FAULKNER, JOHN ALFRED: Methodist Episcopalian; b. at Grand Pré, N. S., July 14, 1857. He was graduated at Acadia College, Wolfville, N. S., in 1878 and at Drew Theological Seminary in 1881, supplementing his studies at Andover Theological Seminary and the universities of Leipsic and Bonn. He entered the Methodist Episcopal ministry in 1883 and held pastorates at Beach Lake, Pa. (1883-84), Yatesville, Pa. (1884-85), Park Place, Scranton, Pa. (1885-87), Taylor, Pa. (1887-92), Great Bend, Pa. (1892-94), and Chenango Street, Binghamton, N. Y. (1894-97). Since 1897 he has been professor of historical theology in Drew Theological Seminary. He has written The Methodists (New York, 1903), Cyprian (Cincinnati, O., 1906), and Erasmus (1908).