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by M.R. Zigler,Donald F. Durnbaugh

ePub To Serve the Present Age: The Brethren Service Story download
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M.R. Zigler,Donald F. Durnbaugh
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978-0871788481
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0871788489
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Brethren Press (1975)
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Donald Durnbaugh was a historian, scholar, ecumenist and peacemaker . In 1949, while serving in Austria as a postwar relief worker, he met the other great mentor in his life, M. R. Ziegler, director of Brethren Service in Europe

Donald Durnbaugh was a historian, scholar, ecumenist and peacemaker, and a member of the Church of the Brethren. He met his wife, Hedwig (Hedda) Raschka, a native of Vienna, Austria, during Brethren Volunteer Service work in Austria. They have two sons and a daughter, and two grandchildren. Ziegler, director of Brethren Service in Europe. Ziegler's energetic leadership, commitment to peace and ecumenical interests all contributed significantly to Don's career. Don's vocation was that of historian.

Start by marking Church of the Brethren Past and Present as Want to Read . by Edward K. Ziegler.

Start by marking Church of the Brethren Past and Present as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

University Pennsylvania Scholar, 1956-1957, fellow, 1957-1958; National Endowment of the Humanities senior fellow, 1976-1977; fellow Association Theological Schools, 1986-1987; recipient Alumni award Manchester College, 1978. Ziegler Professor of History and Religion at Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. He was awarded an honorary doctorate by Juniata College in 2003. Church of the Brethren Yesterday and Today by Donald F. Durnbaugh, Carl Desportes Bowman (1986) Paperback. 1XZ7Y/?tag prabook0b-20.

Flag as Inappropriate Following graduation, he engaged in volunteer service in Europe through the Brethren.

Flag as Inappropriate. Born in 1927, Durnbaugh earned a bachelor's degree in history from Manchester College in North Manchester, Indiana, in 1949. Following graduation, he engaged in volunteer service in Europe through the Brethren Service Commission, working with refugees in Austria, where he later returned to direct the Brethren Service program (1953–1956). Durnbaugh went on to earn a master's degree in history from the University of Michigan in 1952 and a doctorate in history from the University of Pennsylvania in 1960.

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In the words of Dale Brown, with whom he taught at Bethany Theological Seminary, Durnbaugh was "the dean of Brethren historians. He was also considered a leading authority on other Anabaptist religious movements.

MILITARY HISTORY (US) Warfare is a major feature of the history of the middle ages, but its study has often .

MILITARY HISTORY (US) Warfare is a major feature of the history of the middle ages, but its study has often been the province of amateurs; only recently have the technical details of warfare and its organisation been subject to proper scholarly investigation.

Following graduation, he engaged in volunteer service in Europe through the Brethren Service Commission, working with refugees in Austria, where he later returned to direct the Brethren Service program (1953–1956). Brethren in Colonial America: A Source Book on the Transplantation and Development of the Church of the Brethren in the Eighteenth Century" (Brethren Press, 1967).