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A.J. Gordon

American Premillennialist

A.J. Gordon

American Premillennialist

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Hardback

£77.00

Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761819523
Number of Pages: 416
Published: 16/07/2001
Width: 14.4 cm
Height: 22.1 cm
This is a biographical study which surveys the life and career of Boston Baptist Adoniram Judson Gordon (1836-1895) and examines pre-millennialism as his motivation and source of his theological understanding. The study examines a moderate Calvinistic Baptist, tracing his theological development and analyzing his embrace of pre-millennialism and its substantial impact on his pastorate, denominational work, relationships, and enterprises. Gordon's significant role in the shaping of late nineteenth-century North American Evangelical Protestant Christianity is demonstrated in this biography.

Scott M. Gibson

Scott M. Gibson is Assistant Dean and Associate Professor of Preaching and Ministry at Gordon-Convwell Theological Seminary, South Hamilton, Massachusetts.

'American Premillennialist' is a superbly written account of Gordon's life, effectively evaluating Gordon's contribution in his own time and in the twentieth century. -- Robert Vincent Biblical Viewpoint In short, Gibson has contributed an important building block to understanding American Protestantism in the late nineteenth century. -- William R. Glass Religious Studies Review In short, Gibson has contributed an important building block to understanding American Protestantism in the late nineteenth century. -- William R. Glass Religious Studies Review 'American Premillennialist' is a superbly written account of Gordon's life, effectively evaluating Gordon's contribution in his own time and in the twentieth century. -- Robert Vincent Biblical Viewpoint

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