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Clergyman

Howard Agnew Johnston, American clergyman.

Background

Johnston, Howard Agnew was born on June 29, 1860 in Greene County, Ohio, United States. Son of David Steele and Eliza Elmira (Bogle) Johnston.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Cincinnati, 1882 (Phi Beta Kappa). Bachelor of Divinity, Lane Theological Seminary, 1885. Doctor of Philisophy, University of Wooster, 1889.

Doctor of Divinity, Parsons College, Iowa, 1894. Doctor of Laws, Carroll College, 1930.

Career

Montfort; married second, Mistress Ida C. Lamson, March 15, 1917 (died 1929). Married 3d, Grace A. Young, October 28, 1930. Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1885.

Pastor Seventh Church, Cincinnati, 1884-1890, Central Church, Des Moines, Iowa, 1890-1893, Forty-first St. Church, Chicago, 1893-1899, Madison Avenue Church, New York, 1899-1905. Special representative Presbyterian Church to its missions in Asia, 1905-1907. Pastor First Church, Colorado Springs, 1908-1910, First Church, Stamford, Connecticut, 1910-1917.

Conference and institutional work, Chicago, 1917-1920. President Chicago Church Federation, 1920-1923. Pastor Immanuel Presbyterian Church, Milwaukee, since 1923.

Author: Moses and the Pentateuch, 1891. Studies in God’s Methods of Training Workers, 1900. Bible Criticism and the Average Man, 1902.

Studies for Personal Workers, 1903. Scientific Faith, 1904. The Beatitudes of Christ, 1905.

The Famine and the Bread, 1908. Victorious Manhood, 1909. Enlisting for Christ and the Church, 1919.

Scientific Christian Thinking, 1922. The Son of Nicodemus, 1925. We Can Surely Believe.

A Christian Answer to Current Atheism, 1928. Home: Milwaukee, Wis.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Moses and the Pentateuch, 1891. Studies in God’s Methods of Training Workers, 1900. Bible Criticism and the Average Man, 1902.Studies for Personal Workers, 1903. Scientific Faith, 1904. The Beatitudes of Christ, 1905.The Famine and the Bread, 1908. Victorious Manhood, 1909. Enlisting for Christ and the Church, 1919.Scientific Christian Thinking, 1922. The Son of Nicodemus, 1925. We Can Surely Believe.A Christian Answer to Current Atheism, 1928.

Connections

Married Mary Este Hubbard, October 21, 1885 (died 1909).; married second, Mistress.; married 3d, Grace A. Young, October 28, 1930.

father:
David Steele Johnston

mother:
Eliza Elmira (Bogle) Johnston

spouse:
Mary Este Hubbard

spouse:
Mistress

spouse:
Grace A. Young