The Rt. Rev. C. FitzSimons Allison

The Rt. Rev.  C. FitzSimons Allison

Retired, Bishop in Residence, Prince George Winyah

1081, Indigo Avenue, Georgetown, SC 29440-2875

1081 Indigo Avenue Georgetown, SC 29440-2875

Born: Columbia, South Carolina, March 5, 1927 T. Sgt., U. S. Army, Italy: 1945-46 B. A., University of the South, Sewanee, TN: 1949 M. Div., Virginia Theological Seminary: 1952 D. Phil., Oxford University (Christ Church): 1956 Ordained Deacon: 1952 Ordained Priest: 1953 Consecrated Bishop: 1980 Asst. Rector, Trinity Church, Columbia, S. C.: 1952-54 Asst. Professor, Church History, University of the South: 1956-67 Professor, Church History, Virginia Theological Seminary: 1967-75 Visiting Professor, Catholic University, Washington, D. C.: 1968-69 Visiting Professor, St. Mary’s University, Baltimore: 1974 -75 Rector, Grace Church in New York, 1975-80 Adjunct Professor, Homiletics, The General Theological Seminary, New York: l976-78 American Canon, St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Aberdeen, Scotland, 1977-90 Cheney Lectureship, Berkeley Divinity School, Yale University: 1988 Bishop, Diocese of South Carolina 1980 - 90 Author: Fear, Love and Worship, Regent College Publishing Co., Seabury 1st publisher Guilt, Anger, and God, Regent College Publishing Co., Seabury 1st publisher The Rise of Moralism, Regent College Publishing, SPCK 1st publisher The Cruelty of Heresy: An Affirmation of Christian Orthodoxy, Morehouse Trust in an Age of Arrogance, Wipf and Stock, (Sept. 2009) Essays in: Can A Bishop Be Wrong, Peter Moore, Ed., Morehouse By Faith Alone, Essays of Justification in Honor of Gerhard Forde Grace and Truth in the Secular Age, T. Bradshaw, Ed., Eerdmans The Journey Home: Sin and Grace, Susan Harris, Ed., St. Peter’s Publications By Faith Alone, Answering the Challenges to the Doctrine of Justification, Gary Johnson and Guy Waters, Eds., Crossway Articles in: Evangelical Dictionary of Theology New Dictionary of Christian Ethics and Pastoral Theology Regular contributor to Table Talk of Ligonier Ministries Lutheran Forum, “Lutherans and Anglicans in Bondage to their Wills” The Incarnate Word and The Written Word, Sewanee Theological Review, 2012 General Board of Examining Chaplains, 1970-86 Episcopal Radio – TV Foundation: 20 years, emeritus 1992 – Board of Regents, University of the South: 1984-90 Board of Trustees, Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry, 1977-1992; emeritus, l992 – Preacher, Episcopal Series of the Protestant Hour Chairman emeritus and Co-founder, “Mere Anglicanism,” annual conference 2005-2012 Wife: Martha Allston Parker; Children: four; Grandchildren: ten