1593 – He was born on the 3rd day of April this year in Montgomery, Wales. He studied and graduated both in graduating from Westminster School and in Trinity College, Cambridge. 1618 – He was appointed Reader in Rhetoric at Cambridge. 1620 – He was elected to the post of "public orator", whose ..
US author and Unitarian clergyman wrote short stories "The Man Without a Country" 1863, "The Brick Moon" 1869 (1st story describing an artificial satellite) nephew of Edward Everett grandnephew of N..
French Catholic bishop, politician, and rev..
1853 – Born on January 22nd in Wimbledon, Surrey, England. English theologian, Anglican bishop, and an exponent of the liberal tendency within the Anglo-Catholic movement. 1892 – Gore founded the Community of the Resurrection, a religious community of men with a stong Christian social commitment. 1894 – He began a seven-year ministry as canon of ..
US insurance businessman founded GEICO Corp. 1936 president of GEICO Corp. 1948-1958 chairman of GEICO Corp…
1834 – His Eminence James Cardinal Gibbons, born on the 23rd of July in Baltimore, Maryland. He was an American prelate, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Baltimore. 1866 – He became the second man from the United States to be made a cardinal. 1867 – He was consecrated titular bishop of Adramyttium at the age ..
English clergyman and historian wrote "The History of the Holy War" 1639, "Church History of Britain" 1655, unfinished "History of the Worthies of Bri..
1937 – Robert Fulghum was born 4th of June is an US author and Unitarian clergyman. 1960-1964 – Worked as a Unitarian minister at the Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship in Bellingham, Washington. 1986 – He came to fame in the US when his first collection, All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten stayed ..
1754 – Born on February 6th in Wicken, Cambridgeshire, England. English Baptist minister and theologian. He is remembered as a founder and first secretary of the Baptist Missionary Society. – Andrew Fuller’s greatest work is The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation. 1770 – Fuller joined the Soham Baptist Church, Cambridgeshire, and five years ..
1759 – Born on April 22nd in Charleston, Massachusetts. Minister of King’s Chapel in Boston for 43 years, was the first preacher in America to call himself a Unitarian. 1773-1777 – He attended Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts and, despite the disprutions caused by the Revolutionary War, for a time afterwards pursued theological studies as ..