By A. Donald MacLeod
MacLeod's in-depth research examines how an observant Christian educational, unapologetically Calvinist, brazenly articulated his religion in an earthly atmosphere and helped persuade evangelicals to desert their ghettoizing anti-intellectualism. His dialogue of Reid's foreign networking serves as a reminder of how within which Canadian evangelicalism was once prompted by way of and in flip prompted the U.S., the place Reid's impact used to be considerable, either as a trustee of Westminster Seminary for thirty-seven years and as editor at huge of the nascent Christianity this day. W. Stanford Reid is a poignant, in-depth research of the lifetime of a guy whose profession spanned academia and church.
Read Online or Download W. Stanford Reid: An Evangelical Calvinist in the Academy PDF
Similar history_2 books
Los angeles restauration par Auguste de l. a. collégialité à los angeles tête de l'État ne constitue pas le moindre des paradoxes d un régime qui reposait par ailleurs sur le charisme du pnnceps. Il y avait là une expérience de gouvernement qui avait une originalité et qui mérite une étude d ensemble. l. a. permanence au début de l'Empire de l. a. proposal de collega est un phénomène bien attesté qui justifie l'attention portée à l'analyse des pouvoirs exercés dans un cadre collégial; ce qu'il est d'usage de désigner par los angeles «co-régence » n'est donc pas une fiction juridique et s'apparente à une réalité du droit public.
Sorry, very bad experiment, the plates are virtually misplaced.
It is a wide historical past of the U. S. Armys cadet corps and academy with many interval illustrations, sleek images, and lots more and plenty fabric on uniforms, drawing seriously at the West aspect Museum Collections. the us army Academy was once confirmed in 1802 at West element, big apple, at the Hudson River.
Additional info for W. Stanford Reid: An Evangelical Calvinist in the Academy
She already had an English friend in Canada, a Miss McKinney, who had been an original sponsor. McKinney was now deputation secretary of the Canadian affiliate of the mission founded in 1903. McKinney would be waiting for her at the dock in Montreal, provide contacts and help her adapt to Canadian ways. Daisy set sail in the autumn of 1909, but when she arrived in Montreal, no one was there to greet her. ” Never daunted by the unexpected, Daisy set about to track down names and launch her appeal.
They have been engrossed with the care of a great Home Mission field, embracing the larger half of the North American Continent, and have established successful missions to the heathen in the South Sea Islands, and in India and China. 7 Within only three years MacVicar’s boast would have a hollow ring. At the age of seventy-one, MacVicar was found dead at his desk on 15 December 1902 by students concerned that he had not arrived for a lecture after returning from a meeting of the French Evangelization Committee at Montreal’s Knox Church.
It appears to have been love almost at first sight. D. Reid. , was self-made and self-taught, and known for her strong individuality and upbeat personality. 26 In the 1881 census enumeration her father is described both as “house decorator” and “evangelist,” and the family’s home is listed as the Mission Hall, Cootham, a small grouping of substandard homes in a bog west of Storrington. The Mission Hall was one of the maligned “tin tabernacles” built in Victorian England to serve those who were marginalized both denominationally and economically.