James Orr (1844-1913), born in Glasgow, was a Scottish Presbyterian minister and theologian. He was minister at East Bank United Presbyterian Church, Hawick from 1874 to 1891, and professor of apologetics and theology at Glasgow College of the United Free Church from 1901 until his death. One of his more prominent works is The Christian View of God and the World as Centering in the Incarnation (1893).
- Philip Schaff, "Orr, James", New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge.
- Glen G. Scorgie, A Call for Continuity: The Theological Contribution of James Orr, Regent College Publishing, 2004. ISBN 1573833274
- David K. Naugle, (Foreword by Arthur F. Holmes), Worldview, Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2002, ISBN 0802847617
- George Eyre-Todd, "Rev. James Orr", in Who's Who in Glasgow 1909.
- The Reformers: Lectures Delivered in St. James' Church, Paisley (1885)
- The Christian View of God and the World as Centring in the Incarnation (1893)
- The Supernatural in Christianity: With Special Reference to Statements in the Recent Gifford Lecture (1894)
- The Ritschlian theology and the evangelical faith (1897)
- The Right of Systematic Theology (1897)
- Neglected Factors in the Study of the Early Progress of Christianity (1899)
- The early Church, its history and literature (1901)
- David Hume And His Influence On Philosophy And Theology (1903)
- The Problem of the Old Testament Considered with Reference to Recent Criticism (1906)
- Christ and civilization : a survey of the influence of the Christian religion upon the course of civilization (1910)
- The Fundamentals; a testimony to the truth (Volumes 1-7) (1910)
- The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia (1915)