The New Student's Reference Work/Clarke, James Freeman
Clarke, James Freeman, an American clergyman, was born at Hanover, N. H., April 4, 1810. He graduated at Harvard College and Cambridge Divinity School, becoming pastor of a Unitarian church at Louisville, Ky., and afterward of the Church of the Disciples in Boston. Dr. Clarke became widely known as a religious writer. His best known books are Ten Great Religions and Orthodoxy, Its Truths and Errors. He died June 8, 1888.