Clarence Skinner (minister)
Clarence Russell Skinner (1881–1949) was a Universalist Minister, Teacher, and Dean of the Crane School of Theology at Tufts University. Born in Lexington, Massachusetts. He wrote several books that had a substantial influence on Universalism in America in the twentieth century: The Social Implication of Universalism in 1915. A Religion for Greatness in 1945, and, posthumously, Worship and a Well Ordered Life published in 1959. The Unitarian Universalist Association's Skinner House Books imprint is named for him.
Born March 23, 1881, Brooklyn NY.
1904, BA St. Lawrence University, New York
1906, Ordained to Universalist ministry
1906-1911, Minister at Universalist Church, Mount Vernon, NY
1911-1914, Minister at Grace Universalist Church, Lowell, MA
1917-1920, Minister of First Universalist Church of Medford, MA
1933-1945, Dean of Crane Theological School.
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