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Contributors - Oscar Cullmann. Bio s - Dr. Oscar Cullmann — was born in Strasbourg—then in Germany—where he studied classical philology and theology. From then on, he held a variety of teaching positions involving history and theology. He is best known for his extensive work in the ecumenical movement and can be partially credited for establishing a dialogue between the Lutheran and Roman Catholic traditions.
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Christ and Time, 3rd Edition
He is best known for his work in the ecumenical movement and was partly responsible for the establishment of dialogue between the Lutheran and Roman Catholic traditions. Because of his intense ecumenical work, Cullmann's Basel colleague Karl Barth joked with him that his tombstone would bear the inscription "advisor to three popes. Cullmann was born in Strasbourg then in Germany and studied classical philology and theology at the seminary there. In , he accepted an assistant professorship, a position previously held by Albert Schweitzer. In , he was awarded a full professorship of New Testament. From , he also taught the history of the early church.
Christ and Time: The Primitive Christian Conception of Time