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May 9

Angus MacLean

1892 – Angus MacLean was born in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. A prominent Universalist religious educator, he wrote The New Era in Religious Education (1934) and The Method is the Message (1951). MacLean was the dean of the St. Lawrence University Theological School. Read more about Angus MacLean.

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