Josef Luke Hromadka
b. 1889 – d. 1969 • Protestant • Theologian
Encyclopedia of the Reformed Faith
Hromádka, Josef Lukl
Hromádka, Josef Lukl (1889–1969)Professor of theology at the Jan Hus (Comenius) Theological Faculty in Prague (1920–39; 1947–68) and guest professor at Princeton Seminary (1939–47), Hromádka served on major WCC committees (1948–61). He was founder and first president of the Christian Peace Conference
The Dictionary of Historical Theology
Hromádka, Josef Lukl (1889–1969)
Hromádka, Josef Lukl (1889–1969)Hromádka was born in Hodslavice, northern Moravia into the family of a Lutheran peasant. He studied theology in Vienna, Basle, Heidelberg and Aberdeen. In Basle, he was influenced by biblical scholars including Paul Wernle and Bernhard Duhm. In Aberdeen, it was *David
The Westminster Dictionary of Theologians
Hromadka, Josef
Hromadka, Josef (1889–1969). Reformed Czech theologian. He was born in Moravia and was educated in Vienna, Basel, and Heidelberg. He served as professor of theology in Czechoslovakia and was very active in the ecumenical movement, having served on the Executive Committee of the ⇒World Council of Churches.
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Hromadka, Josef Luke
Hromadka, Josef Luke (1889–1969)Czech Protestant theologianBorn at Hodslavice, Moravia, Hromadka was educated at the Universities of Vienna, Basel, Heidelberg, Aberdeen, and Prague. From 1912 until 1920 he was pastor of Lutheran congregations in Vsetin, Moravia, and then at Prague. In 1920 he was called