FORSYTH, PETER TAYLOR: English Congregationalist; b. at Aberdeen, Scotland, May 12, 1848. He studied at the University of Aberdeen (M.A., 1869), the University of Göttingen, and New College, London, and after being assistant to the professor of Latin at the University of Aberdeen was pastor at Shipley, Yorkshire (1876-79), St. Thomas' Square, Hackney (1880-85), Cheetham Hill, Manchester (1885-89), Clarendon Park, Leicester (1889-94), and Emmanuel Congregational Church, Cambridge (1891-1901). Since 1901 he has been principal of Hackney Theological College, Hampstead, London, as well as a member of the theological faculty of London University. In 1905 he was elected chairman of the Congregational Union of England and Wales. In theology he is Evangelical, positive, modern, and social. He has written Pulpit Parables (sermons for children, in collaboration with J. A. Hamilton; Manchester, 1886); Religion in Recent Art (1889); The Charter of the Church (London, 1896); The Holy Father and the Living Christ (1897); Christian Perfection (1899); Rome, Reform, and Reaction (1899); and The Taste of Death and the Life of Grace (1901).