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S. Earl Taylor

religious organization administrator

S. Earl Taylor, religious organization administrator.

Background

Taylor, S. Earl was born on April 26, 1873 in New Hampton, Iowa, United States. Son of Charles H. and Elizabeth Taylor.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Upper Iowa U., Fayette, Iowa, 1893, Master of Arts, 1895. Bachelor of Divinity, Drew Theological Seminary, 1899. Post-graduate work, New York University.

(Doctor of Laws, University of Chattanooga, 1913).

Career

Connected with Board of Foreign Missions Methodist Episcopal Church since 1902. Corresponding secretary, 1912-1921. Has been secretary Student Volunteer Movement, also of International Young Men’s Christian Association, Young People’s Missionary Department Mechanical Engineering Church, and Laymen’s Missionary Movement Methodist Episcopal Church.

Executive secretary Centenary Movement of Methodist Episcopal Church, 1917-1919. Director general Centenary Celebration of America Methodism, Columbus, Ohio, July 1919. General secretary Interch.

World Movement of N.A., 1919-1920. Author: Price of Africa, 1902. Joint Author: Studies in the Life of Christ.

Studies in the Apostolic Church. Studies in Old Testament History. Lecturer on missionary topics.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Price of Africa, 1902. Joint Author: Studies in the Life of Christ. Studies in the Apostolic Church.Studies in Old Testament History. Lecturer on missionary topics.

Connections

Married Amber Swem, of Epworth, Iowa, September 18, 1895.

father:
Charles H.

mother:
Elizabeth Taylor

spouse:
Amber Swem