Broughton Knox

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David Broughton Knox (26 December 1916 - 14 January 1994) was principal of Moore Theological College[1] from 1959 until 1985;[2] and considered by some as the "Father of Contemporary Sydney Anglicanism".[3]

Knox was born in Adelaide and educated at Knox Grammar School and the University of Sydney. He was ordained deacon in 1941 and priest in 1942. After two years as a curate in Cambridge in England he was a RNVR chaplain during World War Two. He began his long association with Moore Theological College in 1947.

References[edit]

  1. ^ ACL
  2. ^ Web Journals
  3. ^ John Mark Ministries website.
Academic offices
Preceded by
Marcus Lawrence Loane
Principal of Moore Theological College
1959–1985
Succeeded by
Peter Frederick Jensen