The generosity of his friends enabled him to go to Homerton College , London , where he stayed for four years. He received a call to the Independent church at Wem , Salop , and after five years moved to Oswestry . There he delivered a series of lectures on the Atonement which attracted considerable attention. Published in book form, the lectures ran through several editions, including one in Welsh . In 1834 he moved to Stafford where he published a book on the Holy Spirit. Ill health having compelled him to leave Stafford , he went to Germany and became a student at Halle University where Tholuck and Gesenius were professors . He was then offered the chair of theology at Coward College , London . In 1850 when this college was amalgamated with others he moved to Rochester where he d. 26 May 1858 . He wrote several articles for Cassell 's Popular Educator and the Quarterly Review .
Rev. Richard Griffith Owen, M.A., (1890-1973), Bangor
Published date: 1959