Adolphe Monod (1802-1856) was a beloved and courageous French pastor, a major figure in the nineteenth century Awakening. While he is still well-known among our French-speaking brothers, most English-speaking evangelicals have scarcely heard of him. My prayer is that this short biography will help make this humble and passionate servant of Christ better known... The extent to which Constance Walker has succeeded is perhaps best shown from Bill Edgar's (Professor of Apologetics, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia) commendation: In these pages Monod comes alive as a real person, gifted, devoted, purposeful. This is biography as it ought to be: carefully documented, beautifully illustrated, and compellingly written. Constance Walker has given us both an accurate history and a labor of love. I cannot imagine a better window into the drama of church history and the way God writes straight over crooked lines. This biography is about 30% longer than other titles in the series and includes pencil drawings by the author and other illustrations.
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