Leslie, Charles W., 1905-1986

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Leslie, Charles W., 1905-1986

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1905-1986

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Charles Whitney Leslie was born in Middlesex County, in 1905. From 1923-24 he worked in the Liverton Charge of the London Conference of the Methodist Church. He received a B.A. from Victoria College in 1930, and a diploma from Emmanuel College in 1933. He was ordained in Wesley, London Conference in 1933. From 1938-1940 he pursued post-graduate studies at Harvard University. He worked at Victoria College from 1941-1955 working in various positions, mainly in the field of Ethics. He also worked as a Professor at Emmanuel College from 1945-1949, teaching in Religion and Christian Ethics, and Systematic Theology and Philosophy of Religion. He served the following charges: Corinth: North Babylon and North Hall (1933-1934), Richmond-Corinth: North Hall, Fairview, Summer's Corners (1934-1936), Ruthven - Oneida and Trinity (1936-1938). Leslie died in 1986.

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