Author: Morgan, G. Campbell
Genre: Christian Living
Tags: Baptist / Baptists

Rick Shrader‘s Review:

This is a 1972 reprint by Baker Book of Morgan’s sermons compiled by Ralph Turnbull. Morgan (1863-1945) was a well-known British preacher and pastor of Westminster Chapel in London. I have always enjoyed his commentaries and I equally enjoy reading his sermons. Campbell was encouraged to preach as a young man after hearing D.L. Moody and later was invited by Moody to preach in Chicago and at the Northfield conferences. He crossed the Atlantic 54 times. He also contributed an article on the Incarnation to The Fundamentals (1910-1915) in the first volume. In these 17 messages Morgan comments freely on the second coming of Christ and also uses the term “dispensation” freely. In the introduction Turnbull says that Morgan gave up belief in a pre-tribulation rapture during his ministry. In the sermon on The Purifying Hope he also seems to accept a partial rapture (p. 124-125). In my opinion these do not detract from the Christ-exalting messages in this volume.

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