John Hervey Gosden

1882-1964

John Hervey Gosden was born in Brighton in 1882 and brought up under the ministry of J. K. Popham. It was in his early 20s that he was brought to know deeply the power of the truth he had been brought up to hear, but rebelled against.  Baptized in 1912, he was called up during the First World War and joined the Royal Army Medical Corps, receiving a Military Medal for bravery.  He was sent out to preach in early 1918 whilst still in military service, and became Pastor at Priory Chapel, Maidstone in 1925.  He took up the editorship of the Gospel Standard and Friendly Companion magazines when his former pastor relinquished them in 1935, and although he handed over the Friendly Companion to S.F. Paul in 1951, he continued as editor of the Gospel Standard until his death in 1964.

Believer's Baptism and the Lord's Supper

J. H. Gosden

A brief commentary on the Gospel Standard articles of Faith relating to the ordinances of a gospel church.

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The Gospel Church

John Hervey Gosden

This booklet is taken from several articles which appeared in the Gospel Standard in 1936. The author seeks to expound the Scriptural view of the Gospel Church under the headings of Constitution, Ordinances, Ministry, Pastorate, Deacons, Discipline and Inter-church Relationships.

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Valiant for Truth

J. H. Gosden

J.K. Popham (1847-1937) was pastor of Galeed Chapel, Brighton, for over 55 years and editor of the Gospel Standard magazine for 30 years. Besides being a minister of the gospel, he was also a gifted writer and theologian. His writings dealt with many of the controversial issues of the times, such as the Arminianism of the Sankey and Moody campaigns, and the subject of the relationship between divine sovereignty and man's responsibility.

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