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MONOD, Theodore, French clergyman, born in Paris, France, 6 November, 1836. He is the son of Reverend Frederic Monod, a French Protestant clergyman. He studied law in 1855-'8, came to the United States, and, deciding to prepare for the ministry, spent the two succeeding years in Western theological seminary, Alleghany, Pennsylvania From 1860 till 1863 he labored among the French Canadians in Illinois. Returning to Paris, he succeeded to his father's pastorate, preaching there until 1875. During the next three years he travelled as agent of the " Mission interieure," but in 1878 he accepted a call from a congregation in Paris. From 1875 till 1879 he edited "Le Liberateur," which is now absorbed in the "Bulletin de la mission interieure." His writings embrace" Regardant h Jesus" (1862 ; English translation, " Looking unto Jesus," New York, 1864);" The Gift of God" (London, 1876; French ed., Paris, 1877); and "Life More Abundant " (188l).
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