Frank Schulman (26 Mar 1927-4 Jan 2006 ) graduated from Harvard Divinity School (S.T.B.) and was ordained at the Arlington Street Church in Boston in 1954. He served churches in Worcester, Massachusetts; Youngstown, Ohio; Emerson Unitarian Church in Houston, Texas; and, in retirement, The Huntsville (Texas) Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. He also served in Horsham and Oxford, England. At Oxford he supervised the training of the divinity students at Manchester College, Oxford, taught various courses, and was appointed to the Faculty of Theology of Oxford University (the first Unitarian ever to hold that appointment). He holds a D.Min. from Meadville Lombard, having done his doctoral work on Emerson's Reasons for Leaving the Parish Ministry. He also holds four degrees from Oxford (including the D.Phil).
Schulman is the author of three books on English Unitarian History and a number of pamphlets and articles. Dr. Schulman served on numerous denominational and civic organizations. He and his wife, Alice, had four children and lived in The Woodlands, Texas.
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