The Great Commission of Jesus Christ to His Twelve Apostles Briefly Defined and Illustrated
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Robert Milligan (1814-1875) was born in Ireland and was brought to the United States by his parents in 1818. After becoming a member of the Presbyterian Church where his father was an elder, he learned the truth and was baptized into Christ at the Church of Christ at Cane Ridge in 1838. He worked as a professor at Bethany College and also served as co-editor of the Millennial Harbinger. He later served as president of Kentucky University and was the head of the College of the Bible at that institution. In The Great Commission of Jesus Christ, Milligan dissects the commission given by Jesus to His apostles. He discusses the authority of Christ, the meaning of baptism, what disciples were to be taught, and the consequences of obedience.
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Milligan, R., "The Great Commission of Jesus Christ to His Twelve Apostles Briefly Defined and Illustrated" (1873). Churches of Christ Heritage Collection. Item 18.