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Online: The Ecole Glossary (2007 Archive Edition) Copyright © 1995, Anthony F. Beavers. This file may be copied on the condition that the entire contents, including the header and this copyright notice, remain intact. Project Homepage ecole@evansville.edu
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Online: Wikipedia profiles of historical Christians Wikipedia List of Christians.
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Info @ Listing of Church Councils Throughout History fromhttp://www.biblequery.org/History/ChurchHistory/ChurchCouncils.htm

Wikipedia John Smyth
Wikipedia Thomas Helwys
Wikipedia Roger Williams
Wikipedia John Clarke
Wikipedia John Bunyan
Wikipedia Shubal Stearns
Wikipedia Andrew Fuller
Wikipedia Charles Spurgeon
Wikipedia D. N. Jackson
Wikipedia James Robinson Graves
Wikipedia William Bullein Johnson
Wikipedia William Carey
Wikipedia Luther Rice
Wikipedia Martin Luther King, Jr.
Wikipedia Billy Graham
Wikipedia William Tyndale (c. 1494–1536), first published use of the term evangelical in English (1531)
Wikipedia John Bunyan (1628–1688), persecuted English Puritan Baptist preacher and author of Pilgrim's Progress
Wikipedia Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758), American Puritan theologian and preacher in the First Great Awakening
Wikipedia John Wesley (1703–1791), English clergyman; founder of Methodism
Wikipedia Charles Wesley (1707–1788), English clergyman; brother of John Wesley, hymnwriter of Methodism
Wikipedia George Whitefield (1714–1770), English clergyman; early Methodist preacher and associate of John Wesley
Wikipedia Isaac Backus (1724–1806), advocate of the separation of church and state
Wikipedia Henry Venn (1725–1797), founder of the small, but highly influential Clapham Sect in Britain
Wikipedia Henry Venn (1796–1873), grandson of Henry Venn, pioneered the basic principles of indigenous church mission theory
Wikipedia John Newton (1725–1807), Scottish clergyman, author of Amazing Grace
Wikipedia William Cowper (1731–1800), English poet/author of numerous hymns, including "There Is a Fountain Filled with Blood"
Wikipedia Francis Asbury (1745–1816), founder of the Methodist Episcopal Church
Wikipedia William Wilberforce (1759–1833), worked to abolish slavery in the British Empire
Wikipedia Henry Thornton (1760-1815), banker, philanthropist, reformer and Member of Parliament
Wikipedia Richard Allen (1760–1831), founder of the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) denomination (1816)
Wikipedia Nathan Bangs (1778–1862), editor of the Christian Advocate, president of Wesleyan University
Wikipedia Charles Grandison Finney (1792–1875), preacher in the Second Great Awakening, advocate of "New Measures"
Wikipedia Robert Murray M'Cheyne (1813–1843), Scottish preacher and minister of St Peter's, Dundee
Wikipedia Joseph M. Scriven (1819–1886), Irish poet, moved to Canada and wrote What a Friend We Have in Jesus
Wikipedia Fanny Crosby (1820–1915), blind American writer of many famous hymns including "Blessed Assurance"
Wikipedia William Henry Green (1825–1900), chairman of the Old Testament committee for the American Standard Version (1901)
Wikipedia Robert Pearsall Smith (1827–1899) and Hannah Whitall Smith (1832–1911), leaders in the Holiness movement
Wikipedia James Hudson Taylor (1832–1905), British missionary to China and founder of the China Inland Mission
Wikipedia Charles Spurgeon (1834–1892), English Baptist preacher and advocate of Calvinism
Wikipedia Dwight L. Moody (1837–1899), American evangelist, pastor and educator
Wikipedia Phineas F. Bresee (1838–1915), founder of the Church of the Nazarene
Wikipedia Albert Benjamin Simpson (1843–1919), preacher, writer, founder of the Christian and Missionary Alliance
Wikipedia William Mitchell Ramsay (1851–1939), archaeologist known for his expertise in Asia Minor
Wikipedia Oswald Thompson Allis (1856–1930), co-founder of Westminster Theological Seminary
Wikipedia Robert Dick Wilson (1856–1930), linguist committed to defending the reliability of the Hebrew Bible
Wikipedia John George Govan (1861–1927), founder of the Faith Mission
Wikipedia Billy Sunday (1862–1935), American evangelist and proponent of Prohibition
Wikipedia William Irvine (1863–1947), founder of the Cooneyites and Two by Twos sects
Wikipedia Edward Cooney (1867–1960), evangelist and early leader of the Cooneyites and Go-Preachers sects
Wikipedia Harry Ironside (1876-1951), evangelist and Pastor of the Moody Church in Chicago (1930-1948). An ultra-conservative force in the Evangelical movement.
Wikipedia Karl Barth (1886–1968), leader of dialectical theology and author of Church Dogmatics
Wikipedia Aimee Semple McPherson (1890–1944), Pentecostal preacher and founder of Foursquare Church
Wikipedia William F. Albright (1891–1971), ceramics expert, founder of the biblical archaeology movement
Wikipedia Clarence Bouma (1891-1962), first president of the Evangelical Theological Society
Wikipedia Donald Barnhouse (1895–1960), former pastor of Tenth Presbyterian Church, founder of Eternity magazine
Wikipedia D.P. Thomson (1896-1974), Scottish evangelist, exponent of visitation and lay evangelism, Warden of the St Ninian's Training Centre, Crieff
Wikipedia Aiden Wilson Tozer (1897–1963), preacher, author of The Pursuit of God and The Knowledge of the Holy
Wikipedia Martyn Lloyd Jones (1899–1981), reformed preacher at Westminster Chapel
Wikipedia Frank E. Gaebelein (1899-1983), founder of The Stony Brook School, general editor of the Expositor's Bible Commentary
Wikipedia Frank Jenner (1903-1977), English Australian evangelist
Wikipedia Harold Ockenga (1905–1985), first president of the National Association of Evangelicals
Wikipedia William M. Branham (1909-1965), preacher and prophet, pacesetter and initiator of the Tent Revival Era of the 40's and 50's
Wikipedia Merrill Unger (1909–1980), Old Testament professor at Dallas Theological Seminary, defender of biblical inerrancy
Wikipedia F. F. Bruce (1910–1990), apologist, one of the founders of the modern evangelical understanding of the Bible
Wikipedia Francis Schaeffer (1912–1984), theologian, philosopher, founder of L'Abri, author of A Christian Manifesto
Wikipedia Carl F. H. Henry (1913–2003), founding editor of Christianity Today
Wikipedia Robert Pierce (1914–1978), founder of World Vision and Samaritan's Purse
Wikipedia Bruce M. Metzger (1914–2007), biblical scholar and translator who served on the board of the American Bible Society
Wikipedia Gleason Archer (1916–2004), theologian, educator, and author
Wikipedia Ralph D. Winter (1924–2009), founder of the U.S. Center for World Mission
Wikipedia D. James Kennedy (1930–2007), founder of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church and Knox Theological Seminary
Wikipedia Jerry Falwell (1933–2007), founder of Liberty University and the Moral Majority
Wikipedia James Montgomery Boice (1938–2000), former pastor of Tenth Presbyterian Church, author of The Doctrines of Grace: Rediscovering the Evangelical Gospel
Wikipedia Greg Bahnsen (1948–1995), minister, educator, apologist, and a major figure in Christian Reconstructionism
Wikipedia Carl Fredrik Wisløff (1908-2004), theologian, professor in church history, preacher in Norwegian Lutheran Mission
Wikipedia Robert Abbot
Wikipedia Joseph Alleine
Wikipedia Richard Alleine
Wikipedia William Ames
Wikipedia John Arrowsmith
Wikipedia Simon Ashe (Simeon Ashe)
Wikipedia Robert Baillie
Wikipedia John Ball
Wikipedia Henry Barrowe
Wikipedia Richard Baxter
Wikipedia Thomas Baylie
Wikipedia Lewis Bayly
Wikipedia Richard Bernard
Wikipedia Robert Bolton
Wikipedia Samuel Bolton
Wikipedia John Bond (Puritan)
Wikipedia Thomas Boston
Wikipedia William Bradford
Wikipedia William Bradshaw
Wikipedia Anne Bradstreet
Wikipedia William Bridge
Wikipedia John Brinsley the elder
Wikipedia Thomas Brooks (Puritan)
Wikipedia Hugh Broughton
Wikipedia Robert Browne
Wikipedia John Bunyan
Wikipedia Peter Bulkley
Wikipedia Anthony Burges
Wikipedia Cornelius Burgess
Wikipedia Jeremiah Burroughs
Wikipedia Henry Burton
Wikipedia Nicholas Byfield
Wikipedia Richard Byfield
Wikipedia Edmund Calamy
Wikipedia Richard Capel
Wikipedia Thomas Carter
Wikipedia Thomas Cartwright
Wikipedia Joseph Caryl
Wikipedia Thomas Case
Wikipedia Daniel Cawdrey
Wikipedia Thomas Cawton
Wikipedia Laurence Chaderton
Wikipedia William Chaderton
Wikipedia Stephen Charnock
Wikipedia Francis Cheynell
Wikipedia Thomas Coleman
Wikipedia Edward Corbet
Wikipedia John Cotton
Wikipedia Miles Coverdale
Wikipedia Oliver Cromwell
Wikipedia Thomas Danforth
Wikipedia John Darrell
Wikipedia John Davenport
Wikipedia Arthur Dent
Wikipedia John Dod
Wikipedia Philip Doddridge
Wikipedia John Downame
Wikipedia Calybute Downing
Wikipedia Thomas Dudley
Wikipedia John Dury
Wikipedia Theophilus Eaton
Wikipedia Jonathan Edwards, American heir of the Puritans who is often listed with them
Wikipedia Stephen Egerrton
Wikipedia Edward Taylor
Wikipedia Humphrey Fenn
Wikipedia John Field
Wikipedia William Fiennes, 1st Viscount Saye and Sele
Wikipedia John Flavel
Wikipedia John Foxe
Wikipedia William Fulke
Wikipedia Thomas Gataker
Wikipedia Anthony Gilby
Wikipedia George Gillespie
Wikipedia Bernard Gilpin
Wikipedia Christopher Goodman
Wikipedia Thomas Goodwin
Wikipedia William Gouge
Wikipedia Richard Greenham
Wikipedia William Greenhill
Wikipedia John Greenwood
Wikipedia William Guthrie
Wikipedia Edward Hake
Wikipedia Robert Harris
Wikipedia John Harvard
Wikipedia Henry Hastings, 3rd Earl of Huntingdon
Wikipedia Thomas Hastings (colonist)
Wikipedia Alexander Henderson
Wikipedia Matthew Henry
Wikipedia Philip Henry
Wikipedia Charles Herle
Wikipedia Richard Heyrick
Wikipedia Gasper Hickes
Wikipedia Francis Higginson
Wikipedia Arthur Hildersham
Wikipedia Robert Hill (clergyman)
Wikipedia Thomas Hooker
Wikipedia John Howe
Wikipedia Joshua Hoyle
Wikipedia Laurence Humphrey
Wikipedia Anne Hutchinson
Wikipedia Henry Ireton
Wikipedia James Janeway
Wikipedia Francis Johnson
Wikipedia Solomon Kane
Wikipedia John Lathrop
Wikipedia Alexander Leighton
Wikipedia John Ley
Wikipedia John Lightfoot
Wikipedia Morgan Llwyd (Arminian)
Wikipedia Christopher Love
Wikipedia Thomas Manton
Wikipedia Francis Marbury
Wikipedia Stephen Marshall
Wikipedia Walter Marshall (Puritan)
Wikipedia Cotton Mather
Wikipedia Increase Mather
Wikipedia Richard Mather
Wikipedia John Maynard (MP)
Wikipedia John Mayo (minister)
Wikipedia Joseph Mede
Wikipedia Walter Mildmay
Wikipedia John Milton
Wikipedia John More
Wikipedia Payton Murphy
Wikipedia Matthew Newcomen
Wikipedia John Norton (Puritan divine)
Wikipedia Nicholas Noyes
Wikipedia Philip Nye
Wikipedia John Owen
Wikipedia Herbert Palmer
Wikipedia Robert Parker
Wikipedia Thomas Parker
Wikipedia John Penry
Wikipedia William Perkins
Wikipedia Andrew Perne
Wikipedia William Phelps
Wikipedia Matthew Poole
Wikipedia John Preston
Wikipedia John Rainolds
Wikipedia Mary Rowlandson
Wikipedia Edward Reynolds
Wikipedia Edmund Rice
Wikipedia Robert Rich, 2nd Earl of Warwick
Wikipedia John Robinson
Wikipedia John Rogers
Wikipedia Rev. John Russell, Jr of Hadley, Mass.
Wikipedia Samuel Rutherford
Wikipedia Thomas Sampson
Wikipedia Henry Scudder
Wikipedia Lazarus Seaman
Wikipedia Obadiah Sedgwick
Wikipedia Jeremiah Shepard
Wikipedia Thomas Shepard
Wikipedia Richard Sibbes
Wikipedia Sidrach Simpson
Wikipedia Peter Smart
Wikipedia William Spurstowe
Wikipedia Edmund Staunton
Wikipedia Peter Sterry
Wikipedia Solomon Stoddard
Wikipedia Thomas Taylor (clergyman)
Wikipedia James Temple
Wikipedia Robert Titus
Wikipedia Walter Travers
Wikipedia Thomas Tregosse
Wikipedia William Twisse
Wikipedia John Udal
Wikipedia Nicholas Upsall
Wikipedia Richard Vines
Wikipedia Thomas Vincent
Wikipedia George Walker
Wikipedia Nehemiah Wallington
Wikipedia John Wallis
Wikipedia Nathaniel Ward
Wikipedia Samuel Ward (minister)
Wikipedia Samuel Ward (scholar)
Wikipedia Thomas Watson
Wikipedia Isaac Watts
Wikipedia Paul Wentworth
Wikipedia Peter Wentworth
Wikipedia John Wheelwright
Wikipedia Jeremiah Whitaker
Wikipedia John White
Wikipedia David Whitehead
Wikipedia William Whittingham
Wikipedia Giles Wigginton
Wikipedia Michael Wigglesworth
Wikipedia John Wilson
Wikipedia John Winthrop
Wikipedia Roger Williams (theologian)
Wikipedia George Wither (became Puritan from c. 1620)
Wikipedia John Woodbridge
Wikipedia Benjamin Woodbridge
Wikipedia Robert Woodford

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