Savage, Minot (1841 - 1918)

Genre: Non-Fiction - Scholarly

Minot Judson Savage was born in Norridgewock, ME, graduated from the Bangor Theological Seminary (1864) and served for nine years as a Congregational minister in various locations. In 1873, he became a Unitarian and served in several parishes. He was a popular preacher and his sermons were widely distributed in pamphlet form. He also wrote books about evolution, biblical criticism and comparative religion. He died in Boston in 1918.

Selected Bibliography

  • My Creed (1887)
  • Pillars of the Temple (1904)

Selected Resources