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us: Grant, Robert M. (Robert McQueen), 1917-2014

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    • us: Grant, Robert McQueen, 1917-2014
    • us: Grant, Robert, 1917-2014
    • us: Grant, R. M. (Robert McQueen), 1917-2014
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    • found: The Bible in the church, 1948.
    • found: Center for Hermeneutical Studies in Hellenistic and Modern Culture. The problem of miraculous feedings ... c1982: CIP t.p. (Robert M. Grant)
    • found: A short history of the interpretation of the Bible, c1984: CIP t.p. (Robert Grant)
    • found: Jesus after the Gospels, c1990: CIP t.p. (Robert M. Grant) data sheet (b. Nov. 25, 1917)
    • found: Gnosticism and early Christianity, 1966: t.p. (R.M. Grant)
    • found: University of Chicago magazine, April 2003: (Robert Grant ..., the professor emeritus of New Testament and early Christianity, has spent the past 77 years attempting to correct the historical record of the places and events surrounding the sinkings of World War I German U-boats)
    • found: Reading religions in the ancient world, 2007: t.p. (Robert McQueen Grant)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed Apr. 21, 2015 (under Robert M. Grant (theologian): Robert McQueen Grant; b. Nov. 25, 1917, Evanston, Ill.; d. June 10, 2014, Chicago; academic theologian and the Carl Darling Buck Professor Emeritus of Humanities and of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of Chicago (in the former Department of New Testament & Early Christian Literature and also in the Divinity School); his scholarly work focused on the New Testament and early Christianity)
    • found: University of Chicago Divinity School WWW site, viewed Apr. 21, 2015 (Robert M. Grant; b. Robert McQueen Grant, Nov. 25, 1917, Evanston, Ill.; d. June 10, 2014, Hyde Park, aged 96; ordained minister in the Protestant Episcopal Church; Carl Darling Buck Professor Emeritus of New Testament and Early Christian Literature at the University of Chicago Divinity School, where he taught from 1953 until his retirement in 1988; the most prolific and influential American historian of ancient Christianity of his generation; also an international authority on U-boats in World War I)
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