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G. Campbell Morgan

G. Campbell Morgan, (9 December 1863 – 16 May 1945), known for his concise, one volume summary of all the chapters in the Bible, (Exposition of the Bible), was a well-known pastor, evangelist and Bible teacher in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

He is perhaps best known as a staunch advocate of the integrity of the Bible and the fundam...

G. Campbell Morgan, (9 December 1863 – 16 May 1945), known for his concise, one volume summary of all the chapters in the Bible, (Exposition of the Bible), was a well-known pastor, evangelist and Bible teacher in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

He is perhaps best known as a staunch advocate of the integrity of the Bible and the fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith in the face of modernistic assaults on the Bible during that era. Together with others, Morgan contributed to the first articles of “The Fundamentals” from which the later term “Fundamentalism” was derived.

Morgan was an evangelist and pastor in England, serving the Westminster Chapel in London for two terms of 25 years total. His preaching and weekly Friday night Bible studies had thousands in attendance. Many considered his “Friday night Bible School” the heart of his work. He was a consummate teacher. Morgan was instrumental in bringing Martyn Lloyd-Jones to Westminster to preach there with him and eventually to succeed him (Jones also continued the weekly Friday night Bible studies at Westminster, which lasted through much of the 20th century).

Morgan was a close friend of Dwight Moody and would lecture at the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago and other places across the United States. He made 54 crossings of the Atlantic to preach in America. He earned numerous awards and honors in the US.

One of the most intriguing things you’ll enjoy studying G Campbell Morgan is his approach to the integrity of Scripture.  He did not derive his solid faith in its veracity so much through analytical study of evidences as through grasping the integrity of the Biblical narrative as a whole. It is said that when he was first studying for the ministry, he became so discouraged reading many different books on biblical criticism, that his faith began to waver and he became despondent. He decided to take a period of time and read the Bible alone. In the process he discovered the organic “whole” of the biblical narrative, how it all fit together, and how the inspiration of God wove everything into one story. From that point forward he preached primarily expository sermons and would relate them to the entire “golden thread” of the Bible story.  He has been often called “The prince of expositors.”

 

“…he came at the critical moment, at the very right time when all those spiritual emotions and experiences needed to be harnessed and deepened and fostered. The evangelists had done their work; it was time for the teacher; and God sent him.” -- D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones

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