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Clarke, William Newton (02 December 1841–14 January 1912), Baptist theologian, was born in Cazenovia, New York, the son of William Clarke, a Baptist minister who served many pulpits in northern New York, and Urania Miner. Clarke was educated at Madison College (now Colgate University), where he earned a B.A. in 1861, and at Hamilton Seminary (1861–1863). Following seminary, he served several Baptist congregations: Keene, New Hampshire, 1863–1869; Newton Centre, Massachusetts, 1869–1880; Montreal, Canada, 1880–1883; and Hamilton, New York, 1887–1890. Clarke married Emily A. Smith in 1869. Increasing problems with an injury sustained to his knee and elbow in an 1883 fall on the ice led him to seek more academic employment. He taught the New Testament briefly at Toronto Baptist College from 1883 to 1887, but his major academic post was as professor of theology at Colgate Seminary, where he served from 1890 to 1908. Clarke lectured thereafter in Christian ethics until 1912....

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Fuller, Richard (22 April 1804–20 October 1876), Baptist theologian and pastor, was born in Beaufort, South Carolina, the son of Thomas Fuller and Elizabeth Middleton, cotton planters. He was educated at Beaufort College, a Baptist preparatory school, under William T. Brantley, a distinguished southern Baptist clergyman. In 1822 he suffered from a pulmonary infection that nearly cost his life. He graduated from Harvard College in 1824 with an A.B....

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Macintosh, Douglas Clyde (18 February 1877–06 July 1948), Baptist minister and theologian, was born in Breadalbane, Ontario, Canada, the son of Peter Macintosh and Elizabeth Charlotte Everett, farmers. Raised in an evangelical home and especially influenced by the piety of his mother, he experienced a religious awakening when he was ten years old and a conversion at fourteen that led to his joining the local Baptist church. He taught in country schools for a time, and in 1897 he served a mission congregation in Marthaville, Ontario, and did evangelistic work among churches in the Baptist Convention of Ontario and Quebec. His self-guided readings included the works of ...