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James S Stewart Collection


James S. Stewart (1896 – 1990) was born in Dundee, Scotland. He was ordained into the Church of Scotland in 1924 and served in three successive churches over a span of 23 years. Stewart then served as Chair of New Testament Language, Literature, and Theology at New College, Edinburgh University from 1947 – 1966. He was also appointed chaplain to King George V in 1951 and served as chaplain to Queen Elizabeth II.

Stewart authored several books including, "A Man In Christ: The Vital Elements of St. Paul's Religion," "The Strong Name," and "Heralds of God." He was well known for his expository style preaching, and was ranked the best preacher of the twentieth century by Preaching Magazine in 1999.

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