Fonds - Reginald A. Redman fonds

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Reginald A. Redman fonds

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  • 1929-1983 (Creation)
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    Redman, Reginald A.

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1.11 m of textual records

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(1898-1987)

Biographical history

Reginald Alfred Redman was born in northern England in 1898 and came to Canada as a child. He attended the University of British Columbia and Union College, and was ordained in 1926 by BC Conference of The United Church of Canada. During his ministry, he served the following pastoral charges: Port Alberni (1926-1929); Hatzic (1930-1931); Grace, Vancouver (1932-1936); Chilliwack United (1937-1948); First United, Vancouver (1949-1953); and Marpole, Vancouver (1955-1962). After retirement in 1962, he served as retired supply in Tsawwassen until 1965. He also served as Field Secretary (British Columbia and Alberta) for the Lord's Day Alliance in 1954-1955. Redman died December 12, 1987.

Custodial history

After Redman's death, records were kept by his daughter, Marjorie Asano

Scope and content

Fonds consists of a single record series: Sermons (1931-1983). Sermon content reveals Redman's theology and political ideology, sometimes in response to social and religious movements over the course of more than 50 years.

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Marjorie Asano donated the records to the Archives in 2008

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Arrangement is by biblical text, liturgical season, or topic; it appears to have been loosely imposed later in Redman's life

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  • English

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Final

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Created March 7, 2019

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  • English

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