G. CAMPBELL MORGAN, THE MAN AND HIS MINISTRY

By John Harries

A Word of Introduction

r. Campbell Morgan began preaching when a mere lad, thirteen years of age. His ordination, however, did not take place until September 22, 1890, he then being in his twenty-seventh year. Thus this year of grace (1930), witnesses his rounding-out of forty years as a fully-accredited minister of the Gospel, and the present attempt to assemble the main facts of his life-story may be regarded as a memento of that noteworthy event. In the record of any life as crowded as that of Dr. Morgan, it goes without saying that almost as much data is omitted as included. it is hoped however, that the salient points of a great career have been touched upon, and the chief traits of this splendid preacher and Biblical interpreter brought reasonable under review.

o the friends of Dr. Morgan, scattered all over the world, and from whom I have received help by way of suggestion or contribution to this, my work of love, I tender very grateful thanks.

J.H.

Philadelphia, Pa.

I. FIRST FRUITS

PROLOGUE

1. EARLY DAYS AND EARLY WAYS

2. PREPARATORY YEARS

3. THE WIDENING FIELD

II. IN LABOURS ABUNDANT

4. WONDERFUL WESTMINSTER!

5. THE DAYS THAT FOLLOWED

6. A MANY-SIDED MINISTRY

III. TRAITS AND TRENDS

7. A PREACHER OF THE WORD

8. THE WORK OF AN INTERPRETER

9. THE INNER CIRCLE

EPILOGUE

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