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Rev. Julius A. Nieuwland

Rev. Julius A. NieuwlandBorn: 1878Birthplace: Hansbeke, Belgium Synthetic Rubber (Neoprene)—He invented the first synthetic rubber, Neoprene, manufactured by the Du Pont Company, whose outstanding…

Rev. Leon Sullivan 2001 Deaths

Rev. Leon SullivanAge: 78 civil rights leader and Baptist pastor whose Sullivan Principles, guidelines that outlined how U.S. companies should operate their businesses in South Africa,…

Rev. William Sloane Coffin 2006 Deaths

Rev. William Sloane CoffinAge: 81 activist and Presbyterian minister who, while he was chaplain at Yale University, was convicted of conspiracy to encourage draft evasion in the Vietnam War.…

Rev. Robert A. Graham Biography

Rev. Robert A. GrahamAge: 84 an American Jesuit priest, one of the foremost Roman Catholic authorities on Vatican's role in rescue of Jews in World War II. Died: Feb. 10, 1997.Moe Graif1997…

Rev. Henry Lyons, 1999 News

57, president of the National Baptist Convention USA, was convicted by a St. Petersburg, Florida, jury of racketeering and grand theft in February. The animated preacher siphoned off…

Rev. Jesse Jackson, 2001 News

civil rights activist, admitted in January that he and Karin Stanford had had a child together in 1998, just about the time he was counseling President Clinton during the Lewinsky scandal.…

Rev. Ted Haggard, 2006 News

evangelical minister from Colorado, resigned as president of the National Association of Evangelicals in November, after Michael Jones, a gay escort, said he had a three-year affair with him…

Rev. Dr. Bob Jones Jr. Biography

Rev. Dr. Bob Jones Jr.Age: 86 chancellor and board chairman of Bob Jones University in South Carolina. Banned interracial dating and marriage. Died: Nov. 12, 1997.Carld Jonaissant1997…