Homer Salisbury

(1870-1915). Educator, administrator, editor. He was born in Battle Creek, Michigan, of Seventh-day Adventist parents. He grew up in Boulder, Colorado, attended Battle Creek College, 1888-1892, and was baptized in 1890. His first position in denominational employment was secretary to W. W. Prescott, the president of Battle Creek College. In 1893 he accepted a call from South Africa and taught in Claremont Union College for three years. In 1896 he went to London, England, to study Hebrew. From 1897 to 1901 he taught Hebrew and church history in Battle Creek College. In 1901, by request of the General Conference, he established a training school for workers in England, and remained with the school for five years. In 1904 he was ordained to the gospel ministry and in 1905 became president of ...

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

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