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In History, 08-27

Today, in…

1876, at age 13, G. Campbell Morgan (1863-1945) preached his first sermon. He later grew to become one of the most famous expository preachers and writers of late 19th century England and America. If anyone knows where I can find a full set of The Westminster Pulpit, I would love to hear about it.

1910, “Mother” Teresa (Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu) was born in Yugoslavia. Why would I, a Reformed Baptist type who knows the truth about Teresa’s theology and “ministry” note this day? One reason only – to plead with pastors and teachers to stop using her as an example of Christian piety and devotion. She was not a Christian, and her legacy is mostly fictional.
Book Review - The Missionary Position
Book Review - Mother Teresa: The Final Verdict

2005-08-27 at 1:00 PM MT | |