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Glenn Clark

Glenn Clark

a New Thought Leader

A man who, without being himself a recognized New Thought leader, has been highly influential in introducing New Thought ideas and techniques into the churches, was Glenn Clark. A Presbyterian, reared in the church, teaching in a Presbyterian college, and teaching also a Sunday School class in his home church of St. Paul. For thirty years he was a professor of literature and athletic coach at Macalester College, A Presbyterian liberal arts college in St. Paul, Minnesota, where a Department of Creative Living was established for him.He was deeply religious and something of a mystic, a great believer in prayer.