(18811944). Angl. theol.; b. Exeter, Eng.; educ. Rugby and Oxford; headmaster Repton 191014; chaplain to king 191521; canon Westminster 191921; bp. Manchester 192129; abp. York 192942, Canterbury 194244. At first somewhat liberal, later more orthodox; active in educ. and soc. work and ecumenical* movement; mem. Labor Party. Works include Christus Veritas (Eng. title Christ the Truth); Christian Faith and Life; Nature, Man and God; Christianity and Social Order; Fellowship with God. See also Dialectical Realism.
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