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James Barr Walker (1805–1887)

Walker, James Barr. An American clergyman, journalist, and author; born in Philadelphia, July 29, 1805; died at Wheaton, IL, March 6, 1887. Besides editorial work, he wrote the following: ‘The Philosophy of the Plan of Salvation’ (1855); ‘God Revealed in Nature and in Christ’ (1855); ‘Philosophy of Scepticism and Ultraism’ (1857); ‘The Philosophy of the Divine Operation in the Redemption of Man’ (1862); and ‘The Living Questions of the Age’ (1869).