Frédéric Monod

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Frédéric Monod (1794-1863) was a French Protestant pastor.

The brother of Adolphe Monod, he was greatly influenced by Robert Haldane. Along with Count Gasparin, Monod founded the Union of the Evangelical Free Churches of France; his son, Théodore, (b. 1836) followed in his footsteps.

Naturalist and explorer Théodore André Monod is his great-grandson.

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