Cox, Samuel, Dd

Cox, Samuel, D.D.

a Baptist minister and editor, was born in London, England, April 19, 1826. Graduating from Stepney (now Regent's) College in 1851, he was ordained pastor of a Baptist church; but owing to failure of his voice, he devoted his attention to journalism from 1860 to 1863. For twenty-five years following he was pastor of the Mansfield Road Church, Nottingham. He died March 27, 1892. He was the first editor of the Expositor, from 1875-84. He also wrote quite a number of volumes, chiefly expository and exegetical. His most famous book was Salvator Mundi. See The (Lond.) Baptist Hand-book, 1894.

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