This study examines the life and work of 19th century pastor A.J. Gordon, who qhas significantly influenced evangelical Protestantism in North America and beyondq (from the introduction). Gibson (affiliation not cited) analyzes the connections between Gordon's theological position (Calvinism) and the social currents of his time. Coverage includes Gordon's education and ministry, his advocacy for missionaries and women preachers, his marriage, and the participation of Gordon and other premillennialists in social reform. c. Book News Inc.He claimed that there was no Scripture that prohibited women from praying and prophesying in public assemblies. ... since he did not see in experience or Biblical evidence women ordained as pastors.67 He pointed to the argument of natureanbsp;...
|Author||:||Scott M. Gibson|
|Publisher||:||University Press of America - 2001-01-01|