G. Aiken Taylor

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George Aiken Taylor was a Presbyterian minister. He also worked with Alcoholics Anonymous, served as editor of the The Presbyterian Journal and in leadership positions within the conservative movement of the Presbyterian Church in the United States. His final position was as president of Biblical Theological Seminary in Hatfield, Pennsylvania, before his sudden deaht 3 months into office. 

Information gathered from "G. Aiken Taylor Manuscript Collection." (N.D.) PCA Historical Center. Retrieved from https://pcahistory.org/mo/taylor/index.html

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Language: English

Herald of Holiness - October 2, 1968

Westlake Taylor Purkiser
Eugene L. Stowe
Hal M. von Stein
Milo L. Arnold
G. Aiken Taylor
Cecil R. Paul
James V. Wilbanks
Willis E. Snowbarger
Albert J. Lown
A green-tinted photo of a rose plant: the leaf with dew drops in focus and a blossom out of focus in the background.

02 On Thinking Big By General Superintendent Stowe
03 Ideas New and Old By Hal M. von Stein
04 Pen Points: I Want to Understand By Milo L. Arnold
05 The Ecumenical Movement: What It Is— Where It Is Going By G. Aiken Taylor
08 Helps to Holy Living: The Call to Social Holiness By Cecil R. Paul
09 About Birds and Church Work By J. V. Wilbanks
10 Editorially Speaking By W.T. Purkiser
12 Nazarene Writers' Conference
14 Campus Commentary By Dr. Willis Snowbarger
15 The Book Corner
15 Pro/Con: Letters to the Editor

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