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Clergyman , educator

Archibald Edwin Deitz was an American clergyman and educator.

Background

Deitz, Archibald Edwin was born on October 27, 1869 in Berne, Albany County, New York, United States. Son of Charles Edwin and Laura Jane (Ludden) Deitz.

Education

Graduate Hartwick Seminary, New York, 1886. Studied theology at same seminary 2 years. Graduate Gettysburg (Pennsylvania) Seminary, 1892.

Doctor of Divinity, Hartwick, 1916.

Career

Ordained ministry United Lutheran Church in America, 1892. Pastor Rhinebeck, New York, 1892-1898, Poestenkill, New York, 1899-1904, Riverside, California, 1904-1908, Ponca, Nebraska, 1908-1911, Jersey City, New Jersey, 1912-1920, Hartwick Seminary, 1920-1924, New York City, 1924-1928, Bellmore, Long Island, New York, 1928-1931. Professor systematic theology and New Testament exegesis, 1920-1924, professor systematic theology, Hartwick Seminary, 1930-1941.

Lecturer in dogmatics in Philadelphia Lutheran Theological Seminary, 1943-1945. Author: The Untroubled Heart, 1896. Exploring the Deeps—Studies in Theology, 1935.

Connections

Married Caroline W. Secor, October 18, 1893 (died December 18, 1907).; married second, Marie Barbara Lederle, August 3, 1919. Children: Vernon I., Harlan S.

father:
Charles Edwin Deitz

mother:
Laura Jane (Ludden) Deitz

spouse:
Caroline W. Secor

spouse:
Marie Barbara Lederle

child:
Vernon I. Deitz

child:
Harlan S. Deitz