Brown, James Baldwin, Ba
Brown, James Baldwin, B.A.
and English Congregational minister, was born in the Inner Temple, London, August 19, 1820. After graduating at University College in 1839, he studied law for two years, and then theology at Highbury College. He became an Independent minister, serving two churches, London Road Chapel, Derby, and Claylands Chapel, Clapham Road, London. Afterwards the latter congregation moved to a new church in Brixton, and he was pastor there until his death, June 23, 1884. He published, Studies of First Principles (1849): — The Divine Life in Man (1859): — The Doctrine of the Divine Fatherhood in Relation to the Atonement (1860): — The Soul's Exodus and Pilgrimage (1862): — Aids to the Development of the Divine Life (eod.): — Divine Mystery of Peace (1863): — Divine Treatment of Sin (1864): — The Home Life in the Light of its Divine Idea (1866; 5th ed. 1870): — Idolatries, Old and New: their Cause and Cure (1867): Misread Passages of Scripture (1869; 2d series, 1871): — The Christian Policy of Life (1870): — The First Principles of Ecclesiastical Truth: Essays on the Church and Society (1871): — The Sunday Afternoon (eod.): — Buying and Selling and Getting Gain (eod.): — Young Men and Maidens (eod.): — The Higher Life (1874; 8th ed. 1878): — The Battle and the Burden of Life (1875): — The Doctrine of Annihilation in the Light Jofthe Gospel of Love (eod.): — Church and State (1876): Home: Its Relation to Man and Society (1883; 3d ed. 1884). See In Memoriam: James Baldwin Brown, by his wife (Lond. 1884).