October 15, 1841, Troy, New York.

March 10, 1906, Chester, Pennsylvania.

Oakwood Cemetery, Troy, New York.

Johnson was the hus­band of Ma­ry An­na Ly­on.

He was educated at the University of Ro­che­ster (BA in Philosophy and Letters, 1862) then studied part time at the Ro­ches­ter Theological Seminary (1862–64).

After serving as an Amer­i­can naval officer (1864–66), he entered the Bap­tist ministry in 1866. He served a pastorate in Le Sueur, Min­ne­so­ta (1866–68), then returned to Ro­ches­ter The­o­lo­gi­cal Seminary, where he graduated in 1871.

He spent two years traveling in Eur­ope, the Holy Land and Egypt, after which he pastored in Ball­ston, New York (1875–83). From 1883 until his death he was professor of systematic theology at Cro­zer The­o­lo­gi­cal Seminary, Ches­ter, Penn­syl­van­ia. His works include:

  1. Aulé

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