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LOGAN, James Venable, clergyman, born in Scott county, Kentucky, 11 July, 1835. After graduation at Centre college in 1854 and at Danville theological seminary in 1860, he was called to the pastorate of the Presbyterian church at Harrods-burg, where he remained for eight years. For a short time afterward he edited the "Free Christian Commonwealth," and since then he has identified himself with Central university, Richmond, Kentucky In 1873 he was elected to the chair of metaphysics, and in 1879 to that of ethics. The following year he was made president, in which office he continues (1887) to serve. He was active in founding the institution, and contributed $10,000 toward it.
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