Tuesday, February 17, 2004

Wilhelm Wuellner

The death of Wilhelm Wuellner on Sunday has been reported on rhetoric-l. Wilhelm Wuellner was a professor at Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, California and the author of several books and articles on the New Testament and rhetorical analysis. His first book was The Meaning of Fishers of Men (Philadelphia: Westminster, 1967). Courtesy of Tom Olbricht, this is his entry in the Directory of the Council of Societies for the Study of Religion, Watson E. Mills, ed., 1988.
Born in Bochum, Germany 21 Feb. 27 of Wilhelm and Emma (Beckmann); married Flora May (Slosson), children: Christine, Virginia, Lucy. Edu. Goethe Oberrealschule (Bochum), Abitur, 1946; Evangelische Landeskirche Westfalen, First Theol. Exam, 1951; U. of Chicago, Ph.D. 1958. Pub. The Meaning of Fishers of Men (Westminster, 1967). Member SBL, CBA, SNTS, DIAC, ISHR. Mission House Theol Sem. vstg. asst prof., 1957-58; Grinnell College, Asst. prof., 1958-60; Hartford Sem Foundation, asst. prof., 1960-1965; Pacific School of Religion, assoc. prof, prof. 1965--.
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