Alexander Whyte
b. January 13, 1836 – d. January 6, 1921 • Pastor
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Whyte, Alexander
Whyte, Alexander (1836–1921), Scottish *Evangelical. Minister of the *Free (later *United Free) Church of Scotland church of St George’s, Edinburgh (1870–1916) and principal of New College, Edinburgh (1909–18), he was generally regarded as the finest preacher of late-Victorian Scotland. *Calvinist in
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Whyte, Alexander
Whyte, Alexander (1836–1921)Late-Victorian Scotland’s greatest preacher, Whyte was minister of Free (later United Free) St. George’s, Edinburgh (1870–1916), and principal of New College (1909–18). An evangelical of evangelicals, Calvinist in theology and Puritan in piety, he expounded human sinfulness
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Whyte, Alexander
Whyte, Alexander (1836–1921)Scottish ministerBorn in the small Angus town of Kirriemuir, Whyte was educated at Aberdeen University and the Free Church College in Edinburgh. After four years as assistant minister at Free St. John’s, Glasgow (1866–1870), he became colleague and successor to the famous