Keswick was one of the earliest expressions of Christian unity and a major force in the world missions movement. John C. Pollock, a widely acclaimed Christian biographer, unravels the story of how the convention began and how it grew, and of the many great personalities who have figured in its history.
Rev. Dr. John Charles Pollock is a Cambridge-educated clergyman who became Billy Grahams authorized biographer early in the evangelists career. He has written many other Christian biographies over the past several decades, including the life stories of Wesley, Whitefield, Hudson Taylor, Wilberforce, and John Newton. He and his wife, Anne, reside in Devonshire, England. Ian Randall is Deputy Principal and Lecturer in Church History and Spirituality and Spurgeons College, London, and Senior Research Fellow at the International Baptist Theological Seminary (IBTS) in Prague, Czech Republic. He is the author of several books and many articles on evangelical history.
John C. Pollock unravels the story of how the Keswick convention began and how it grew, and of the many great personalities who have figured in its history.