Dr. Arthur Tappan (A.T.) Pierson (1837-1911) was a prominent Presbyterian minister, mission theorist, and Bible expositor. He received his education at Hamilton College (B.A., 1857) and Union Theological Seminary, New York (B.D., 1860). Among his pastorates were the Bethany Tabernacle in Philadelphia and Spurgeon's London Tabernacle in England. He was a leading promoter of the Student Volunteer Movement (SVM) and was editor of The Missionary Review of the World. He was a popular speaker at pre-millennial bible prophecy conferences and various "higher life" and holiness gatherings, especially those related to the Keswick movement. For a time he served as president of Gordon College. After his death admirers established the Pierson Bible College in Seoul, Korea in his honor. Many of his books have remained popular and are currently in print more than eighty years after his death.
1837 March 6 Born, New York City 1857 Graduated, Hamilton College, New York 1860 Graduated, Union Theological Seminary 1860-1863 Pastor, Binghamton, New York 1861 Ordained 1863-1869 Pastor, Waterford(town), New York 1869-1882 Pastor, Detroit, Michigan 1874 Awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity, Knox College 1882-1883 Pastor, Indianapolis, Indiana 1891-1893 Pastor, Metropolitan Tabernacle, London, England 1902-1903 Pastor, Christ Church, London, England 1911 June 3 Died
Arthur T. Pierson: A Biography by Delavan Pierson
The Life of Arthur T. Pierson & Pyeongtaek University, (editor) Kwang Hee Lee, (publisher) Ki Hung Cho, Pyeongtaek, Korea, Published September 17, 2007, 44 pp., illustrated in color, 19 x 13 cm, color pictorial stiff paper binding.
Have you taken a DNA test for genealogy? If so, login to add it. If not, see our friends at Ancestry DNA.
Arthur is 19 degrees from Elinor Glyn, 22 degrees from Frances Weidman and 19 degrees from Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.