Critical Evaluation of Albert Henry Newman (1852-1933), Church Historian
|Author: ||Jonas, William|
This study critiques and analyzes Newman's life and work as a historian. By nineteenth-century standards, he ranked among the best: a brilliant linguist who used this ability to become an expert on the dissenting sects throughout the history of church. He was among the pioneers in the field of Anabaptist studies, and should be classified as one of the foremost historians the Baptists ever produced.