Reading John V. Taylor
Yates, Timothy, International Bulletin of Missionary Research
John Vernon Taylor (1914-2001) was the son of J. R. S. Taylor, a scholar at Cambridge, where John was born on September 11, 1914. John's father gained a first-class degree in classics, served on the staff of Ridley Hall (1910-17), and eventually became headmaster of St. Lawrence School, Ramsgate, a boys' boarding school on the south coast of England. John later wrote that at the school he remembered meeting Christian visitors from around the world-Indians, Chinese, and Africans-who stimulated his imagination toward future service in the mission field.1 His father became principal of Wycliffe Hall in Oxford, like Ridley Hall a leading Anglican college for training for the ordained …
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Publication information: Article title: Reading John V. Taylor. Contributors: Yates, Timothy - Author. Magazine title: International Bulletin of Missionary Research. Volume: 30. Issue: 3 Publication date: July 2006. Page number: 153+. © 1998 Overseas Ministries Study Center. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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