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Clergyman

Elbert Clarence Lane, American clergyman. Member Society Biblical Literature and Exegesis, National Association Biblical Instrs., Archaeol. Society, Foreign Policy Association, Sigma Alpha Epsilon.; Club: Connecticut Congregational.

Background

Lane, Elbert Clarence was born on July 19, 1870 in Jackson, Michigan, United States. Son of Joshua Smith and Myra A. (Knight) Lane.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Adrian (Michigan) College, 1893, A. B., 1894, Doctor of Divinity, 1926. Postgraduate University of Michigan, 1894-1895, University of Chicago, 1922-1923, University of Berlin, 1923. Bachelor of Divinity, Hartford (Connecticut) Theological Seminary, 1912.

Career

Instructor in Latin. Adrian College, 1893-1894. Principal high school, Riverside, Illinois, 1895-1896. Pastor Methodist protestant chs., Springdale, Pennsylvania, 1897-1899, Amity, 1899-1903, Pittsburgh, 1903-1905, New Brighton, 1905-1909, Community Church, Wilson, Connecticut, 1909-1921.

Instructor in Hebrew and Greek, Hartford Theological Seminary, 1912-1921, associate professor, 1921-1926, professor, 1926-1939, professor emeritus, since 1939, acting dean, 1938. Honorary lecturer American School Oriental Research, Jerusalem, 1935. Lecturer in New Testament, Hartford School Religious Education, 1943-1944.

Lecturer Near East School Theology, Beirut, Syria. Trustee Adrian College, 1922-1931.

Membership

Member Society Biblical Literature and Exegesis, National Association Biblical Instrs., Archaeol. Society, Foreign Policy Association, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Club: Connecticut Congregational.

Connections

Married Ida Jane Haley, August 8, 1894.

father:
Joshua Smith Lane

mother:
Myra A. (Knight) Lane

spouse:
Ida Jane Haley