Memorial -- By: Anonymous

Journal: Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
Volume: JETS 14:1 (Winter 1971)
Article: Memorial
Author: Anonymous


Jaymes Morgan

During the year 1970 the Society has suffered the loss of two men, both of them members of the faculty of Fuller Theological Seminary.

On April 4th Jaymes Morgan, Jr. was taken suddenly, leaving his wife Jean and four young daughters. A brilliant student and a stimulating teacher, he made a deep impression on the seminary community during the four years he taught in the area of Systematic Theology. The churches in the area came to appreciate his challenging messages, and he was much sought after for guidance in the area of social action, especially by his own communion, the United Presbyterian Church.

Clarence S. Roddy

Clarence S. Roddy departed to be with Christ on May 18th at Silverton, Oregon, where he and his wife Florence had settled following his retirement as Professor of Homiletics. He divided his life between service in the pastorate, where he ministered to more than one leading Baptist congregation in the East, and the training of students for the ministry, first at Eastern Baptist Seminary and then from 1951 to 1968 at Fuller. Students by the hundreds testify that he not only preserved their call to the ministry but inspired them with its possibilities. To know this man was to love him deeply—a great preacher, a successful teacher, a sorely missed friend.

—Everett F. Harrison

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