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theologian

Eugene Craighead Caldwell, American theologian.

Background

Caldwell, Eugene Craighead was born on August 17, 1876 in Rock Hill, South Carolina, United States. Son of Alfred Shorter and Lizzie (Hutchison) Caldwell.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Hampden-Sydney (Virginia) College, 1898, A.M., 1899, Doctor of Laws, 1923. Bachelor of Divinity, Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, 1904. Doctor of Divinity, Austin College, Sherman, Texas, 1910.

Career

Professor English, Hampden-Sydney College, 1898-1899, Hoge Military Academy, Blackstone, Virginia, 1899-1901. Hoge fellow, Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, 1904-1905. Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1905.

Pastor Leaksville and Wentworth, North Carolina, 1905-1906. Ball professor O.T. language and exegesis, Austin (Texas) Theological Seminary, 1906-1914. Professor O.T. language and exegesis, 1914-1915, professor New Testament exegesis, since 1915, Union Theological Seminary in Virginia Stone lecturer, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1918.

Connections

Married Margaret Beverley McCormick, February 9, 1904 (died, 1929). Children: Virginia Beverley, Caroline Elizabeth, Eugene Craighead.

father:
Alfred Shorter Caldwell

mother:
Lizzie (Hutchison) Caldwell

spouse:
Margaret Beverley McCormick

child:
Virginia Beverley Caldwell

child:
Caroline Elizabeth Caldwell

child:
Eugene Craighead Caldwell