Charles Gore
b. January 22, 1853 – d. January 17, 1932 • Bishop • Theologian
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Gore, Charles
Gore, Charles (1853–1932), Bp. of *Oxford. Educated at Harrow and Balliol College, Oxford, he was elected a Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford, in 1875. From his schooldays he had been a *High Churchman, and in 1884, on H. P. *Liddon’s recommendation, was appointed first principal of Pusey House, Oxford.
The Dictionary of Historical Theology
Gore, Charles (1853–1932)
Gore, Charles (1853–1932)At the height of his powers Gore was generally regarded as the most powerful Anglican theologian of his day. He exerted a profound influence on *William Temple and *Michael Ramsey, later leaders of the Church of England and the Anglican Communion. But, as a Victorian, Gore’s
The Westminster Dictionary of Theologians
Gore, Charles
Gore, Charles (1853–1932). Born in Wimbledon, England. Prolific author, social activist, and Anglican theologian. A graduate of Oxford University. Pastor of Westminster Cathedral; chaplain of the royal family; bishop of Worcester, Birmingham, and Oxford. He founded the Christian Social Union (1889),
New Dictionary of Theology: Historical and Systematic
Gore, Charles (1853–1932)
GORE, CHARLES (1853–1932)Gore was an Anglo-Catholic leader and scholar, and Bishop of Worcester (1902–5), Birmingham (1905–11) and Oxford (1911–19). Scion of an aristocratic family, Gore was educated at Harrow where his early ‘Catholic’ spirituality was nurtured by, among others, B. F. *Westcott. An
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Gore, Charles
Gore, Charles (1853–1932)Anglican bishop and theologianBorn at Wimbledon (England), Gore was educated at Harrow and at Oxford University, where he was elected a fellow of Trinity College in 1875. He became vice-principal of Cuddesdon Theological College in 1880, then served as first principal of Pusey