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ATWOOD, Isaac Morgan, clergyman, born in Pembroke, Genesee County, New York, 24 March, 1838. He was educated at Lockport, New York, entered the Universalist ministry in 1859, and was pastor of churches in New York, Maine, and Massachusetts. Since 1879 he has been president of Canton theological seminary, St. Lawrence university, where he is also professor of theology and ethics. The degree of A. M. was conferred on him by St. Lawrence university in 1872, and that of D. D. by Tufts in 1879. He was editor of the "Boston Universalist" in 1867-'72, and of the " Christian Leader" in 1873-'5, and has been associate editor of the latter journal since 1875. Dr. Atwood is the author of "Have We Outgrown Christianity?" (Boston, 1870)" " Glance at the Religious Progress of the United States" (1874);" Latest Word of Universalism" (1878); "Walks about Zion" (1881) ; and "Manual of Revelation" (1888).
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