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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 ..

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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..

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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 ..

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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 ..

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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 ..

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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 ..

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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 ..

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