T. C. Hammond: His Life and Legacy in Ireland and Australia Nelson, Warren cover image

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  • 198 Pages
  • Publisher: Banner of Truth
  • Publication Date: October 1994
  • ISBN: SNELSOWATCHAMMONDHISLIFEANDL9780851516721

T. C. Hammond: His Life and Legacy in Ireland and Australia

Nelson, Warren


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The arrival of T.C. Hammond in Sydney in 1936 marked the beginning of a new era with the impact of strong evangelical theology. He had also the gift of spontaneous and eloquent utterance. He left a profound mark on the students of Moore College, the clergy of the diocese of Sydney and the church throughout Australia.

Hammond’s ministry was the solid foundation on which Broughton Knox was the build after his death. His name will never fade from the memory of the generation taught by him to take its stand on the great truths for which the Reformers lived and died. His biography will be welcomed by all who remember him and it will be valuable also to a new generation.

About the Author

Warren David Nelson, born in Belfast in 1938, grew up in Drogheda, Co. Louth; after working in textiles he became a minister in the Church of Ireland. In 1982 he was instrumental in founding the Irish Bible School in Coalbrook, Co. Tipperary, and through this and other agencies he was deeply involved in remarkable spiritual changes in the Irish Republic. In 2000 the Irish Bible School merged with the School of Biblical Christianity to form the Irish Bible Institute, based in Dublin.

Nelson visited Australia while researching material for his book T.C. Hammond: Irish Christian.

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The arrival of T.C. Hammond in Sydney in 1936 marked the beginning of a new era with the impact of strong evangelical theology. He had also the gift of spontaneous and eloquent utterance. He left a profound mark on the students of Moore College, the clergy of the diocese of Sydney and the church throughout Australia.

Hammond’s ministry was the solid foundation on which Broughton Knox was the build after his death. His name will never fade from the memory of the generation taught by him to take its stand on the great truths for which the Reformers lived and died. His biography will be welcomed by all who remember him and it will be valuable also to a new generation.

About the Author

Warren David Nelson, born in Belfast in 1938, grew up in Drogheda, Co. Louth; after working in textiles he became a minister in the Church of Ireland. In 1982 he was instrumental in founding the Irish Bible School in Coalbrook, Co. Tipperary, and through this and other agencies he was deeply involved in remarkable spiritual changes in the Irish Republic. In 2000 the Irish Bible School merged with the School of Biblical Christianity to form the Irish Bible Institute, based in Dublin.

Nelson visited Australia while researching material for his book T.C. Hammond: Irish Christian.

  • Cover Type:
  • 198 Pages
  • Publisher: Banner of Truth
  • Publication Date: October 1994
  • ISBN: SNELSOWATCHAMMONDHISLIFEANDL9780851516721