John Petty (Primitive Methodist minister)
The Revd. John Petty (1807 – 22 April 1868) was a 19th-century author and Primitive Methodist Minister, and the first Governor of Elmfield College. He was born in Salterforth, Yorkshire and died at E...
Miroslav Volf
Miroslav Volf (born September 25, 1956) is a Croatian Protestant theologian and public intellectual who is often recognized as "one of the most celebrated theologians of our day". Having taught at the...
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Norman Hallam
Norman Henry Hallam (born 23 October 1920) was an English footballer. A half-back, he helped Port Vale to finish second in the Third Division North in 1952–53. Whilst at the club he became a Methodist...
Dan McIvor (politician)
Daniel (Dan) McIvor (14 February 1871 – 2 September 1965) was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was born in Lurgy, County Tyrone, Ireland. He was the father of Canadia...
András Kun
András Kun (b.1911 - d.19 September 1945, Budapest, Hungary) was a Roman Catholic priest of the Franciscan Order. He was also the commander of a racist death squad for Hungary's Fascist and Pro-Nazi A...
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Elmore Harris
Elmore Harris (b. February 23, 1855 Beamsville, Ontario – d. December 19, 1911 Delhi, India). He was notable as the founder of the Walmer Road Baptist Church and one of the founders of Toronto Bible T...
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Robert Alexander Fyfe
Robert Alexander Fyfe (October 20, 1816 Ste. Philippe, Québec – September 4, 1878 Woodstock, Ontario) was a strong church builder, writer, and first Principal of the Canadian Literary Institute (later...
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Thomas Stow
Thomas Quinton Stow (7 July 1801 - 19 July 1862) was an Australian pioneer Congregational clergyman.
Stow was born at Hadleigh, Suffolk, England, and began preaching at 17 years of age; he later s...
William Boyd Stewart
William Boyd Stewart (July 27, 1835 Haddam, Dumfrieshire, Scotland - March 5, 1912 Toronto) was a Pastor, Writer, and Educator in the Baptist denomination of Canada.
William Boyd Stewart was born ...
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