Leonard Elliott Elliott-Binns
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Canon Leonard Elliott Elliott-Binns (previously Leonard Elliott Binns) (18 September 1885–1963) was an English historian and theologian, whose works covered a broad range of topics in English and Western church history, as well as the history of the Biblical era.
Elliott-Binns was ordained into the Church of England in 1913, serving as chaplain of Ridley Hall for two years before going into parish work. He was a curate in Plymouth, a vicar in Plymouth, Davenport, and West Ham, and a canon of Truro. Most of his life as a parish priest was spent in the West Country. In 1958 he served as the president of the Society for Old Testament Study.
He died at Northampton in 1963, aged 77.
- The Decline and Fall of the Medieval Papacy (1995) (ISBN 1-56619-849-6, ISBN 978-1-56619-849-3)
- The Development of English Theology in the Later Nineteenth Century (1952)
- English Thought 1860 -1900 (1956)
- The Evangelical Movement In The English Church (1928)
- Religion in the Victorian Era
- The Beginnings of Western Christendom
- From Moses to Elisha: Israel to the End of the Ninth Century BC
- The story of England's Church
- Innocent III
- Medieval Cornwall. Published by Methuen & Co, London
- Galilean Christianity (Studies in Biblical theology)
- The book of Numbers: With introduction and notes
- The Church of St. Andrew, Plymouth: a short historical & descriptive guide
- Erasmus the reformer: A study in restatement; being the Hulsean lectures delivered before the University of Cambridge for 1921-1922
- The Book of Exodus (1924) (as L. Elliott Binns)
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