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Terence Fretheim was first connected with the Luther Seminary faculty as a teaching fellow in Greek in 1958-60 while he was still a seminary student. He returned as assistant professor in 1968 and became professor of Old Testament in 1978. He was dean of academic affairs (1978-88) and also served as acting chair of the Old Testament department (1977-78) and chair of the curriculum committee (1976-77).
"The Bible opens up conversation. There are gaps in its stories, which invite us to use our imagination. We’re invited to unpack its metaphors. Its poetry invites us in.”
Terry Fretheim wants students to share his love for the "Godly Old Testament." He's passionate about "a God who weeps, who gets angry, who rejoices . . . a God who is in genuine interaction with the world." [more...]
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