Birthdays on January 15

Jacob Gartenhaus (1896 to 1984)
Protestant
Not All Jews Reject the Messiah

Jacob Gartenhaus was born in Austria. He became the, founder and first president of the International Board of Jewish Missions. This evangelical, interdenominational mission ministered to Jews both in the United States and in nearly a dozen countries overseas.

Frederick George Kenyon (1863 to 1952)
Protestant
His Science Affirmed the Bible

Frederick George Kenyon was born in London. Closely associated with the British Museum throughout his professional life, he devoted himself to discovering Biblical parallels in ancient Greek papyrii, making them intelligible to laymen, and convincing laymen that science does not disprove the Bible. His most reprinted work has been Our Bible and The Ancient Manuscripts(1895, rev. 1939).


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