Bachelor of Arts, University Virginia, 1941; Master of Sciences, University Virginia, 1947; Master of Arts, University Virginia, 1948; Doctor of Philosophy, University Virginia, 1949; Bachelor of Divinity, Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1952; Doctor of Theology, Union Theological Seminary, New York City, 1963; postgraduate, U. Zurich, Switzerland, 1964; postgraduate, Mansfield College, Oxford, England, 1970-1971.
Master, Woodberry Forest School, 1947-1949;
instructor mathematics, Tufts U., 1950-1952;
instructor religion, Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, 1952-1954;
fellow, tutor, General Theological Seminary, New York City, 1954-1956;
ordained to ministry, Episcopal Church, 1952;
assistant, Grace Church, New York City, 1954-1955;
assistant chaplain, Columbia, 1955-1956;
head department mathematics, American Academy in Athens, Greece, 1957;
assistant professor New Testament, Episcopal Theological School, 1957-1960;
associate professor, Episcopal Theological School, 1960-1963;
professor Biblical languages, Episcopal Theological School, 1963-1989;
Edmund Swett Rousmaniere professor literature and interpretation New Testament, Episcopal Theological School, 1978-1989;
lecturer Hellenistic Greek, Harvard, 1957-1958, 77-81. Priest associate Church of the Holy Spirit, Wayland, Massachusetts. Director Institute Biblical Langs. and Linguistics, Vanderbilt University, summer 1968.
Visiting professor Greek Andover Newton Theological School, 1968. Visiting professor Hebrew Boston University, 1969. Member heraldry committee Episcopal Church.
Instructor Rhode Island Diocesan School for Ministry, since 1989.
Trustee Boston Theological Institute. Member Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas, Schweizerische Heraldische Gesellschaft, New England Historic-Genealogical Society (member council, chairman committee heraldry), Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Pi (associate) Clubs: Odd Volumes, Barnstable Yacht.
Married Ann Oliver Kirkpatrick, December 17, 1955. Children— Charles L.T., Nathaniel K., Edward V.N., John M.