William Johnson Everett
Herbert Gezork Professor of Christian Social Ethics, Emeritus
Yale Divinity School
William Johnson Everett is Herbert Gezork Professor of Christian Social Ethics, Emeritus. He taught in the field of Christian social ethics for over thirty years, first at St. Francis Seminary, Milwaukee, then in Atlanta at Emory’s Candler School of Theology, and finally in the Boston area at Andover Newton Theological School before retiring in 2001. His numerous publications have focused on church and society issues involving family, economics, ecology, politics, symbolism, and law. Bill retired to the Smoky Mountains where he is writing and making liturgical furniture.
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