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theologian

Charles Macaulay Stuart, British theologian. Member of committee Methodist Episcopal Church on Methodist Work in Europe; member committee Federal Council on Relations with France and Belgium.

Background

Stuart, Charles Macaulay was born on August 20, 1853 in Glasgow, Scotland. Son of Lewis and Mary (Home) Stuart.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Kalamazoo (Michigan) College, 1880, A.M., 1883. Bachelor of Divinity, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1883. A.M., Northwestern University, 1887.

Doctor of Divinity, Garrett, 1885, Wesleyan, 1906. Doctor of Letters, Syracuse, 1904, Ohio Wesleyan, 1909. Doctor of Laws, Nebraska Wesleyan, 1909, and Northwestern University, 1912.

Doctor of Humane Letters, Kalamazoo College, 1923.

Career

Ordained Mechanical Engineering ministry, 1880. Pastor River Forest, Illinois, 1880-1883, Fort St. Church, Detroit, 1883-1885. Associate editor Michigan Christian Advocate, 1885-1886.

Assistant editor Northwestern Christian Advocate, 1886-1896. Professor sacred rhetoric, Garrett Biblical Institute, 1896-1909. Editor Northwestern Christian Advocate, 1909-1911.

Elected professor Christian ethics and philosophy of religion, Wesleyan University, Connecticut, June 1911. President Garrett Biblical Institute, Evanston, Illinois, 1911-1924, president emeritus and professor homiletics, retired. Secretary joint hymnal commission Methodist Episcopal Church and Methodist Episcopal Church, South.

Delegate General Conference, 1912, 20, 24. Author: Descriptive Text of Photogravures of the Holy Land, 1890. Life and Selected Writings of Francis Dana Hemenway (with C. F. Bradley and A. W. Patten), 1890.

Gospel Singers and Their Songs (with F. D. Hemenway), 1891. Vision of Christ in the Poets, 1896. Story of the Masterpieces, 1897.

Editor: Methodist Hymnal, 1905. In Memoriam, Charles J. Little, 1912. The Manifold Message of the Gospel, 1913.

Literary and Biographical Studies of Charles J. Little, 1916.

Membership

Member of committee Methodist Episcopal Church on Methodist Work in Europe. Member committee Federal Council on Relations with France and Belgium.

Connections

Married Emma Rachel Littlefield, October 10, 1883.

father:
Lewis Stuart

mother:
Mary (Home) Stuart

spouse:
Emma Rachel Littlefield