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John Raleigh Mott

(1865—1955)


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(1865–1955),

American Methodist. He became known for his zealous propaganda on behalf of missions, and he was chairman of the committee which called the first International Conference at Edinburgh in 1910. His interest in the Ecumenical Movement dated from this time. He took a prominent part in the ‘Faith and Order’ and ‘Life and Work’ Conferences, and also in the foundation of the World Council of Churches.

Subjects: Christianity.


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