James Isaac Good

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James Isaac Good (1850 – 1924) was an American Reformed church clergyman and historian.

Life[edit]

He was born at York, Pennsylvania. He graduated at Lafayette College in 1872 and at Union Theological Seminary in 1875. For thirty years 1875-1905), his pastorates were in Pennsylvania. Later, he held a position at the Central Theological Seminary (Dayton, Ohio), and was elected president of the General Synod of the Reformed Church in the United States.

Works[edit]

He wrote:

  • The Origin of the Reformed Church in Germany (new edition, 1913)
  • Life of Rev. Benjamin Schneider, D. D., a Missionary of the reformed Church in the United States through the American Board at Broosa and Aitab, Turkey, 1834-1877. [1915]
  • The History of the Reformed Church in Germany (1894)
  • Rambles Around Reformed Lands; History of the Reformed Church in the United States (1899)
  • Famous Places of the Reformed Churches (1910)
  • History of the Reformed Church in the United States in the Nineteenth Century (1911)
  • History of the Swiss Reformed Church since the Reformation (1913)
  • The Heidelberg Confession in its Newest Light (1914)

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