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It is quite remarkable that until now no substantial biography has appeared to recount the life of James Montgomery (1771-1854). His memoirs were published in 7 volumes in 1856, several lectures have been given in more recent times and a book of Montgomery's poems was published in 2000. Readers are now able to acquaint themselves with the life, experiences and work of this godly man in a modern biography. James Montgomery was born in Scotland, educated and nurtured by evangelical Moravians in West Yorkshire and then spent many years of his life in Sheffield serving of the lord, making known the gospel of grace, initiating and supporting many Christian causes. He was a literary figure of some stature, editing a newspaper and writing numerous hymns, many of which are still sung by congregations today.
About the Author:
Paul S Taylor is a Yorkshireman who has worked in Wath-on-Dearne, Buxton and Sheffield, all places associated with James Montgomery. Formerly an accredited Methodist local preacher, he has served the Lord in a preaching and teaching ministry for 55 years. He is married to Margaret and have 2 children.