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Shining among Baptist minister Joseph Angus’ achievements is his particular talent for writing. While his career included stints as Regent’s Park College president, Baptist Missionary Society secretary, New Testament Company member, and London University examiner, Angus repeatedly won writing contests for pieces such as Christ Our Life: In Its Origin, Law, and End—included in this collection. His work’s clarity and global style manifests his desire to engage not only the dusty library elite, but people of all cultures and stations. Angus’ handbooks are as valuable for students today as they were for students 150 years ago, guiding readers through the study of Scripture, English language and literature, Butler’s Analogy of Religion, and the life of Christ. These volumes provide valuable insight into Baptist history as well as nineteenth-century linguistics, literature, and theology.
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- Classic texts from prominent English Baptist minister and scholar, Joseph Angus
- Rich insights into biblical, linguistic, and literary studies
- Educational texts, designed to be used by students everywhere
- Title: Joseph Angus Collection
- Author: Joseph Angus
- Publishers: Religious Tract Society, American Baptist Publication Society
- Volumes: 5
- Pages: 2,241
About Joseph Angus
Joseph Angus was born in 1816 in Bolam, Northumberland, England. He studied at King’s College, Stepney College. He earned his master’s degree at Edinburgh University as well as the first prize in mathematics, Greek, logic, and belles-lettres, as well as the gold medal in ethics and political philosophy. Angus was a member of both the New Testament Company and the Royal Asiatic society, examiner in English language and literature to the University of London, secretary of the Baptist Missionary Society, president of the Baptist Union, and president of Stepney College, Oxford (now known as Regent’s Park College) throughout his life.