Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Morgan, G. Campbell

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MORGAN, G. CAMPBELL, an English clergyman; born Dec. 9. 1863. Ordained in the ministry of the Congregationalist Church in 1889. His most prominent pastorate was that of the Westminster Congregational Chapel, Buckingham Gate, London. From 1901-1904 he was a Northfield Bible Conference Extension lecturer, and is at present pastor of Highbury Quadrant Congregational Church. Dr. Morgan has written many works, chiefly on Christianity as interpreted by modern evangelism, such as "A First Century Message to Twentieth Century Christians," etc.