Church, College, and Clergy: A History of Theological Education at Knox College, Toronto, 1844-1994

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McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, 1995 - 261 páginas
Church, College, and Clergy commemorates the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of Knox College in Toronto. Founded in 1844, it is the oldest, largest, and most influential Presbyterian theological school in Canada. Brian Fraser traces the history of the college and examines how Presbyterians in Canada educated the leaders who ensured the preservation and propagation of their culture.
Using the writings of faculty members, Fraser describes the evolution of theological education at Knox College and, by extension, the ministry and mission of the Presbyterian Church of Canada.
 

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Illustrations ix and following page
3
Founding Visions 1844185o
18
Conflicting Strategies 185o187o
55
Broadening Perspectives 187o189o67
67
Creating a Progressive College 189o19o5
91
Promoting the United Church of Canada
115
Reconstructing the Continuing Church
140
Diverging Views 19451977
165
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Brian J. Fraser is dean of St Andrew's Hall and associate professor of church history, Vancouver School of Theology.

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