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The Metropolitan Tabernacle in 2004
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The Reverend Dr Archibald Geikie Brown (July 18 1844 – April 2 1922) was a Baptist minister and a disciple of the noted Victorian era preacher Charles Spurgeon. He became the Pastor at the famous Metropolitan Tabernacle in London, the church formerly pastored by Spurgeon and other notable preachers.

For a period he was the President of the London Baptist Association and founded a number of Baptist Tabernacles, including his large Tabernacle in the East End of London, which opened in 1872. It was described at the time as "a building for extent and variety of Christian work second only to Mr. Spurgeon's". In the same article, Brown was stated to have been of the most successful students who had trained in the Pastors' College.[1]

In 1887 he and Spurgeon withdrew from the Baptist Union because of the "down grade controversy".[2] In 1897 he preached at Cooper Union in Manhattan in the United States.[3] He published several books of sermons, including 'The Devil's Mission of Amusement' (1889).[4]

Select publications

  • The Glorious Person and Work of the Holy Spirit Addresses by A. G. Brown Pub. Elliot Stock: London, (1896)
  • The Devil's Mission of Amusement (1889)


  1. ^ Spurgeon, Charles H. (1892). Life and Works of Charles H. Spurgeon.  
  2. ^ [1] New York Times Archive
  3. ^ [2] New York Times Archive
  4. ^ [3] New General Catalog of Old Books and Authors

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Religious titles
Preceded by
Thomas Spurgeon
Pastor of the Metropolitan Tabernacle
Succeeded by
Amzi Dixon


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