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Alexander Viets Griswold Allen (1841–1908)

Allen, Alexander Viets Griswold. An American ecclesiastical historian; born at Otis, MA, May 4, 1841; died on July 1, 1908. Professor of ecclesiastical history at the Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, MA. He wrote: ‘The Continuity of Christian Thought’ (1883); ‘The Greek Theology and the Renaissance of the Nineteenth Century’ (1884, the Bohlen lectures for that year), and a ‘Life of Jonathan Edwards’ (1889); ‘Freedom in the Church,’ etc.