Presbyterian minister;  college professor and administrator. Born April 27, 1894, Lancaster, South Carolina.  Parents– Hunter B. Blakely Sr. and Susan Marshall Blakely. Married Mary Morris; one child.  Education– Attended Erskine College; Princeton Seminary (B.D. 1919); Louisville Presbyterian Seminary; University of Edinburgh, Oxford University; University of Berlin; Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Th.D. , 1925. Held pastorates at Louisville, Ky.; Harrodsburg, Ky.; and Staunton, Va. Taught at Columbia Seminary. President of Queens College in Charlotte, N.C., 1939-1950; secretary of the Division of Higher Education of the Board of Christian Education of the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A, after 1950.  Died August 6, 1970.


Book jacket for Religion in Shoes.


Defending the Bulwarks.  Richmond, VA; Presbyterian  Commission of Publication, 1936.

Facing Life’s Questions.  New York; Fleming H. Revell, 1938.

Making the Most of College.  Richmond; John Knox Press, 1942.

I Wager on God. Richmond; John Knox Press, 1956.

Religion in Shoes; or, Brother Bryan of Birmingham. Richmond, Va.; Presbyterian Committee of Publication, 1934 (multiple reprintings).

With Christ into Tomorrow.  Richmond; Presbyterian Committee of Publication, 1936.