain D Campbell (hereafter known as IDC) who was fully to blame for his actions. By the time I sat down to write that post, I had become concerned that Anne Campbell, the wife of Iain Campbell, was being made the culprit in this situation. I have seen this all too often in celebrity Reformed circles.In our original post, we printed excerpts from an obituary found in We Love Stornoway (link is no longer active.) A number of obituaries were taken down as more and more evidence of IDC's double life became known. It points out that IDC was adamant about staying with his church in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis, even though he would have been welcome at seminaries and universities all over the world. I believe this is a clue as we work to unravel this disturbing story.He could have adorned pulpits in the largest cities in the world,’ writes Dr.He was still serving in this capacity at the time of his death, …Iain D would have risen to eminence in any profession (and once toyed with the idea of becoming an SNP candidate for the Scottish Parliament), but he chose the Christian ministry, and in that chosen field he became a giant. This report was wrong, and this post will reveal what really happened.
He had a quite extraordinary fluency of speech, but the fluency was disciplined by clarity, precision and careful arrangement.
Note that, in spite of his fame in theological circles, he remained as pastor in Lewis.
Campbell attended the Nicolson Institute, a school on Lewis, before studying at the University of Glasgow, where he graduated with First Class Honours in Arts in 1985.
For many, this area of Scotland is thought of as ground zero in the Reformed world.
Forgive my use of Wikipedia, but it gives a concise description of the Free Church of Scotland.
The delivery was effortless, though often passionate, the mastery of the subject complete, and while there was no trace of arrogance he spoke with the Bible-derived authority of a true preacher.