James Lawson

James Gilchrist Lawson (1874–1946) was a prolific British Christian author and compiler. Most notably, he compiled biographical sketches into Deeper Experiences of Famous Christians (1911), a landmark text in Pentecostal and Charismatic history. This book draws broadly from Christian history and the Wesleyan holiness movement to include many post-conversion experiences with the Holy Spirit. Author and professor Dallas Willard said Deeper Experiences was ″the one book other than the Bible that has most influenced me.″ Lawson was also the editor of The Marked Reference Bible, which was an expansion on The Christian Worker’s New Testament that he had published in 1924. Lawson also wrote the lyrics to many beloved hymns, including Here Am I, Send Me! and The... Read More

James Gilchrist Lawson (1874–1946) was a prolific British Christian author and compiler. Most notably, he compiled biographical sketches into Deeper Experiences of Famous Christians (1911), a landmark text in Pentecostal and Charismatic history. This book draws broadly from Christian history and the Wesleyan holiness movement to include many post-conversion experiences with the Holy Spirit. Author and professor Dallas Willard said Deeper Experiences was ″the one book other than the Bible that has most influenced me.″ Lawson was also the editor of The Marked Reference Bible, which was an expansion on The Christian Worker’s New Testament that he had published in 1924. Lawson also wrote the lyrics to many beloved hymns, including Here Am I, Send Me! and The All-in-All.

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