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Hodder and Stoughton,
Beacon Hill / 1904–1943
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The Samuel Chadwick Collection offers the complete works of beloved Methodist minister Samuel Chadwick. Read what Chadwick teaches about prayer, learn about the Methodist doctrine of Christian perfection, and study the many facets of the Holy Spirit from his perspective. You’ll also enjoy a collection of 17 sermons preached during the course of his career. A popular preacher and theologian in the early twentieth century, Chadwick wrote key works that are still studied and quoted today.
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Samuel Chadwick (1860–1932) was a Wesleyan Methodist minister and principal of Cliff College in Leeds, England. He began as a lay pastor at age 21, and was ordained in 1890 and became superintendent of the Leeds Mission. In 1907, he accepted a faculty position at Cliff College, and became principal in 1913, where he remained for the rest of his career. He enjoyed great popularity as a preacher, and wrote four books that continue to be studied today.