Warren Howell

(1869-1943). Educator, missionary. He was baptized in 1884 and received his B.A. from Battle Creek College in 1894 and an honorary M.A. from Emmanuel Missionary College in 1919. He was a student of history, Greek, and biblical interpretation, and author of Gospel Key Words and a Grammar Manual . He taught at Healdsburg College (1894-1897) and for four years was principal of Palama Chinese School in Honolulu. Then he taught at Emmanuel Missionary College until 1903, and one year at Healdsburg College, where he was president for two years. He became the first president of the Loma Linda College of Evangelists, but after one year he was sent, in 1907, as a Seventh-day Adventist missionary to Greece. Returning in 1909, he served as principal of the Fireside Correspondence School (now Home Stud...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.