The James Ernest Aydelotte III Manuscript Collection
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This collection contains class notes taken at Princeton Seminary, circa 1960, by Dr. Aydelotte, alumnus and Presbyterian pastor.
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The following is the acceptable citation for publication: The James E. Aydelotte, III Manuscript Collection. Special Collections, Princeton Theological Seminary Library.
- 1934 June 15
- Born, New Orleans, Louisiana
- Graduated, Southwestern University, Tennessee
- Student, Bachelor of Divinity, Princeton Theological Seminary
- Student, Ruprecht-Karl University, Germany
- Student, Cambridge University, England
- 1960 June 13
- Granted ministry license, Prebytery of Memphis
- 1963 November 17
- Ordained, Presbytery of St. Joseph
- Chaplain and assistant professor, Tarkio College, Missouri
- Professor, Tarkio College, Missouri
- Director, Tarkio College Study Center, London, England
- Granted Master of Literature, Cambridge University
- Student, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Iowa
- Professor, Franklin College, Franklin, Indiana
- Associate academic dean, Franklin College
- Senior executive, Rotary International, Illinois
James Ernest Aydelotte III graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1960 with a Bachelor of Divinity. After studying at Cambridge University in England, Aydelotte was ordained in the United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Iowa in 1975. Aydelotte taught at Tarkio College in Missouri and Franklin College in Indiana, where he also served as an academic dean. He also served as a pastor in several churches. This collection consists of Aydelotte's class notes from his time at Princeton Theological Seminary.
0.4 Linear Feet (1 box)
This material was given to Special Collections by James Aydelotte in 2005.
- The James Ernest Aydelotte III Manuscript Collection
- Kristen J. Nivling
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