See also:nonconformist divine, was
See also:born in
See also:London on the 19th of
See also:April 1826 . For some years he worked as an apprentice in the London docks, and then entered the Baptist
See also:College at Stepney . In 1851 he became pastor of a Baptist
See also:church at
See also:Southsea, removing in 1855 to Hyde, and in 1863 to Nottingham . He was
See also:president of the Baptist Association in 1873 and received the degree of D.D. from St Andrews in 1882 .
See also:Cox had distinct gifts as a biblical expositor and was the founder and first editor of a monthly journal The Expositor (1875-1884) . Among the best known of his numerous theological publicationsare SalvatorMundi (1877), A Commentary on the
See also:Book of
See also:Job (188o), The Larger Hope (1883) .
RICHARD COX (I3oo ?–1581)
SAMUEL HANSON COX (1793-1880)
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