(1886-1960) served as President of the WorldCouncil of Churches, a member of the British Council ofChurches, Moderator of the General Assembly of theChurch of Scotland, and Dean of the Faculty of Divinity atthe University of Edinburgh.
John T. McNeill
(1885-1975) was Professor of the History ofEuropean Christianity at the University of Chicago and thenAuburn Professor of Church History at Union TheologicalSeminary in New York.
Henry P. Van Dusen
(1897-1975) was an early and influen-tial member of the World Council of Churches and servedat Union Theological Seminary in New York as RooseveltProfessor of Systematic Theology and later as President.