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Minot Judson Savage (1841–1918)

Savage, Minot Judson. An American Unitarian clergyman; born in Norridgewock, ME, June 10, 1841; died in 1918. Among his books may be mentioned: ‘The Religion of Evolution’ (1876); ‘Social Problems’ (1886); ‘My Creed’ (1887); ‘Jesus and Modern Life’ (1893); ‘A Man’ (1895); ‘Religion for To-day’ (1897). He also published ‘Bluffton: A Story of To-day’ (1878); ‘Poems’ (1905); and ‘Life’s Dark Problems’ (1905).