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Money, Herbert

(1899– ).

Field director of the New Zealand Fellowship of Peruvian Bible Schools.

Herbert Money was born at Hughenden, Queensland, on 29 November 1899. He was educated at Christchurch Technical College and graduated M.A. from Canterbury Univ. College. He holds diplomas in education and social science and, in 1931, gained his Ph.D. in philosophy from San Marcos, Peru.

Money taught at Christchurch Technical College from 1923 to 1927 and at the Anglo-Peruvian College at Lima from 1927 to 1940. Since 1934 he has been lecturer at the Peruvian Bible Institute and, from 1940, has been secretary of the National Evangelical Council of Peru. In 1948 he became field director of the New Zealand Fellowship of Peruvian Bible Schools. He founded the first Bible Institute for Jungle Indians. Dr Money has written Procedimentos Parlamentarios — Peruvian Laws of Special Interest to the Evangelical Community.

Last updated 22-Apr-09


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