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Arndt, William Frederick

(December 1, 1880–February 25, 1957). B. Mayville, Wisconsin; d. Cambridge, Eng.; grad. St. Louis 1903; pastor Bluff City, Tennessee, 1903–05; St. Joseph, Missouri, 1905–10; Brooklyn, New York, 1910–12; prof. St. Paul's Coll., Concordia, Missouri, 1912–21; Conc. Sem., St. Louis, 1921–57; on leave of absence to establish a pastoral training program for the Ev. Luth. Ch. of Eng. 1956–57. Secy. W Dist., Mo. Syn., 1912–21; mem. Mo. Syn. Bd. of For. Miss. 1921–56; mem. Com. for Luth. Union 1923–29, 1935–50. Ed. Magazin für Ev.-luth. Homiletik und Pastoraltheologie 1924–26; Theological Monthly 1926–30; coed. Concordia Theological Monthly 1930–38; managing ed. 1938–49; coauthor, Popular Symbolics; collaborator, A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament, a tr. and adaptation of W. Bauer's Griechisch-Deutsches Wörterbuch. Other works include Does the Bible Contradict Itself? “Siehe, ich stehe vor der Tür!” Bible Difficulties; Christian Prayer; Fundamental Christian Beliefs; New Testament History; The Life of St. Paul; From the Nile to the Waters of Damascus; Bible Commentary: The Gospel According to St. Luke. See also Lexicons, B. ARS

P. M. Bretscher, “William Frederick Arndt, 1880 to 1957,” CTM, XVIII (June 1957), 401–408.

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