A. J. Gordon
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Rev. A. J. Gordon (1836-1895), pastor of Clarendon Street Baptist Church in Boston, founded Gordon College and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He became a prominent speaker in evangelist Dwight L. Moody's Northfield conventions. He denounced Christian Science in newspaper articles and sermons. It was in response to a letter by Gordon and read by Rev. Joseph Cook at one of Cook's "Boston Monday Lectures" that Mary Baker Eddy would write what would become her book No and Yes.
A. J. Gordon
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Rev. A. J. Gordon (1836-1895), pastor of Clarendon Street Baptist Church in Boston, founded Gordon College and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He became a prominent speaker in evangelist Dwight L. Moody's Northfield conventions. He denounced Christian Science in newspaper articles and sermons. It was in response to a letter by Gordon and read by Rev. Joseph Cook at one of Cook's "Boston Monday Lectures" that Mary Baker Eddy would write what would become her book No and Yes.