People classified with "Clergy"

Total Cataloged: 5

Anselm of Canterbury
Anselm of Canterbury
Anselm of Canterbury (1033—1109) Saint Anselm was one of the most important Christian thinkers of the eleventh century. He is most famous in philosophy for having discovered and articulated the so-called "ontological argument;" and in theology for his doctrine of the atonement.

Occupation(s): Clergy, Philosopher
Contributions catalogued: 0
Derek Olsen
Derek Olsen
Derek Olsen is a biblical scholar and engaged layman in the Episcopal Church.

Occupation(s): Biblical Scolar, Clergy
Specialty(ies): Philosophy of Religion
Contributions catalogued: 1
Alfred Bryant
Author

Occupation(s): Historian, Ethnologist, Clergy
Specialty(ies): Zulu Language, South Africa
Contributions catalogued: 5
William Craig Brownlee
William Craig Brownlee
William Craig Brownlee (1784 - February 10, 1860) was an American clergyman, professor of languages and author. He was born in Lanarkshire, Scotland and was the fourth son of the Laird of Torfoot. President William McKinley was a distant cousin. Brownlee founded the Philoclean Society at Rutgers in 1825.

Occupation(s): Author, Clergy
Contributions catalogued: 1
John Muehleisen Arnold
Author
An English clergyman, missionary, and author, born at Zell (Württemberg). He was educated in Germany, and after his removal to England was successively missionary of the Church Missionary Society in India and Abyssinia, chaplain to the Bishop of Gibraltar, and chaplain to Saint Mary's Hospital, Paddington, London (1852-61). In 1850...

Occupation(s): Author, Clergy, Missionary
Specialty(ies): Islamic History
Contributions catalogued: 4