BiblicalTraining's mission is to lead disciples toward spiritual growth through deep biblical understanding and practice. We offer a comprehensive education covering all the basic fields of biblical and theological content at different academic levels.
Read More

Chauncey Allen Goodrich

1790-1860. American Congregational clergyman, educator, and lexicographer. Graduate of Yale (1810) and student of Timothy Dwight,* Goodrich at the former's suggestion published Elements of Greek Grammar (1814). He was ordained in that year, engaged in pastoral work, then in 1817 became professor of rhetoric at Yale, where he helped to establish the theological department in 1822. He was professor of preaching and pastoral work from 1838 until his death. As editor of the quarterly Christian Spectator (1828-36) he promoted Nathaniel Taylor's “New Haven Theology.”* He published also several other writings, the most important of these being Select British Eloquence (1852). He also worked on an abridgment of the Webster Dictionary.