ROBINSON, William. b. Ireleth, near Dalton in Furness, Lancashire (now Cumbria), 23 May 1888; d. Selly Oak, Birmingham, 14 September 1963. He was educated at Ulverston Grammar School, the University of Liverpool, Trinity College, Dublin, and Mansfield College, Oxford. Brought up a Congregationalist, he joined the Churches of Christ and became Principal of Overdale College, the Churches of Christ College at Birmingham (1920-49). He became a professor at the School of Religion, Butler University (now Christian Theological Seminary), Indianapolis, USA, before returning to Britain.
Robinson was the author of The Churches of Christ: Their Place in the Christian World (Birmingham, n.d.), Essays...
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