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Fuller, Reginald Horace

FULLER, Reginald Horace

FULLER, Reginald Horace. American (born England), b. 1915. Genres: Theology/Religion. Career: Professor Emeritus of New Testament, Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, 1985- (Professor, 1972-85). Professor of Theology, St. David's College, Lampeter, Wales, 1950-55; Professor of New Testament, Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, Evanston, IL, 1955-66; Baldwin Professor of Sacred Literature, Union Theological Seminary, NYC, 1966-72. Publications: (with R.P.C. Hanson) The Church of Rome, 1948; The Mission and Achievement of Jesus, 1954; What Is Liturgical Preaching?, 1957; (with G.E. Wright) The Book of the Acts of God, 1957; Luke's Witness to Jesus Christ, 1958; The New Testament in Current Study, 1962; Interpreting the Miracles, 1963; The Foundations of New Testament Christology, 1965; A Critical Introduction to the New Testament, 1966; (with B. Rice) Christianity and the Affluent Society, 1966; The Formation of the Resurrection Narratives, 1971; Preaching the New Lectionary, 1974; Proclamation 2: Advent and Christmas, 1979; The Use of the Bible in Preaching, 1980; (with P. Perkins) Who Is This Christ?, 1983; Preaching the Lectionary, 1984; He that Cometh, 1990; Christ and Christianity, 1994. TRANSLATOR: The Cost of Discipleship, by D. Bonhoeffer, 1948; Kerygma and Myth I, 1963; Bonhoeffer's Letters and Papers from Prison, 1954; Primitive Christianity, by R. Bultmann, 1956; Unknown Sayings of Jesus, by J. Jeremias, 1957; Modern Catholicism, by W. von Loewenich, 1959; Kerygma and Myth II, 1962; (with I. Fuller) Two Studies in the Theology of Bonhoeffer, 1967; Reverence for Life, by A. Schweitzer, 1971; (with I. Fuller) Church and Theology; (with I. Fuller) The New Testament: A Guide to Its Writings, by G. Bornkamm, 1973; (with I. Fuller) The Holy Spirit, by E. Schweizer, 1980; (with I. Fuller) The Johannine Episltes, by R. Schnacken- burg, 1992. Address: Westminster Canterbury House, 1600 Westbrook Ave Apt 320, Richmond, VA 23227-3328, U.S.A.

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