John Andrew Storey
STOREY, John Andrew. b. Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire, 24 March 1935; d. Yeovil, Somerset, 5 December 1997. He was born into a Congregationalist family. Instead of two years of National Service, he engaged for three years in order to become a medical orderly in the Royal Air Force. He then trained for the Congregational ministry at the Western College, Bristol (1956-61), where he became interested in the study of comparative religion.
Storey became minister of a group of Congregational churches centred on Stonehouse, Gloucestershire (1961-63). Feeling himself too radical in belief for Congregationalism, he became a Unitarian minister, first at Stalybridge, Cheshire (1964-66), then at Lincoln...
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