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Clergyman

Arthur Stephen Hoyt, American clergyman.

Background

Hoyt, Arthur Stephen was born on June 3, 1851 in Meridian, New York, United States. Son of Stephen Close and Betsey Ann (Barnes) Hoyt.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Hamilton College, 1872. Graduate Auburn Theological Seminary, 1878. (Doctor of Divinity, Hamilton, 1891).

Career

Tutor Robert College, Constantinople, Turkey, 1872-1875. Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1878. Pastor Oregon, Illinois, 1879-1886.

Professor of English literature public speaking, Hamilton College, 1886-1891. Professor homiletics and sociology, Auburn Theological Seminary, since 1891. Author: The Work of Preaching, 1906.

Public Worship for Non-liturgical Churches, 1911. The Vital Elements of Preaching, 1914. The Pulpit and American Life, 1921.

The Spiritual Message of Modern English Poetry, 1923. Home: Auburn, New York.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Work of Preaching, 1906. Public Worship for Non-liturgical Churches, 1911. The Vital Elements of Preaching, 1914.The Pulpit and American Life, 1921. The Spiritual Message of Modern English Poetry, 1923.

Connections

Married M. Emma Hewson, October 9, 1879.

father:
Stephen Close Hoyt

mother:
Betsey Ann (Barnes) Hoyt

spouse:
M. Emma Hewson