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Aulén, Gustaf

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Author(s): Bergmann, Sigurd
[German Version] (May 15, 1879, Ljungby, Sweden– Dec 16, 1977, Lund) was a student of N. Söderblom and Einar Magnus Billing. From 1913 to 1933, he was professor of systematic theology at Lund, from 1933 to 1952 bishop of Strängnäs, and from 1944 to 1950 president of the Academy of Music. With A.T.S. Nygren and Ragnar Bring, …

Scandinavia, Theology in

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Author(s): Gregersen, Niels Henrik | Rasmusson, Arne | Bergmann, Sigurd | Saarinen, Risto
[German Version] I. Denmark With the coming of the Reformation in 1536, the University of Copenhagen, founded in 1478, gained new academic status. P. Palladius was among the first of many Danish theologians to receive a doctorate at Wittenberg. In his dual role as bishop of Zealand and professor of theology (a provision in place until 1830), he was well aware of his office as both ecclesiastical superintendent and royal official. Palladius energetically set about implementing the Reformation. Althou…