Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Macleod, Dr. Norman (1812-72), a Scottish divine, was born at Campbeltown, Argyleshire. He was educated at Glasgow, Edinburgh, and in Germany. He was minister, first at London, then at Dalkeith (where be published The Earnest Student (1854), and became editor of the Edinburgh Christian Magazine), and eventually, in 1851, of Barony Parish, Glasgow. In 1854 he became one of the chaplains to the Queen, and Dean of the Order of the Thistle, and in 1858 received an honorary degree of D.D. He became editor of Good Words in 1860. In 1867 he visited the mission stations of India, and on his return published Peeps at the Far East.

“If we would hold the true course in love, our first step must be to turn our eyes not to man, the sight of whom might oftener produce hatred than love, but to God, who requires that the love which we bear to him be diffused among all mankind, so that our fundamental principle must ever be, Let a man be what he may, he is still to be loved because God is loved.”
–Calvin, Institutes