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Edward Everett Nourse

pastor , professor , Congregational theologian

Edward Everett Nourse, D.D. was an American Congregational theologian.

Background

Nourse, Edward Everett was born on December 24, 1863 in Bayfield, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Joseph Harvey and Isobel Laurie (Rittenhouse) Nourse.

Education

Student Lake Forest Academy and University, 1883-1886, Macalester College, St. Paul, 1886-1887. Bachelor of Arts, Lake Forest U., 1888, Doctor of Divinity, 1907. Graduate Hartford Theological Seminary, 1891, Bachelor of Sacred Theology, 1893.

Post-graduate Hartford Seminary, 1893-1894, University of Jena, 1891-1895.

Career

He served as a pastor at Berlin, Connecticut (1895-98) and afterward at Hartford Theological Seminary, advancing to professor of biblical theology after 1905. He died on April 30, 1929 in West Hartford, Connecticut. Nourse wrote The Epistles of Paul (1911), republished as Selected Epistles of Paul (1915).

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Brief Commentary on The Epistles of Paul, 1911. Contributed many articles on Biblical subjects to New International Encyclopedia and Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics and 3d edit. of Encyclopedia Americana. One of the editors of the Standard Dictionary of the Bible (1909), and New Standard Dictionary of the Bible (1926).

Connections

Married Ettie Fay Silvernail, May 16, 1891. Children: Helen Isobel, Edward Fenn, Harvey Zenos, Ralph Carver.

father:
Joseph Harvey Nourse

mother:
Isobel Laurie (Rittenhouse) Nourse

spouse:
Ettie Fay Silvernail

child:
Ralph Carver Nourse

child:
Helen Isobel Nourse

child:
Edward Fenn Nourse

child:
Harvey Zenos Nourse