Robert Chapman: A Biography

Robert Chapman was one of the most respected Christians of his generation. His life cannot help but challenge the Lord’s people to deepen their devotion to Christ and love others more selflessly.

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Although he is not widely known today, Robert Chapman was one of the most respected Christians of his generation. His caring and humble attitude had a marked impact on the lives of such men as George Müller, J. Hudson Taylor, John Nelson Darby, and Charles Spurgeon. These notable men agreed that Chapman was a giant among them. This remarkable man served God in the small town of Barnstaple, England, during the nineteenth century. Chapman deliberately avoided publicity because he did not want the attention that rightly belonged to the Lord. Yet at the end of his life he was known throughout the world for his great compassion, wisdom, and love. He is noted as saying, “My business is to love and not to seek that others shall love me.” Robert Chapman: A Biography cannot help but challenge the Lord’s people to deepen their devotion to Christ and love others more selflessly.

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Weight 0.6 lbs
Dimensions 5.5 × 8.5 × 0.25 in
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Page Count

210

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Endorsements of Robert Chapman: A Biography

“J.C. Ryle you’ve likely heard of, likewise J.N. Darby and C.H. Spurgeon. But what of R.C. Chapman? What if I told you that Darby said of Chapman, “he lives what I teach”? And that Spurgeon referred to Chapman as “the saintliest man I ever knew”? Would you want to learn more about this Victorian-era figure? If so, I would counsel you to procure Robert L. Peterson’s biography of Robert Chapman, Apostle of Love….a well-paced and interesting account of Chapman’s life and ministry.”

– Mark Tubbs discerningreader.com

“This is a fascinating and inspiring account of a little known saintly man and provides some interesting insights into the churches of the 19th century and the growth of the Brethren movement. You can’t read this and fail to be humbled by the example of such a Christ-like man while, at the same time, being drawn afresh to the Christ he served so selflessly and faithfully for so many years.”

– John Brand Principal, Faith Mission Bible College, Edinburgh

Read John Brand’s full review of this book!