Arnold Dallimore (1911–1998), a Canadian Baptist pastor, made his name through publishing a major two-volume biography, in 1970 and 1980, of the transatlantic revivalist George Whitefield. His magnum opus was followed by shorter biographies of Edward Irving, Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Charles Wesley and Susanna Wesley. This chapter assesses the ways in which Dallimore’s Calvinistic soteriology and pastoral instinct shaped his narratives. His didactic method aimed to edify evangelical readers and to warn against false notions concerning conversion, revival and charismatic gifts.