“It was in Dublin that, as a layman, he first became acquainted with John Nelson Darby, then a minister in the established Church of Ireland, and in 1829 the pair began meeting with others such as Edward Cronin and Francis Hutchinson for communion and prayer.”
“(To Mr. Cavenagh). Oh, Francis, tell sinners, tell them boldly while
you convict them deeply, of the folly of not believing Him.”
My friend, Edwin Malcome Corbin, desends fro Francis Cavenagh.
John Gifford Bellett was an Irish Christian writer and theologian, and was influential in the beginning of the Plymouth Brethren movement. Bellett was born in Dublin, Ireland. He was educated first at the Grammar School in Exeter, England, then at Trinity College Dublin, where he excelled in Classics, and It was in Dublin that, as a layman, he first became acquainted with John Nelson Darby, then a minister in the…
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