A collection rich in biblical analysis and wisdom, the G. Campbell Morgan Collection (30 vols.) is an excellent compilation of resources for anyone wishing to obtain a more expansive knowledge of the Bible. One of England’s most well-known and well-respected clergymen of the turn of the 20th century, G. Campbell Morgan has much wisdom to offer us all, including The Analyzed Bible (10 vols.), his much loved critical study of the Scriptures. It, along with studies on the parables of the New Testament, a guide to the study of the Bible, and volumes on the subjects of prayer, evangelism, and Christian living are included in this set which will benefit pastors, theologians, and teachers alike. Morgan’s lifetime of wisdom and biblical studies make up almost 6,000 pages of valuable insight that will keep you coming back for more.
Morgan, long-time pastor of Westminster Chapel in London and mentor of Martyn Lloyd-Jones, made it his aim to share his wealth of knowledge and years of scholarly research as simply as possible, in order to make his works accessible to all. His words have inspired and encouraged thousands in the past century, and will continue to provide excellent, biblically-based hope to all who read his works.
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George Campbell Morgan (1863-1945), was a contemporary of Rodney “Gipsy” Smith, preached his first sermon at age 13. He was the pastor of Westminster Chapel in London from 1904-1919 and then from 1933-1943, pausing for a brief period between those timeframes to work at Biola in Los Angeles. In 1939, he began to mentor Martyn Lloyd-Jones, who would eventually become his successor. Morgan’s essay entitled The Purposes of the Incarnation are included in a collection called The Fundamentals, a set of 90 essays that is widely considered to be the foundation of the modern Fundamentalist movement.