James Pike

James Albert Pike (February 14, 1913 – ) was an American Episcopal bishop, prolific writer, and one of the first mainline religious figures to appear regularly on television.

His outspoken, and to some heretical, views on many theological and social issues made him one of the most controversial public figures of his time. He was an early proponent of ordination of women and racial desegregation within mainline churches. Pike was the fifth Bishop of California. Late in his life he explored psychic experimentation in an effort to contact his recently deceased son. Provided by Wikipedia

by Pike, James
Published 1751
Printed by D. Fowle in Queen-Street next to the prison

by Pike, James Shepherd
Published 1873
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