Octavius Winslow (1808-1878) was one of the renowned and celebrated evangelical preachers of the 19th century. He was ordained as a pastor on July 21, 1833 in New York and later moved to England. His prolific experimental Calvinistic knowledge was a ground for earnestness of his profound preaching. He was a Baptist minister but in his last years of his time he seceded to the Anglican Church. “The Work of The Holy Spirit” is one of his inspirational writings.
The review is by Gerald Guduli, an ordained minister of Church of Central Africa Presbyterian, Nkhoma Synod. Born and reared in Malawi, Guduli is currently pursuing a Th.M. degree in systematic theology from Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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