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researcher , theologian

Wolfgang Oskar Max Schenk, German theologian, researcher. Ordained reverend Lutheran Seminary, Eisenach, Germany, 1958. Member City Council, Eppstein, Taunus, Germany, 1989-1991. Member International Fellowshiop of Reconciliation, Society New Testament Studies, Evangelische Theologie.

Background

Schenk, Wolfgang Oskar Max was born on April 29, 1934 in Jena, Thuringia, Germany. Son of Oskar and Erna (Wilhelm) Schenk.

Education

Academically qualified theologian, University Jena, Germany, 1957. Total harmonic distortion Jena, Germany, 1965.

Career

Reverend Lutheran Church, Hirschberg, Germany, 1957-1967. Professor New Testament Theological Seminary, Naumburg, Germany, 1967-1976. Visiting professor Free University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1979.

Deputy professor University Göttingen, Germany, 1983-1984, 92-93. Research professor University Bonn, Germany, 1983-1985, 88-91, deputy professor, 1994-1995. Visiting professor University Uppsala, Sweden, 1984, University Viena, 1997-1998.

Leader Society Evangelical Theologie, East Germany, 1969-1981. Chairman Linguistic Seminary in SNTS, 1980-1984. Member Deutsche Gesellschaft für Semiotic, 1981.

Board directors Jüdisches Lehrhaus, Frankfurt, 1986-1991.

Achievements

  • Ordained reverend Lutheran Seminary, Eisenach, Germany, 1958.

Membership

Member City Council, Eppstein, Taunus, Germany, 1989-1991. Member International Fellowshiop of Reconciliation, Society New Testament Studies, Evangelische Theologie.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: swimming, dog keeping, gardening, traveling, music.

Connections

father:
Oskar Schenk

mother:
Erna (Wilhelm) Schenk