1758 – born in Prince George’s County 1783 – A preacher. 1789 – He visited New England and established Methodism from the Connecticut River to the farthest settlement in Maine. 1787 – He formed the first Methodist class in New England, at Stratford, Conn.on the 26th of September. 1789 – His labors as an itinerant ..
1514 – He was born in Giffordgate, Scotland this year. 1540 – Knox was first mentioned as a priest this year. 1543 – He was still an ordained Catholic clergyman this year. 1545 – Knox first publicly professed the Protestant faith about the end this year. 1546 – He went on ..
English Anglican clergyman and novelist formulated muscular Christianity wrote historical novels "Westward Ho!" 1855, "Hereward the Wake&..
US administrator and historian professor of history at Yale University 1928-1954 chairman of Board of National Estimates..
1637 – Thomas Ken, born in Little Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire, SE England, UK on the month of July. He English churchman, was the most eminent of the English non-juring bishops, and one of the fathers of modern English hymnology 1652 – He entered Winchester College. 1656 – Became a student of Hart Hall, Oxford. 1657 – ..
1920 AD – Born on May 18th in Wadowice, Poland. 1954-1958 AD – He was a professor of moral philosophy at Catholic University in Lublin. – A Catholic bishop of Ombi. 1960 AD – He wrote the play "The Goldsmith Shop" under pseudonym Andrej Jawien. 1963 AD – Became ..
1892 – Born in Darlington Heights, Prince Edward County, Virginia on the 22nd of April. 1920 – He was an American minister and civil rights leader who was active in the struggle for civil rights for African Americans. – He is considered the father of the American Civil Rights Movement, having laid the ..
English author, Anglican prelate. 1860 – Born 6th of June at Crayke, Yorkshire, England. Educated at Eton College and at King’s College, Cambridge. 1888 – He was a tutor at Hertford College, Oxford. – Ordained as a deacon. 1907 – Professor of divinity at Jesus College, Cambridge, holding the Lady Margaret’s Professor of Divinity ..
1586 – Born on July 7th in Markfield, Leicestershire, England. A prominent British American colonial clergyman and a founder of Hartford, sometimes called “the father of American democracy”. 1626 – After preaching briefly in the parish of Esher in Surrey, England, Hooker became lecturer to the Church of St. Mary at Chelmsford, Essex, where he ..
US Mormon prelate 15th president of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 1..