Earl Morse Wilbur

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Earl Morse Wilbur (Jericho, Vermont, April 26, 1866 – Berkeley, California, January 8, 1956) was an American Unitarian minister, educator and historian.[1][2]

Wilbur was the first dean 1904-1910; then president 1911-1931; and until 1934, professor of homiletics and practical theology at the Pacific Unitarian School for Ministry, Berkeley, California of the American Unitarian Association (AUA). His writings focused on the development of Unitarianism within European Christianity.

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  1. ^ Harvard Square Bio EARL MORSE WILBUR: HISTORIAN OF UNITARIANISM 1886-1956 by Henry Wilder Foote, Author of Three Centuries of American Hymnody. Unitarian Yearbook 1957-1958
  2. ^ UUA.org Bio Alan Seaburg
  3. ^ Review: THE COSTLY HERITAGE OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM By Henry Wilder Foote A History of Unitarianism: Socinianism and Its Antecedents. By Earl Morse Wilbur. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press. The Christian Register, August 1945
  4. ^ Review: TORTURE, BLOODSHED AND SUFFERING by Duncan Howlett The Christian Register, January 1953