Drawing from original and little-known sources, Tim Shenton has provided a clear, consistent, and remarkably fair portrait of William Romaine (1714-1795) and the times in which he lived. Read about Romaine’s early years as a student of Oxford University, his appointment as a rector in the Church of England, his profoundly influential ministry in London, and his numerous inspiring relationships with such figures as John and Charles Wesley, George Whitefield, Lady Huntington, and Henry Venn. This book will give you deeper understanding of the eighteenth-century evangelical scene and the impact Romaine had upon it.
About the Author
Tim Shenton is Headmaster of St Martin's School, Bournemouth
This biography of William Romaine is one the 5 best biographies of a christian leader that I have ever read. The opposition this man faced from all sides is an encouragement to me and should encourage all who profess to know CHRIST. A must read.Bruce Lantto 5 stars