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*Dr James Berquist, President of Lutheran Bible Institute Seattle., is a foremost leader in the world-wide ecumencial scene.
He served as the Assoc. Director of the Theological Education Fund of the World Council of Churches for a number of years, was a faculty member of the Gurukul Theological Seminary in Madras, India, Dean of the Faculty at the ELCA Trinity Seminary in Ohio, and Executive Director of the Division for Outreach of the ELCA.
"Early" and "Catholicism" are not dirty words (October, 2006)
by James A. BergquistReprinted from October 2006 Forum Letter Copyright 2006 American Lutheran Publicity Bureau.All rights reserved.
...James A. Bergquist has been a missionary in India, was the academic dean at Trinity Lutheran Seminary and following that, became director of Outreach for the American Lutheran Church.Upon formation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, he became the ELCA's first outreach director.He
is presently teaching theology in Hong Kong and was just invited to teach a Biblical studies course at Guangzhou (formerly Canton) University in China.
Metro Lutheran | The Real Saint Patrick
James A. Bergquist / March 17, 2011
James A. Bergquist is the retired President of Trinity Lutheran College in Seattle, a former India missionary, seminary professor and dean, a pastor and home mission director of the ALC and ELCA, and for the past ten years a post-retirement visiting professor at seminaries in Hong Kong and India.
Lutheran CORE - An Open Letter to the Voting Members of the 2009 ELCA Churchwide Assembly
Rev. Dr. James A. Bergquist, Bloomington, MN, President Emeritus, Trinity Lutheran College, Everett, WA
Akeley, MN Area News Archives
ISlAM - Dr. James Bergquist, retired college president and former seminary academic dean, will present an evening lecture on "Islam", January 6, at the First Lutheran Church.Jim lives on Lake Kabekona, Laporte, Minnesota.He will speak about the history and teachings of Islam and address the question of contemporary militant Islam.The evening session will begin at 7:00 p.m. and unfold in two 45-minute discussion sessions with a coffee break between.Bergquist recently returned from Hong Kong where he taught at the Lutheran Seminary and more recently he returned from Trinity Lutheran College in Seattle where he taught two classes this fall semester.He has also served in India as a seminary teacher, lived among Islamic peoples and has traveled extensively in Asia.
This presentation is free and open to the public and all are cordially invited.White Oak Bible Chapel
- Wednesday Warriors meetings for Grades 2 thru 5 at 6:00 p.m. to 7:10 p.m. Wednesdays.A Hot Dog supper will be served for the kids.MORE Church