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Alcott, Louisa May

Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) was born in Germantown, Pennsylvania, and grew up in the Boston-Concord area of Massachusetts. She received most of her early education from her father, Bronson Alcott, a renowned educator and writer, as well as from Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau, who were family friends. In 1868 she became editor of the children’s magazine Merry’s Museum and published the first volume of Little Women, a novel about four young sisters growing up in a small New England town during the Civil War. Little Women was one of the first American novels to become a classic in children’s literature. It remains one of the best-loved books for girls.


Alexander, Eric J.

Eric J. Alexander is a minister of the Church of Scotland. From 1977–1997, he was senior minister of St. George’s Tron Church in the center of Glasgow. Since then, he has traveled widely preaching and teaching at conferences and seminaries. On two occasions, he was the expositor at the Triennial Urbana Conference of IVCF.


Allberry, Sam

Sam Allberry studied at Wycliffe Hall in Oxford and has worked with Overseas Missionary Fellowship and at St. Ebbe's in Oxford, England. He is currently associate minister of St. Mary's Church, Maidenhead, UK.


Allis, Oswald T.

Oswald T. Allis was professor of Old Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary for seven years, after teaching for nineteen years in the Department of Semitic Philology at Princeton Theological Seminary. He held academic degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, Princeton Theological Seminary, and the University of Berlin.


Anderson, James N.

James N. Anderson (PhD, PhD, University of Edinburgh) is the Carl W. McMurray Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. A member of the Society of Christian Philosophers, he is also an ordained minister and the author of Paradox in Christian Theology and What’s Your Worldview?


Ash, Christopher

Christopher Ash is director of the Cornhill Training Course at The Proclamation Trust—an organization with the primary aim of training preachers and Bible teachers. Previously he served on the pastoral staff of the historic St. Andrew the Great in Cambridge, England.