Clifton Taylor

(1882-1963). Author of the textbook Outline Studies From the Testimonies (1910); teacher and pastor. At the age of 18 he taught in Vermont, then worked briefly at the Pacific Press as a typesetter, and later taught church school in California. He served as principal of the following academies: Beechwood, in Indiana (1908-1911), Adelphian, in Michigan (1911-1913), Campion, in Colorado (1913-1915), and Williamsdale, in Nova Scotia (1916-1918), and was head of the Bible Department of Canadian Junior College (1918-1920) and Atlantic Union College (1924-1929). He served as assistant and later associate principal of the Fireside Correspondence School (1922-1924). From 1929 until his retirement in 1947 he was a pastor in New England. His book, enlarged and reprinted several times, is still in use...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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