The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Adams, John Coleman

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947979The Encyclopedia Americana — Adams, John Coleman

ADAMS, John Coleman, American clergyman: b. Malden, Mass., 25 Oct 1849. He was graduated from Tuft's College in 1870 and the Divinity School in 1872, and entered the ministry of the Universalist Church and has since served several churches of his denomination. He is author of ‘The Fatherhood of God’ (1888); ‘Christian Types of Heroism’ (1891); ‘The Leisure of God’ (1895); ‘Nature Studies in the Berkshires’ (1899); ‘Life of William Hamilton Gibson’ (1901); ‘Hosea Ballou and the Gospel Renaissance’ (1903); ‘Honorable Youth’ (1906): ‘Short Studies in the Larger Faith’ (1907).