(18811937). Fundamentalist theol.; b. Baltimore, Maryland; instr. 190614, asst. prof. 191429 Princeton (New Jersey) Theol. Sem.; withdrew in protest against liberalisin; helped found Westminster Theol. Sem., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1929; helped form Indep. Rd. for Presb. For. Missions, Inc., 1933: suspended from ministry 1935/36; helped organize Presb. Ch. of Am. 1936 (name changed 1939 to Orthodox Presb. Ch.). Works include The Origin of Paul's Religion; Christianity and Liberalism; The Virgin Birth of Christ. See also Presbyterian Churches, 4 d.
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