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        &nbsp;E.W. Bullinger&nbsp;&nbsp;
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      <td>Ethelbert William Bullinger could be considered the original data scientist of Christianity. While his formal theological training was limited to an Associate degree from King's College London, his accomplishments in his career were such that he was honored with a Doctor of Divinity degree in 1881 from Archibald Campbell Tait, Archbishop of Canterbury, in acknowledgement of Bullinger's "eminent service in the Church in the department of Biblical criticism."
<p>Bullinger's career in the Church of England spanned 1861 until 1888. He began as associate curate in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey in 1861,[4] and was ordained as a priest in the Church of England in 1862.[6] He served as parish curate in Tittleshall from 1863–1866; Notting Hill from 1866–1869; Leytonstone, 1869–1870; then Walthamstow until he became vicar of the newly established parish of St. Stephen's in 1874. He resigned his vicarage in 1888.[7]
In the spring of 1867, Bullinger became clerical secretary of the Trinitarian Bible Society, a position he would hold till his death in 1913.[8] Bullinger was editor of a monthly journal Things to Come subtitled A Journal of Biblical Literature, with Special Reference to Prophetic Truth. The Official Organ of Prophetic Conferences for over 20 years (1894–1915) and contributed many articles.
In the great Anglican debate of the Victorian era, he was a Low Churchman rather than High Church sacerdotalist.
His three major works were
A Critical Lexicon and Concordance to the English and Greek New Testament (1877) ISBN 0-8254-2096-2;
Figures of Speech Used in the Bible (1898) ISBN 0-8010-0559-0
Primary editor of The Companion Bible (published in 6 parts, 1909–1922) ISBN 0-8254-2177-2. It was completed after his death by his associates.
These works and many others remain in print (2007).
Bullinger's friends included well-known Zionist Dr. Theodor Herzl.[9] This was a personal friendship, but accorded with Bullinger's belief in a Biblical distinction between the Church and the Jewish People. Another close personal and theological friend was the famous Sir Robert Anderson.[10]</p>
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