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James Stalker
1848-1929

      James Stalker was born in Crieff, Scotland, and filled a large place in the religious life of Scotland. He was more widely known in America than any other Scottish preacher of his day.

      Stalker, like Henry Drummond, was one of those who shared in the revival movement which followed the Moody and Sankey mission of 1873, and he was, after Drummond, perhaps the most active of the youthful enthusiasts of the time. He was the Pastor of St. Brycedale, Kirkaldy, 1874 – 1887, then the Pastor of St. Matthews, or Free St. Matthews, Glasgow, 1887 – 1902.

      Although he spent twenty of the later years of his life as a professor, it is as a preacher we still think of him. And it was by his two remarkable handbooks on the “Life of Christ” and the “Life of St. Paul,” and by his preaching, that he made his name famous.

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Stalker, James - Christology Of Jesus (wlue777)
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