Philip Mauro

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Philip Mauro
Philip Mauro 1903.jpg
Born (1859-01-07)January 7, 1859
St. Louis, Missouri
Died 1952
Alma mater Washington University in St. Louis

Philip Mauro (1859-1952) was an American lawyer and author.[1][2]

Biography[edit]

Philip Mauro was a lawyer who practiced before the Supreme Court, patent lawyer and also a Christian writer. He prepared briefs for the Scopes Trial. His works include God's Pilgrims, The Church, The Churches and the Kingdom, The Hope of Israel, Ruth, The Satisfied Stranger, The Wonders of Bible Chronology, The Last Call to the Godly Remnant, More Than a Prophet, Dispensationalism Justifies the Crucifixion, "Evolution at the Bar" and Things Which Soon Must Come to Pass.

He married Emily Johnston Rockwood in 1882 and had two daughters, Margaret F. Mauro and Isabel Rockwood Mauro (later Mrs. Charles Stratton French). Together with his daughter Margaret, Mauro was a passenger on the British ocean liner RMS Carpathia when it rescued the passengers of the Titanic in April 1912.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Books by Philip Mauro -=- Schoettle Publishing Company, Inc". Schoettlepublishing.com. Retrieved 2017-01-28. 
  2. ^ "Philip Mauro (1859-1952) Study Archive". Preteristarchive.com. Retrieved 2017-01-28. 

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