James Morison
b. 1816 – d. 1893 • Evangelist • Religious group founder
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Morison, James
Morison, James (1816–93), founder of the ‘*Evangelical Union’. Educated at Edinburgh University, he was trained for the ministry of the *United Secession Church. In 1839 he was appointed to the charge of Cabrach and in 1840 to a church at Kilmarnock. His preaching of the universal atonement of Christ
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Morison, James
Morison, James (1816–1893)Scottish minister; founder of the Evangelical UnionBorn into a Seceder manse in West Lothian, Morison was educated at Edinburgh University and in 1839 was ordained and inducted into a United Secession charge in Kilmarnock. From the beginning Morison proved himself a compelling