May the education, even of the oldest of us, have only begun; and may He continue to teach us all, young and old, to learn and love wisdom all our days. – The Reverend Norman Burdett Nash
The Reverend Norman Burdett Nash was elected Fifth Rector in December 1938 and took office in September 1939. He had graduated from Harvard in 1909 and afterward studied for the ministry at Episcopal Theological School in Cambridge, where his father, Henry Sylvester Nash, had been a notable teacher and scholar. The Reverend Mr. Nash was likewise a scholar, and after service in World War I, he returned to ETS as a professor of Christian social ethics from 1919 until he became Rector of St. Paul’s in 1939.
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