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Clergyman

Frederick William Schneider, American clergyman. member of faculty German Wallace College, 1897-1909; Member Society Biblical Literature and Exegesis, Pi Gamma Museum.

Background

Schneider, Frederick William was born on December 28, 1862 in Boonville, Warwick County, Indiana, United States. Son of Charles and Philippine (Hepp) Schneider.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, German Wallace College, Berea, O., 1886, Master of Arts, 1888. Bachelor of Divinity, Drew Theological Seminary, 1899. Doctor of Divinity, Baldwin U., 1906.

Doctor of Laws, Morningside College, 1936.

Career

Teacher German Wallace College, 1886-1894. Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church, Delaware, O., 1894-1895, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1895-1896. Member of faculty German Wallace College, 1897-1909.

Pastor Brooklyn, New York, 1909-1914. With Board of Sunday Schools, Methodist Episcopal Church, 1914-1918. Editorial work, Cincinnati, 1918-1920.

Vice-president and professor Bible and religion, Morningside College, Sioux City, Iowa, 1920-1936, retired.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: System der christlichen Lehre, 1908. Translator: The Christian Life (Paulus), 1892. The Bible the Word of God (Bettex), 1904.

Membership

Member of faculty German Wallace College, 1897-1909. Member Society Biblical Literature and Exegesis, Pi Gamma Museum.

Connections

Married Mary Anna Severinghaus, 1890.; married second, Emma Josephine Freyhofer, August 15, 1899. Children: Herbert Wallace, Ruben Percival.

father:
Charles Schneider

mother:
Philippine (Hepp) Schneider

spouse:
Mary Anna Severinghaus

spouse:
Emma Josephine Freyhofer

child:
Herbert Wallace Schneider

child:
Ruben Percival Schneider