Hugh E. Alexander

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Hugh Edward Alexander (1884–1957) was a Scottish minister working most of his years in Switzerland.

Alexander was trained in as a minister in Glasgow[1] and highly influenced by Reuben A. Torrey, Dwight L. Moody and the Keswick movement,[2] but also the 1904–1905 Welsh Revival.[3]

He launched missions to Switzerland, and was the founder of the Geneva Bible Society, Geneva Bible School and Action Biblique.

He is the author of Manne du matin.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Harrison, Nick (1998), His Victorious Indwelling: Daily Devotions for a Deeper Christian Life, Zondervan, p. 478 .
  2. ^ Ranc, Paul, La Troisième Voie ou le Réveil selon la Bible [The third way, or revival according to the Bible] (in French), Sentinelle Nehemie .
  3. ^ Schaeffer, Francis A (1985), Dennis, Lane T, ed., The Letters, Crossway Books, p. 32 .

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