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Victor Gold oral history

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Victor Gold Oral History. . 1988. Retrieved from the Atla Digital Library,

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(1988). Victor Gold oral history. Retrieved from the Atla Digital Library,

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Victor Gold Oral History. 1988. Retrieved from the Atla Digital Library,

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  • Description : Victor R. Gold, Sr (1924-2008) graduated from Wartburg College, Waverly, Iowa, in 1945, and attended Wartburg Theological Seminary, Dubuque, Iowa, where he graduated with a Bachelors of Divinity degree in 1946. He received his doctoral degree in Old Testament studies from John Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD in 1951. He served congregations in Texas, Maryland and Michigan as pastor prior to coming to Berkeley to teach at the Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary and the Graduate Theological Union. He retired after some 50 years of teaching. A noted scholar of the Old Testament, Dr Gold wrote for the Oxford Annotated Bible, and has more than 200 entries in the Interpreter's Dictionary of the Bible. Collection Guide : Inventory of the Oral History Collection, 1988 Rights : Copyrighted. All literary rights in the audio or manuscript, including the right to publish, are reserved to Graduate Theological Union. Excerpts up to 1000 words from this interview may be quoted for publication without seeking permission as long as the use is non-commercial and properly cited. Requests for permission to quote for other publication should be addressed to Head of Archives and Special Collections, Graduate Theological Union, 2400 Ridge Road, Berkeley, California, 94709. Digitized by the California Audiovisual Preservation Project (CAVPP) .
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