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Religious studies educator

Heinz Giesen, religious studies educator. Ordained priest Roman Catholic Church. Member of Rhine-Main Meeting of Old and New Testament scholars, Association German Speaking Roman Catholic New Testament Scholars, Society for New Testament Studies.

Background

Giesen, Heinz was born on March 22, 1940 in Bochum, Germany. Son of Hubert and Sophie Giesen.

Education

License theological, Pontificum Athenaeum Anselmianum, Rome, 1969. Doctor of Theology, Pontificum Athenaeum Anselmianum, Rome, 1971. License biblical, Pontificum Institutum Biblicum, Rome, 1972.

Doctor in Re Biblical, Pontificum Institutum Biblicum, Rome, 1982.

Career

Professor New Testament exegesis and theology Phil. Theological Hochschule der Redemptoristen, Hennef, Germany, 1973—1996, Phil. Theological Hochschule SVD, Sankt Augustin, Germany, since 1996.

Achievements

  • Ordained priest Roman Catholic Church.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Problem of Excommunication According to the Gospel of Matthew, 1970, Christian Ethics: Redaction critical investigation into the concept of dikaiosyne in the Gospel According to Matthew, 1982, Faith and Ethics Volume 1: Contributions to the Exegesis and Theology of the Gospels According to Matthew and Mark, 1983, Faith and Ethics Volume 2: Contributions to the Exegesis and Theology of the New Testament, 1983, Apocalypse of John, 1986, 1989, 1992, 1996, 2002, Encouragement to Being a Christian, 1992, The Kingdom of God - Today or Tomorrow? On Jesus' and the Synoptic Gospel's Message of Salvation, 1995, The Revelation of John, 1997, Studies on the Apocalypse of John, Jesus' Message of Salvation and the Church, 2004. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of Rhine-Main Meeting of Old and New Testament scholars, Association German Speaking Roman Catholic New Testament Scholars, Society for New Testament Studies.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, sports.

Connections

father:
Hubert Giesen

mother:
Sophie Giesen