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Who is Alexander Maclaren?
Alexander MacLaren was an English non-conformist minister of Scottish origin.
- born on (189 years ago) in Glasgow
- education: University of London
- died on (105 years ago)
- written works: "Sermons for All Seasons", "Expositions of Holy Scripture", "Sermons Preached In Manchester", "Christ in the Heart", "Communion Mediatations and Outlines", "Victory in Failure", "Sermon Seeds"
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by William H. Brackney
Prominent English Baptists like Alexander Maclaren (himself a Scot) and Charles H. Spurgeon had a particular interest in advancing missions in Scotland. However, in 1967 in an expression of independence from the BU, the Scottish Baptist ...
Alexander Maclaren, revised by himself, and contributed specially to the '" C. C," and published in no other journal. 2nd. The Leading Articles are characterized by freshness, vigour, and independence. 3rd.
by Martin H. Manser
if a man loves God, then that glowing beam will glow whether it is turned to earth or turned to heaven” (Alexander MacLaren, The Epistle to the Ephesians, 1909).
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