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Joseph Judson Taylor

Clergyman

Joseph Judson Taylor, American clergyman.

Background

Taylor, Joseph Judson was born on November 1, 1855 in Henry Company, Virginia, United States. Son of Review Daniel Gray and Martha (King) Taylor.

Education

Master of Arts, University of Richmond, Virginia, 1880. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1880-1881. Doctor of Divinity, Howard College, 1889.

Doctor of Laws, Union U., Tennessee, 1904.

Career

Ordained Baptist ministry, 1876. Pastor Calvary Church, Lexington, Kentucky, 1881-1887, First Church, Mobile, Alabama, 1887-1899, Freemason St. Church, Norfolk, Virginia, 1899-1903. President Georgetown (Kentucky) College, 1903-1907.

Pastor First Church, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1907-1915, First Church, Savannah, Georgia, 1915-1918. Vice president Home Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention, 1884-1887. Author: The Ordinances, 1889.

A Country Preacher, 1894. Christian Science Cult, 1903. Commentary on Mark, 1911.

The Sabbatic Question, 1913. The God of War, 1920. Radiant Hopefulness, 1922.

Home: Lexington, Kentucky Deceased.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Ordinances, 1889. A Country Preacher, 1894. Christian Science Cult, 1903.Commentary on Mark, 1911. The Sabbatic Question, 1913. The God of War, 1920.Radiant Hopefulness, 1922.

Connections

Married Anna Hinton, 1882.

father:
Review Daniel Gray Taylor

mother:
Martha (King) Taylor

spouse:
Anna Hinton