Brethren Archive Exploring the history of some of those known as "Plymouth Brethren", and a few other things.

The Year 1831

A Call to the Converted

by William George Lambert




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Tom said ...
William George Lambert was possibly the Mr Lambert who attended the first Powerscourt conference .. see the contents page.
Tuesday, Sep 20, 2016 : 12:45

Timothy Stunt said ...
William George Lambert's "Call to the Converted" and John Synge's reply to it ("Observations on a 'Call to the converted'" were discussed in my essay on "John Synge and the Early Brethren". However that was published nearly 40 years ago! About 20 years later in 2000 I provided some details of Lambert's career at Oxford where he was associated with B W Newton and Charles Brenton with whom he seceded in 1831 (in "From Awakening to Secession" 256-58, 278-9) From his advocacy (at Powerscourt) of withdrawing from the Establishment, I'm pretty sure they are the same person. Timothy Stunt.
Wednesday, Sep 21, 2016 : 00:14



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