(183492). B. Kelvedon, Essex, Eng.; joined Baps. 1851; pastor Waterbeach 1852; pastor London 1854; trained young students for the ministry; est. a preachers' coll.; preacher Metropolitan Tabernacle (seated 6,000) from 1861; rejected the doctrine of baptismal regeneration; withdrew from Baptist Union (organized 1813 Southwark, London) 1887, but remained Bap.; nonconformist. Works include The Treasury of David; Lectures to My Students.
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