Doren, William Howard Van

Doren, William Howard Van a Presbyterian clergyman, was born in Orange County, N.Y., March 2, 1810. He was a graduate of Columbia College and of the Western Theological Seminary, Allegheny, Pennsylvania. In 1836 he was licensed to preach by the Louisville Presbytery, and shortly afterwards spent two years in missionary work. In 1839 he accepted a call to the Reformed Church in East Brooklyn, L.I., of which he was pastor eleven years. He also took charge of a mission church in New York city, now known as the Thirty- fourth Street Church, and afterwards of the Second Church at St. Louis. In 1865 he removed to Chicago, and in 1878 to Indianapolis, Indiana, where he died, September 8, 1882. He is the author of A Suggestive Commentary on Luke, with Critical and Homiletical Notes (N.Y. 1868, 2 volumes): — A Suggestive Commentary on St. John (Lond. 1879, 2 volumes): — A Suggestive Commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans (1870, 2 volumes). (B.P.)

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