FORNEY, CHRISTIAN HENRY: Church of God; b. at West Hanover, Pa., Oct. 17, 1839. He studied at Oberlin College, but left before taking a degree, and was ordained to the ministry in 1860. After being professor in Mount Joy Academy, ^a., and also pastor of the church of his denomination in the same village 1860-63, he held pastorates at Chambersburg, Pa. (1863--66), Fourth Street Church, Harrisburg, Pa. (1866-68), and Lancaster City, Pa. (1868-70). He was assistant editor of The Church Advocate, the organ of his denomination, 1866-69, and has been editor-in-chief since 1869. He was first chaplain of the Pennsylvania Houei of Representatives in 1868-69, and since 1866 has been president of the General Eldership of the Church of God, besides being a member of many boards and committees of the same denomination. He describes himself as "orthodox, evangelical, postmillenarian, antidenominational, three monumental ordinances-baptism, washing the saints' feet, and communion-Arminian in theology." Besides revising and editing J. Winnebrenner's Brief View of the Church of God (Harrisburg, Pa., 1885) and Sermon on Baptism (1885), and M. P. Jewett's The Mode and Subjects of Bap tism (1905), he has written The Christian Ordinances (1883) and Philosophic Basis of Ordinances and Bible Doctrine of Sanctification (1905).
FORREST, DAVID WILLIAM: United Free Church of Scotland; b. at Glasgow May 16, 1856. He studied at the University of Glasgow (M.A., 1878), the United Presbyterian College, Edinburgh (1877-80), and the University of Leipsic (1880). He has been minister of Saffronhall Church, Hamilton (1882-87), United Presbyterian Church, Moffat (1887-94), Wellington Church, Glasgow (1894-
* The Formula of Concord consists of two parts, the Epi tome and the Solida repetitio et declaratio, each divided into twelve articles, as follows: i., of original sin; ii., of free will; iii., of justification by faith; iv., of good works; v., of the Law and the Gospel; vi., of the third use of the' Law; vii.. of the Lord's Supper; viii., of the person of Christ; ix., of Christ's descent into hell; x., of church usages and ceremonies called adiaphora; xi., of God's foreknowledge and election; xii.. of several heresies and sects. The second part repeats at greater length what is concisely stated in the Epitome with confirmatory quotations.
1899), United Free Church, Skelmorlie, Wemyss Bay (1899-1903), and North Morningside United Free Church, Edinburgh (since 1903). He was Kerr Lecturer at Edinburgh in 1897 and a lecturer at Yale in 1901. He has written The Christ of History and of Experience (Kerr Lectures; Edinburgh, 1897) and The Authority of Christ (1906).
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