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Peter Marshall


Peter Marshall was born in Coatbridge, Scotland May 27, 1902. He became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1938. Marshall served as Chaplain of the United States Senate (from 1947 until his death), where great crowds gathered to hear him pray. He often spoke concerning family life and placed women on a pedestal. Of death he said, “When the clock strikes for me, I shall go, not one minute early, and not one minute late. Until then, there is nothing to fear.” He died January 25, 1949, three hours after suffering his second heart attack. Senator Vandenberg (MI) said of Marshall: “He always spoke with courage, with deepest human understanding, and with stimulating hope.”


Posts tagged Apologetics Heroes
Where Are The Heroes Now?

There was a time in these United States when youth was inspired by Hero Worship. Lives of Washington and others were published in country town and exchanged by travelling peddlers for anything farmers had to sell. Those were the days when a picture of Washing or Lincoln adorned every school room wall…

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