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FAUNCE, Daniel Worcester, clergyman, born in Plymouth, Massachusetts, 3 January 1829. He is a direct descendant of Thomas Faunce, who was for forty years ruling elder of the 1st Church at Plymouth, Massachusetts. He was graduated at Amherst in 1850, and received his theological education at Newton theological institution. He was ordained as pastor of the Baptist Church in Somerville, Massachusetts, in 1853, and has been pastor in Worcester, Malden, and Lynn, Massachusetts, and also in Concord, New Hampshire, and Washington, D.C. He has traveled in Europe, Egypt, and Palestine. Amherst conferred the degree of D. D. upon him in 1880. Dr. Faunce is the author of "The Christian in the World," an essay that received the Fletcher prize offered by Dartmouth College; " A Young Man's Difficulties with his Bible"; "The Christian Experience"; and "The Resurrection in Nature and in Revelation."
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