Walker, James Barr

Walker, James Barr a Congregational minister, was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 29, 1805; studied at the Western Reserve College, and in its theological department; was editor and evangelist, 1839-42; pastor, 1842-72, but president of Grand Traverse, College part of that time; professor of intellectual and moral philosophy in Wheaton College, 1871-76; and resident at Wheaton, until his death, March 6, 1887. He published, The Philosophy of the Plan of Salvation (1855; revised ed. 1868): — God Revealed in Creation and in Christ (1855): — Living Questions of the Age (1869): — Doctrine of the Holy Spirit (1869): — The Immortality and Worth of the Soul (1871): — Pioneer Life in the West: an Autobiography (1881).

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