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ARNOLD, Albert Nicholas, clergyman, born in Cranston, Rhode Island, 12 February 1814; died in Cranston, Rhode Island. 11 October 1883. He was graduated at Brown in 1838, studied at Newton theological seminary, and on 14 September 1841, was ordained pastor of the Baptist Church at Newburyport, Massachusetts. From 1844 to 1854 he was a missionary to Greece, from 1855 to 1857 he was professor of Church history at Newton seminary, and in 1858 he became pastor at Westborough, Massachusetts, where he remained until 1864. He was then chosen professor of biblical interpretation and pastoral theology in the Baptist seminary at Hamilton, New York, and from 1869 to 1873 held the professorship of New Testament Greek in Baptist theological seminary at Chicago. Dr. Arnold published, in 1860, "Prerequisites to Communion," and in 1871 "One Woman's Mission."
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