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Octavius Winslow D.D. Posted Image Born (1808-08-01)August 1, 1808
Pentonville, England Died March 5, 1878(1878-03-05) (aged 69)
Brighton, England Occupation Pastor, author Religion Christian (Reformed Baptist & Anglican in his last decade) Spouse Hannah Ann Ring
(April 2, 1834) Children John Whitmore, (1834 America), Hannah (1835 America), Mary (1837 America), James (1840), Thomas (1842), Emma (1845), Sarah Johanna (1848), Octavius Evans (1850), Georgiana Lyndhurst (1853), Lyndhurst (1855) Parents Thomas and Mary Winslow




Over the years he had written more than 40 books, in which he promoted an experimental knowledge of the precious truths of God. Several of his books have been reprinted in recent years. In his time, Winslow was a popular speaker for special occasions, such as the meeting held for the opening of Charles Spurgeon's Metropolitan Tabernacle in 1861.
Spurgeon’s remarks about him is worth bearing in mind. He says while commenting on “No Condemnation In Christ“:
“ Dr. Winslow is always sound and sweet; but his works are better adapted for general readers than for students. He is extremely diffuse. ”
His remark on “Soul Depths and Soul Heights” is rather unkind however:
“ Not very deep nor very high, but pleasant spiritual reading. ”
Some suggest there was some antagonism between the two with Winslow endeavoring to be broader than Spurgeon could allow.

bio from http://en.wikipedia....ctavius_Winslow

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