Henry Coray

A graduate of Wheaton College and Westminster Theological Seminary, Henry W. Coray was a missionary in China prior to the outbreak of World War II. He served the Orthodox Presbyterian church in Sunnydale, California, and was active as a home missionary near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, before his retirement in 1971. The father of four children, he is the author of the following books: The Coach at West Mackenzie, The Deep Thunder, Son of Tears (a novel of the life of Augustine), The Rebel Prince, Who Upset the Coach, J. Gresham Machen—A Silhouette, and an essay on John Witherspoon in the book Heroic Colonial Christians.

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Against the World
by Henry Coray
from Inheritance Publications
Biography for 5th-8th grade
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