Adophe Monod

This article is taken from Evangelical Saints: 47 Biographical Sketches by Ernest Gordon, ed. by Ralph I. Tilley (Sellersburg, IN: LITS Books, 2016), 146-148. It was originally published by Ernest Gordon and titled The Protestant Book of Saints. To order, go to the above menu to “Books.” WHAT CÉSAR MALAN was to Swiss Protestantism, Adolphe Monod (1802-1856) was to French, the awakener of a Church lying in death-sleep. In 1842 he wrote in vein of irony, “I hope you prefer to be old with Luther, Calvin, Hus, Augustine, Polycarp, and Paul, rather than to be modern with new doctors as … Continue reading “Adophe Monod”