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Charles Simeon September 24, – November 13,was an English evangelical clergyman.
In he became fellow of King’s College, and took orders, receiving the living of Holy Trinity Church, Cambridge, in the following year. He was at first so unpopular that services were frequently interrupted, and he was often insulted in the horqe.
hkmileticae Having overcome public prejudice, he subsequently gained a remarkable and lasting influence among the undergraduates of the university. Simeon found that their principles were identical and used the essay as the basis for his lectures on sermon composition. Claude’s essay also inspired Simeon to make clear his own theological position, the result being Horae Homileticaehis chief work.
He published hundreds of sermons and outlines of sermons called “sermon skeletons”still in print, that to some were an invitation to clerical plagiarism. His chief work is a commentary on the whole Bible, entitled Horae homileticae London.
The Simeon Trust was established by him for the purpose of acquiring church patronage to perpetuate evangelical clergy in Church of England parishes. It continues to operate to this day. Charles Simeon is often hailed as something of an ancestor of the evangelical movement in the Church of England.
According to the historian Thomas Macaulay, Simeon’s “authority and influence His memorial by the monumental mason Hopper in Holy Trinity Church Cambridgewas described by architectural critic Nikolaus Pevsner as an “epitaph in Gothic forms. Lexicon Search Greek Hebrew Aramaic.
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