Notable Former Professors

Edward J. Young


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Life
Born: November 29, 1907
Died: February 14, 1968

Education
Stanford University (A.B., 1929)
Westminster Theological Seminary (Th.B., Th.M., 1935)
Dropsie College (Ph.D., 1943)

Work
Minister in the Presbyterian Church, USA, 1935-1936
Minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, 1936 until his death
Professor of Old Testament, Westminster, 1936 until his death

Representative Books
Old Testament Introduction (1949)
The Prophecy of Daniel (commentary, 1949)
My Servants the Prophets (1952)
Thy Word is Truth (1957)
The Book of Isaiah (commentary, 1965-1972)

  

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