Notable Swedish pioneers: Anders Wiberg

Some years ago I came by the 2-volume Dictionary of Evangelical Biography (1730-1860) which I admit is a bit obscure. But I thought I’d trawl its pages for entries on Swedish Christians to learn more about its notable figures and history.  Anders Wiberg (1816-1887) was another key figure in the development of the Baptists in Sweden. Born outside Hudiksvall, which is about two and a half hours drive north of Stockholm, Wiberg was converted at the age of 28 in 1842. Along with the Scottish Methodist missionary George Scott, Wiberg edited Missionstidningen…

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