Théodore Monod

MONOD, Théodore. b. Paris, 6 November 1836; d. Paris, 26 February 1921. The son of a pastor in the French Reformed Church, he was educated at the University of Paris, where he studied law (1855-58). In order to train as a Protestant minister, he went to the USA, to Western Theological Seminary, Pennsylvania. He became a pastor to a French Canadian congregation at Kankakee, Illinois, south of Chicago (1861-63). During these years he published Regardant Jésus (1862, translated as Looking unto Jesus, New York, 1864). On return to France, he became pastor of the Chapelle du Nord, Paris (1864-75), later moving to Saint-Mandé, on the east side of Paris (now in the 12th Arondissement). He edited a...

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