The late Horton Davies was a professor at Princeton University, which exchanged courses with Princeton Theological Seminary. He held degrees in English from Edinburgh University and went on to study philosophy at Mansfield College, Oxford. He founded the department of religion at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa, before returning to teach at Oxford and then at Princeton. He was the author of Worship and Theology in England, Varieties of English Preaching 1900-1960, Like Angels from a Cloud, and The English Metaphysical Preachers, 1588-1645.
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