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Case, Shirley Jackson

(1872–1947). Bap. clergyman, educator, liberal theol.; b. Hatfield Point, N. B., Can.; d. Lakeland, Florida; educ. Acadia U., Wolfville, N. S., Can.; Yale U.; Marburg U.; taught math St. Martins (N. B.) Sem. and Horton Collegiate Academy, Wolfville, N. S., Can.; Gk. at New Hampton (New Hampshire) Lit. Instn.; hist. and philos. of religion at Bates Coll., Lewiston, Maine; ch. hist. and NT interpretation at Chicago U.; religion at School of Religion, Lakeland, Florida Dean Chicago Divinity School 1933–38, (Florida) School of Religion 1939–47. Ed. A Bibliographical Guide to the History of Christianity. Other works include Makers of Christianity from Jesus to Charlemagne; The Evolution of Early Christianity; Jesus: A New Biography; The Social Origins of Christianity. See also Chicago School of Theology.

L. B. Jennings, The Bibliography and Biography of Shirley Jackson Case (Chicago, 1949).


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