The Rev. Howard A. Johnson was a prolific writer and theologian and an accomplished traveler, and his interest in Danish theologian Soren Kierkegaard led him to collaborate with well-known Kierkegaard scholars. He popularized the world-wide Anglican Communion among Episcopalians who were unfamiliar with the extensive reach of related national church bodies recognized as connected through the Church of England. Johnson’s papers, spanning the period 1932 to 1974, document his educational experiences; writings; correspondence; collected recordings, and a substantial collection of files related to his book project, the "Global Tour of Anglicanism."

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