Maclay is the 14th subject in A Noble Company, volume 7.

6th Jul 2016

Archibald Maclay (1776-1860) "may not be remembered as a great philosopher or royal tutor, but he did become an important Christian leader in nineteenth-century New York. His pastoral ministry went beyond the walls of his own church and included his involvement in higher education both theological and secular, a zeal for missions, and work on a new version of the English Bible. Moving from Presbyterianism through Congregationalism to solid Baptist convictions, Maclay helped found a university that thrives to this day, as well as Bible and tract societies that made a significant impact on trans-Atlantic evangelicalism." --Ian Hugh Clary