A. M. Toplady

A. M. Toplady was educated at Westminster School and Trinity College, in Dublin. He took Anglican orders in 1762, and later became vicar of Broadhembury, in Devon. In 1775 he assumed the pastorate of the French Calvinist chapel in London. He was a powerful hymn writer and penned many songs that are still sung in worship services today, including the well-loved hymn "Rock of Ages".

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The Suffering and Death of Christ

By: A. M. Toplady

Volume 9, Number 27 (July 1, 2007, to July 7, 2007)

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Standing Before God

By: A. M. Toplady

Volume 9, Number 36 (September 2, 2007, to September 8, 2007)

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The Resurrection of Christ

By: A. M. Toplady

Volume 9, Number 27 (July 1, 2007, to July 7, 2007)

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Christ Our Passover

By: A. M. Toplady

Volume 9, Number 28 (July 8, 2007, to July 14, 2007)

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