F. F. Bruce
b. October 12, 1910 – d. September 11, 1990 • Scholar
Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics
Bruce, F. F.
Bruce, F. F. Frederick Fyvie Bruce (1910–1990) was born in Elgin, Scotland and trained in the classics at Elgin Academy, the University of Aberdeen, and Cambridge University. Though he is best known for his work in biblical studies, he never took formal courses in either Bible or theology. He was awarded
The Westminster Dictionary of Theologians
Bruce, F. F.
Bruce, F. F. (1910–90). Scottish biblical scholar. Born in Elgin, son of a preacher of the church of the Plymouth Brethren. In his denomination, Frederick Fyvie Bruce promoted gender justice in ecclesiastical ministries. He also was a mentor of many through his copious correspondence. His theological
Evangelical Dictionary of Theology
Bruce, Frederick Fyvie
Bruce, Frederick Fyvie (1910–90). Born in Elgin, Scotland, he studied classics at Aberdeen, Cambridge, and Vienna, and Hebrew at Leeds. Bruce taught classics at Edinburgh and Leeds, and biblical studies at Sheffield; he occupied the Rylands Chair of Biblical Exegesis and Criticism at Manchester from
Who’s Who in Christian History
Bruce, F. F.
Bruce, F. F. (Frederick Fyvie) (1910–1990)Scottish biblical scholarBorn at Elgin, son of a well-known Plymouth Brethren speaker, Bruce studied at Aberdeen, Cambridge, and Vienna, and taught at Edinburgh, Leeds, and Sheffield (1935–1959) before appointment to the historic Rylands Chair of Biblical Criticism