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Marion John Bradshaw

Clergyman , educator

Marion John Bradshaw, American clergyman, educator. Member American Philosophical Association, Theta Pi, Compiler of The War and Religion, 1919.

Background

Bradshaw, Marion John was born on December 14, 1886 in Salem, Ohio, United States. Son of Lewis C. and Elizabeth A. (Barber) Bradshaw.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Hiram (O.) College, 1911, Master of Arts, 1912. Studied Columbia, 1914-1918. Bachelor of Divinity, summa cum laude, Union Theological Seminary, 1917.

Studied Harvard, 1921-1923, Marburg, Germany, summers, 1922, 24. Doctor of Divinity, University of Maine, 1930.

Career

Preacher Ada, O., 1911. Ordained ministry Christian (Disciples) Church, 1912. Pastor Union Church, Palisade, New Jersey, 1916-1918.

Assistant systematic theological, Union Theological Seminary, 1917-1919. Professor philosophy, Hiram College, 1919-1920. Secretary Congressional Education Society, 1921.

Pastor Riverside Memorial Church, Haverhill, Massachusetts, 1922-1923. Professor religious thought, Grinnell (Iowa) College, 1923-1925. Professor philosophy of religion, Bangor Theological Seminary since 1925.

Pastor Universalist chs., Guilford-Sangerville, 1930-1934. Hazen lecturer, Middlebury Convocation, 1937. Lecturer on travel subjects, public affairs.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Third Class World, 1938. Philosophical Foundations of Faith, 1941. The Maine Land, 1941.The Nature of Maine, 1944. The Maine Scene, 1947.

Membership

Member American Philosophical Association, Theta Pi, Compiler of The War and Religion, 1919.

Connections

Married Bessie Baumgardner, August 17, 1912. Children: Jane (Mistress Alvin Aisenberg), Peter.

father:
Lewis C. Bradshaw

mother:
Elizabeth A. (Barber) Bradshaw

spouse:
Bessie Baumgardner

child:
Jane Bradshaw (Mistress Alvin Aisenberg)

child:
Peter Bradshaw