George Burman Foster

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George Burman Foster (1858–1918) was part of the faculty in the Divinity School (Baptist) at the University of Chicago under the leadership of William Rainey Harper.[1] His views were often thought by his contemporaries to support scientific naturalistic and humanistic views that contradict a Baptist view. A friendship with Clarence Darrow shows that despite Foster's progressive views he still valued and respected the views of a traditional Christian community.[2]

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  1. ^ George M. Marsden. Fundamentalism and American culture. Oxford University Press US, 2006. ISBN 0-19-530047-5. p. 105.
  2. ^ Leslie A. Muray.Liberal Protestantism and Science Contributor John B. Cobb, Jr. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2008. ISBN 0-313-33701-2. pp. 43-

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