James Robinson

(1888-1961). Missionary, educator. In 1910 he married Ina Mae Marcus. After several years of teaching church schools in the United States, he taught at Claremont Union College near Cape Town, South Africa, and at Spion Kop College, Natal, when the college was moved there. During furlough time he graduated in 1922 from Pacific Union College, then became principal of La Sierra Academy (1922-1925). In 1926 he returned to the African Division, holding administrative and editorial posts. In 1936 he became secretary and educational secretary of the Northern European Division. On returning to the United States in 1940, he taught at Walla Walla College and later was acting dean of the School of Theology there. Then for 11 years he was an associate secretary of the General Conference and in 1956 be...

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

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