Francisco Lacueva was born in Barcelona, Spain, in 1911 where he was ordained as a Catholic priest. He received a doctorate in dogmatic theology from the Pontifical University of Salamanca and became the Magisterial Canon of the cathedral of Tarazona. His conversion to Protestant Christianity took place in 1961 through his personal contact with the founder of Editorial CLIE, pastor and author Samuel Vila. In 1962 he began to preach in evangelical churches. He moved to England, where he married and worked with various evangelical organizations. Later he moved to Guatemala, where he served as professor at the Theological Seminary of Central America, then returned to Sapin, where he taught at the Bible institute in Galicia. After the death of his wife he returned to England to be near his daughters. He was a prolific author and wrote numerous books published by Editorial CLIE.
|Publish Date||Dec 24, 2008|