Hatch, Edwin (18351889)

Hatch, Edwin, theologian, born at Derby; graduated at Oxford, and was for some years professor of Classics in Trinity College, Toronto; in 1867 was appointed Vice-Principal of St. Mary Hall, Oxford; Rector of Purleigh, Essex, in 1883; reader in Ecclesiastical History at Oxford; he held the Grinfield, Bampton, and Hibbert lectureships at different times, and established a reputation, both abroad and at home, for wide and accurate scholarship; Harnack (q.v.) translated his learned lectures on “The Organisation of the Early Christian Churches”; and “The Growth of Church Institutions” displayed his rare gift of combining profound scholarship with popular presentation (18351889).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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