James Hastings
b. 1852 – d. 1922 • Presbyterian • Scholar
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Hastings, James
Hastings, James (1852–1922), *Presbyterian divine and editor of religious encyclopaedic works. Educated at the grammar school, the university, and the Free Church Divinity College at Aberdeen, he was ordained a Presbyterian minister in 1884, and appointed pastor of Kinneff, Grampian, Free Church. From
Encyclopedia of the Reformed Faith
Hastings, James
Hastings, James (1852–1922)Editor of such massive reference works as the Dictionary of the Bible (4 vols. plus supplementary vols.; 1898–1904) and the Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics (12 vols. plus index vol.; 1908–21), Hastings was also founder and editor (1889) of the Expository Times. He was
Who’s Who in Christian History
Hastings, James
Hastings, James (1852–1922)Presbyterian minister; religious editorHastings was born in Huntly, Aberdeenshire (Scotland), and educated at Aberdeen University and Aberdeen Free Church College. He was ordained in 1884 as minister of the Free Church and held several pastorates until 1911, when he resigned