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August 26

Clarence Russell Skinner

1949 – Clarence Russell Skinner, a Universalist leader, died at age 68. He was a professor of applied Christianity and dean of Crane Theological School, as well as a secretary of the Universalist Service Commision. A pacifist, Skinner wrote the Universalist Statement of Social Principles. Read more about Clarence Russell Skinner.

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