Leader in Twentieth Century British Evangelicalism
Paul E. Brown, 294 pages
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the ability to influence. His enthusiasm for Puritan and Reformed theology moulded the thinking of many young pastors beginning work in British churches in the post-war years. In many ways he was a pioneer, and in some ways an anomaly - that a Baptist pastor who entered the ministry with no formal training should become the first principal of a new an innovative Bible college is testimony to his intellectual skill and generous attitude to evanglicals of all denominations. First as a pastor, and then as Principal of London Bible College, he steadfastly devoted himself to the work that God had called him to do. This biography serves as a worthy memorial to a man who, though now largely forgotten, contributed enormously to the life and thought of English-speaking Evangelicalism in the mid-twentieth century.