Richard Shaull

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Millard Richard Shaull (November 24, 1919–October 25, 2002)[1] was an American theologian.

Biography[edit]

Shaull was born November 24, 1919, in Felton, Pennsylvania, to Millard and Anna (Brenneman) Shaull. He earned a B.A. from Elizabethtown College (1938), and a Th. B. (1941) and Th.D. (1959) from Princeton Theological Seminary.[1] He served as a missionary to Colombia and later taught ecumenics at Princeton Theological Seminary until he retired in 1980, in addition to serving with the World Student Christian Federation.[1] He died at age 82 on October 25, 2002 at home in Ardmore, Pennsylvania.[2]

Selected Publications[edit]

  • "Latin America: Three Responses to a New Historical Situation." Interpretation 46, 3 (July 1992): 261-270.
  • "The Pentecost Appeal to the Poor." Church & Society 86, 4 (March-April 1996): 49-55.
  • "From Academic Research to Spiritual Transformation: Reflections on a Study of Pentecostalism in Brazil." Pneuma 20, 1 (Spring 1998): 71-84.
  • "What Can the Mainline Learn from Pentecostals about Pentecost Preaching." Journal for Preachers 21, 4 (Pentecost 1998): 8-14.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "(Millard) Richard Shaull". Contemporary Authors Online. Detroit: Gale. 2003. 
  2. ^ "The Rev. M. Richard Shaull, 82, Missionary". New York Times. 4 November 2002. Retrieved 18 June 2013.