Coleman, Robert Emerson, 1928-

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Birth 1928

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Robert E. Coleman is an internationally known evangelist, author, and professor. His formal education was at Southwestern University (Georgetown, Tex.), Asbury Theological Seminary (Wilmore, Ky.), Princeton Theological Seminary (N.J.), the University of Iowa, Biblical Seminary in New York, and Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.) He served as a pastor of the Methodist Church from 1949-1955, and as a professor of evangelism at Asbury Theological Seminary from 1955-1983, and since then at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He has spoken at many public events, and published many works on evangelism.

From the description of Papers. [1970-1980?] (Asbury Theological Seminary). WorldCat record id: 12701860

Evangelist, teacher, pastor, scholar; born Robert Emerson Coleman in 1928; recieved B.D. from Asbury Seminary, M. Th. from Princeton Seminary, Phd. from the State Univeristy of Iowa; pastored several Methodist churches; taught evangelsim at Asbury Seminary, Trinity Evangelical Divinity SDchool, and Gordon-Conwell Seminary, as well as visiting professor at numerous institions around the world; International Director of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association's Schools of Evangelism, author of several book, including The Master Plan of Evangelism, which sold over three million copies; frequent conference speaker.

From the description of Papers of Robert Emerson Coleman, 1936-2010. (Wheaton College). WorldCat record id: 693572726

Orange County, Va., family.

From the description of Papers of Robert Coleman [microform], 1801-1905. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 32672024


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