Alexander Whyte

Alexander Whyte (January 13, 1836 - January 6, 1921) was a Scottish divine. He was born at Kirriemuir in Forfarshire and educated at the University of Aberdeen and at New College, Edinburgh. He entered the ministry of the Free Church of Scotland and after serving as colleague in Free St John's, Glasgow (1866-1870), removed to Edinburgh as colleague and successor to Dr RS Candlis at Free St Georges. In 1909 he succeeded Dr. Marcus Dods as principal, and professor of New Testament literature, at New College, Edinburgh. His written works include, Characters and Characteristics of William Law (1893), Bunyan Characters (4 Vols, 1893-1908), Samuel Rutherford (1894), An Appreciation of Jacob Behmen (1895), Lancelot Andrewes and his Private Devotions (1895), Bible Characters (6 vols, 1896-1902), Santa Teresa (1897), Father John of the Greek Church: An Appreciation (1898), An Appreciation of Browne's Religio Medici (1898), and Cardinal Newman, An Appreciation (1901). He died in 1921, seven days before his 85th birthday.

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Giant Despair

By: Alexander Whyte

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Volume 13, Number 2 (1/9/2011, to 1/15/2011)

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Topics: Salvation

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