Edward Caldwell Moore

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Edward Caldwell Moore (1857–1943) was an American theologian, brother of George Foot Moore and Frank Gardner Moore. He was born at West Chester, Pa.; graduated from Marietta College in 1877 and from Union Theological Seminary in 1884; and studied at Berlin, Göttingen, and Gießen in 1884–1886, and at Brown (Ph.D., 1891). Ordained to the Presbyterian ministry in 1884, he was pastor at Yonkers, N. Y. (1886–1889), and at the Central Congregational Church of Providence, R. I. (1889–1901), where he lead the church in constructing a new building.[1] In the latter year he became Parkman professor of theology at Harvard, where he was university preacher in 1905–1906. In 1914 he was elected president of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. His publications include The New Testament in the Christian Church (1904) and An Outline of the History of Christian Thought since Kant (1912)


  1. ^ Chaney, John. "History". Central Congregational Church. 

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