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Edmund Clowney

– Early life and education: – Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Earned a Bachelor of Arts from Wheaton College in 1939 – Obtained a Bachelor […]

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– Early life and education:
– Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
– Earned a Bachelor of Arts from Wheaton College in 1939
– Obtained a Bachelor of Theology from Westminster Theological Seminary in 1942
– Achieved a Master of Sacred Theology from Yale Divinity School in 1944
– Received a Doctor of Divinity from Wheaton College in 1966

– Ministry:
– Ordained in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church
– Served as pastor in churches in Connecticut, Illinois, and New Jersey
– Became the first president of Westminster Theological Seminary in 1966
– Became the theologian-in-residence of Trinity Presbyterian Church in 1984
– Held positions at Westminster Seminary California and Christ the King Presbyterian Church

– Contributions and Recognition:
– Considered one of the fathers of Tim Keller’s preaching ministry
– Honored with a Festschrift in 1990
– Published work on practical theology and the ministry of the church
– Married to Jean Granger Wright in 1942
– Had five children

– Legacy and Influence:
– Discussed the Church’s role in resisting subservience to political powers
– Obituary by Westminster Theological Seminary
– Tribute site dedicated to Edmund Clowney
– Notable figures associated with Westminster Theological Seminary
– Former presidents and faculty members of the seminary

– External links:
– “The Politics of the Kingdom” – a biblical-theological essay by Clowney
– Obituary for Dr. Edmund Clowney by Westminster Theological Seminary
– Tribute site – EdmundClowney.com
– List of academic offices at Westminster Theological Seminary
– Notable past and present faculty members of the seminary

Edmund Clowney (Wikipedia)

Edmund Prosper Clowney (/ˈklni/; July 30, 1917 – March 20, 2005) was an American theologian, educator, and pastor.

Edmund Clowney
Born
Edmund Prosper Clowney

(1917-07-30)July 30, 1917
DiedMarch 20, 2005(2005-03-20) (aged 87)
NationalityAmerican
TitlePresident of Westminster Theological Seminary
SpouseJean Granger (nee Wright)
Childrenfive children
Academic background
EducationWheaton College
Westminster Theological Seminary
Yale Divinity School
Alma materWheaton College (DD)
Academic work
DisciplineBiblical theology
InstitutionsWestminster Theological Seminary
Trinity Presbyterian Church
Westminster Seminary California
Notable worksPreaching and Biblical Theology
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