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Henry Sloane Coffin
b. January 5, 1877 – d. November 25, 1954 • Preacher • Presbyterian
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Coffin, Henry Sloane
Coffin, Henry Sloane (1877–1954)Liberal Presbyterian minister and educator. Coffin was raised in New York City and educated at Yale, New College (Edinburgh), Marburg, and Union Seminary (N.Y.). Ordained in the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (1900), he served in the Bronx 1900–1905 and at Madison
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Coffin, Henry Sloane
Coffin, Henry Sloane (1877–1954). One of the most influential liberal leaders of the Presbyterian Church in the twentieth century, Coffin served the church as a pastor, most notably in the Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York City, where he gained a national reputation for preaching. He also
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Coffin, Henry Sloane
Coffin, Henry Sloane (1877–1954)American Presbyterian clergyman and educatorBorn in New York City, Coffin was educated at Yale University, New College (Edinburgh), and Union Theological Seminary (New York). In 1900 he founded the Bedford Park Presbyterian Church in the Bronx. In 1905 he became minister