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Ramsey, Paul (10 December 1913–20 February 1988), theologian and ethicist, was born Robert Paul Ramsey in Mendenhall, Mississippi, the son of John William Ramsey, a Methodist minister, and Mamie McCay. After receiving his B.S. from Millsaps College (1935), he enrolled at Yale Divinity School, earning a B.D. (1940) and Ph.D. (1943). In 1937 he married Effie Register; they had three daughters. Ramsey began his teaching career in 1942 at Garrett Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois; he left Garrett for Princeton University’s new Department of Religion in 1944 and remained there until his retirement in 1982....

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Stringfellow, Frank William (26 April 1928–02 March 1985), lawyer and theologian, was born in Johnston, Rhode Island, the son of Frank Stringfellow, a hosiery mill worker, and Margaret Abbott. Stringfellow grew up in Northampton, Massachusetts, graduated from Bates College in 1949, and was awarded a Rotary International Fellowship to study political theory at the London School of Economics the next year. In 1950 he entered the U.S. Army and served with the Second Armored Division in Germany. Following his army service, he entered the Harvard Law School. He graduated from Harvard in 1956 and joined the ministry team of the East Harlem Protestant Parish as its legal counsel, serving as a lawyer to poor residents in East Harlem....