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Camden Mccormack Cobern

theologian

Camden Mccormack Cobern, American theologian. Served in British section in France, rank of First lieutenant, Red Cross, 1919.

Background

Cobern, Camden Mccormack was born on April 19, 1855 in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Simon Peter and Mary Ellen (McCormack) Cobern.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Allegheny College, 1876, A.M., 1878. Bachelor of Sacred Theology, Boston University, 1883, Doctor of Philosophy., 1885. Student in England and Germany, 1889-1890.

(Doctor of Divinity, Allegheny College, 1891. Little D., Lawrence College, Wisconsin, 1908).

Career

Ordained Mechanical Engineering ministry, 1878. Pastor in Erie Conference, 1876-1881, Detroit Conference, 1883-1896, Colorado Conference, 1896-1901, in Chicago, 1901-1906. Professor Euglish Bible and philosophy of religion, Allegheny College, September since 1906.

Delaware General Conference, 1896. Member joint commission for the preparation of a common hymnal for the Methodist Episcopal Church and Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1900-1904, etc. Honorary secretary Egyptian Exploration Fund.

Author: Critical Commentary on the Books of Ezekiel and Daniel (Whedon Series), 1901. The New Archeological Discoveries and Their Bearing upon the New Testament and upon the Life and Times of the Primitive Church, 1917, 4th edit., 1921.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Critical Commentary on the Books of Ezekiel and Daniel (Whedon Series), 1901. The New Archeological Discoveries and Their Bearing upon the New Testament and upon the Life and Times of the Primitive Church, 1917, 4th edit., 1921.

Membership

Served in British section in France, rank of First lieutenant, Red Cross, 1919.

Connections

Married Ernestine Craft, September 4, 1883.

father:
Simon Peter Cobern

mother:
Mary Ellen (McCormack) Cobern

spouse:
Ernestine Craft