Miller, Alexander, 1908-1960

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Alexander Miller came to Stanford University in 1950 to inaugurate the curriculum in Religious Studies. He was ordained in the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand in 1937, and held pastorates there and in Scotland and England before coming to Stanford. From 1943 to 1945 he was associated with Sir George MacLeod in the Iona Community in Scotland. Throughout his career he was associated with the Student Christian Movement. He was the author of several books, including THE CHRISTIAN SIGNIFICANCE OF KARL MARX, FAITH AND LEARNING, and THE MAN IN THE MIRROR. In 1958 the Pacific School of Religion conferred upon him an honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity.

From the description of Alexander Miller papers, 1930-1961. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872751

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Alexander Miller came to Stanford University in 1950 to inaugurate the curriculum in Religious Studies. He was ordained in the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand in 1937, and held pastorates there and in Scotland and England before coming to Stanford. From 1943 to 1945 he was associated with Sir George MacLeod in the Iona Community in Scotland. Throughout his career he was associated with the Student Christian Movement. He was the author of several books, including THE CHRISTIAN SIGNIFICANCE OF KARL MARX, FAITH AND LEARNING, and THE MAN IN THE MIRROR. In 1958 the Pacific School of Religion conferred upon him an honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity.

From the guide to the Alexander Miller papers, 1930-1961, (Department of Special Collections and University Archives)

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creatorOf Alexander Miller papers, 1930-1961 Stanford University. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
creatorOf Miller, Alexander, 1908-1960. Alexander Miller papers, 1930-1961. Stanford University. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
creatorOf Miller, Alexander, 1908-1960. Love, justice, and politics / by Alexander Miller, Roger Shinn and William Hordern. Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, AMBS Library
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associatedWith Grubb, Anne. person
associatedWith Grubb, Martyn. person
associatedWith Grubb, Martyn. person
associatedWith Hordern, William. person
associatedWith Koch, Werner. person
associatedWith Koch, Werner. person
associatedWith Shinn, Roger Lincoln. person
associatedWith Stanford University corporateBody
associatedWith Student Christian Movement of Great Britain and Ireland. corporateBody
associatedWith Symons, W. G. person
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Great Britain
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Love--Moral and ethical aspects
Students--Religious life
Justice--Moral and ethical aspects
religious studies
Ecumenical movement--Great Britain
Christianity and politics
Ecumenical movement
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Birth 1908

Death 1960-05-15

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