(18741953). Angl. churchman and mathematician; master of Temple; canon Westminster; bp. Birmingham. Held that religious beliefs must meet the test of rationality and that sciences pointed to spiritual interpretation of reality. Faith must be reformulated to conform to scientific findings. Rejected virgin birth and bodily resurrection of Christ. Wrote Scientific Theory and Religion; The Rise of Christianity. See also Modern Churchmen's Union.
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