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Rev. Prof. Dr. F.N. Lee
How long will You not depart from me?
‘What is man, that You should magnify him — and that You should set Your heart on him? And that You should visit him every morning, and test him every moment? How long will You not depart from me, or leave me alone till I swallow down my spittle (quickly, for the last time)? I have sinned. What shall I do to You, O You Preserver of men? Why have You set me up as a mark against …
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Rev. Prof. Dr Francis Nigel Lee
Dr Francis Nigel Lee was born in 1934 in the Westmorland County of Cumbria (in Great Britain). He was the great-grandson of a fiery preacher whose family disintegrated when he backslid. Though Dr Lee’s father was an Atheist, he married a Roman Catholic, who raised her son in that faith.
At the onset of the Second World War, Dr Lee’s father was appointed by the Royal Navy as Chief Radar Officer (South Atlantic). So the family then moved to South Africa. There, Dr Lee became a Calvinist, had the great joy of leading both of his parents to Christ and became Minister of God’s Word and Sacraments in the Reformed Church of Natal.