13 Notable alumni of
General Theological Seminary

General Theological Seminary is 3556th in the world, 1178th in North America, and 1118th in the United States by aggregated alumni prominence. Below is the list of 13 notable alumni from General Theological Seminary sorted by their wiki pages popularity. The directory includes famous graduates and former students along with research and academic staff.

  1. Morgan Dix

    Morgan Dix
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1827-1908 (aged 81)
    Occupations
    clergymanwriter
    Biography

    Morgan Dix was an American Episcopal Church priest, theologian, and religious author.

  2. William Ingraham Kip

    William Ingraham Kip
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1811-1893 (aged 82)
    Occupations
    writer
    Biography

    William Ingraham Kip was an American Protestant Episcopal bishop.

  3. Henry Y. Satterlee

    Henry Y. Satterlee
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1843-1908 (aged 65)
    Occupations
    priest
    Biography

    Henry Yates Satterlee was the first Episcopal Bishop of Washington, serving from 1896 to 1908. He established the Cathedral Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, popularly known as Washington National Cathedral.

  4. Frederick H. Borsch

    Frederick H. Borsch
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1935-2017 (aged 82)
    Occupations
    priest
    Biography

    Frederick Houk Borsch was the Episcopal bishop of Los Angeles from 1988 to 2002, then served as interim dean of the Berkeley Divinity School at Yale University and chair of Anglican studies at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia. Remembered particularly for the development of Spanish-speaking congregations, the founding of the Episcopal Urban Intern Program (Episcopal Service Corps), his leadership in environmental stewardship, the building of the Cathedral Center of St. Paul, and advocacy for poverty-wage workers and the living wage while bishop in Los Angeles, he also served for twelve years as the chair of the House of Bishops' Theology Committee and as a member of the design and steering teams for the 1988 and 1998 Lambeth Conferences, chairing the section "Called to be a Faithful Church in a Plural World" in 1998. Working with the Standing Commission on Human Affairs, he helped the General Convention of 1994 to include in the church's canons sexual orientation in the non-discriminatory clauses for ordination. When George L. Carey, the Archbishop of Canterbury, visited a store-front ministry for undocumented refugees in 1996 in the impoverished MacArthur Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, Borsch made sure that the Archbishop knew that the priest who founded the ministry, Philip Lance, was gay.

  5. ZeBarney Thorne Phillips

    ZeBarney Thorne Phillips
    Years
    1875-1942 (aged 67)
    Enrolled in General Theological Seminary
    Studied in 1899
    Occupations
    priest
    Biography

    ZeBarney Thorne Phillips was an Episcopal clergyman who served as Chaplain of the Senate (1927–1942).

  6. William Rollinson Whittingham

    William Rollinson Whittingham
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1805-1879 (aged 74)
    Occupations
    deacon
    Biography

    William Rollinson Whittingham was the fourth Episcopal Bishop of Maryland.

  7. Eugene Augustus Hoffman

    Eugene Augustus Hoffman
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1829-1902 (aged 73)
    Occupations
    religious servant
    Biography

    Eugene Augustus Hoffman was a United States clergyman.

  8. Alexander Burgess

    Alexander Burgess
    Years
    1819-1901 (aged 82)
    Biography

    Alexander Burgess was the first bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Quincy.

  9. William Edmond Armitage

    William Edmond Armitage
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1830-1873 (aged 43)
    Occupations
    priest
    Biography

    William Edmond Armitage was a bishop of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America.

  10. James L. Jelinek

    James L. Jelinek
    Years
    1942-.. (age 80)
    Occupations
    priestAnglican priest
    Biography

    James "Jim" Louis Jelinek was the eighth Bishop of Minnesota in the Episcopal Church (United States) until his retirement on 13 February 2010.

  11. David John Bird

    David John Bird
    Born in
    United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom
    Years
    1946-.. (age 76)
    Occupations
    Anglican priest
    Biography

    David John Bird is dean of the historic Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, the oldest church structure in continuous use in San Jose. He is a parish priest who reads and writes poetry and is particularly fond of Alfred Lord Tennyson. As a theologian, he emphasizes a liberal, compassionate, and inclusive approach and is devoted to ecumenism. Bird promotes Christian unity and is published in this field; since 2002, he has served on the national Committee of The Episcopal Church-United Methodist Church Dialogue.

  12. John Nicholas Galleher

    John Nicholas Galleher
    Born in
    United States Flag United States
    Years
    1839-1891 (aged 52)
    Biography

    John Nicholas Galleher was third bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana from 1880 to 1891.

  13. William Adams

    William Adams
    Born in
    Ireland Flag Ireland
    Years
    1813-1897 (aged 84)
    Occupations
    educatorpriestrector
    Biography

    William Adams was an American theologian and educator, co-founder of Nashotah House.