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Brown, Raymond (Edward)

(1928–  ) Catholic theologian; born in New York City. A Sulpician priest with doctorates from St. Mary's Seminary (Baltimore, Md.) and Johns Hopkins University, he taught at St. Mary's (through 1971) and then at Union Theological Seminary (New York City), becoming an outstanding biblical scholar. He was president of the Catholic Biblical Association (1971–72) and served on the Vatican Secretariat for Christian Unity (1968–73).
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Detective Chief Inspector Raymond Brown said: "We are working to establish the movements of Mr Oliphant and the circumstances that led to the attack.
The late Raymond Brown always insisted that the itinerant preacher we follow never intended to found a church as we know it.
That Spirit, as New Testament scholar Raymond Brown puts it, is "a Once-and-Coming Spirit"--coming in every age to renew and refresh the ministry of the church, to grace and guide us for our work in the world.
Cowbridge Road West will be temporarily closed to enable the bridge, which has been designed and built by Raymond Brown Construction Ltd, to be lifted into position by a large crane this weekend.
Raymond Brown Construction Ltd has started to install 119 new concrete beach huts at Milford on Sea.
Husband Raymond Brown said: "She was just so angry and frustrated.
The judging panel includes representatives from sponsors Vattenfall, The Crown Estate, Invicta PA and Raymond Brown Renewables and is chaired by David Clubb, director of RENEWABLEUK Cymru.
He was savagely set upon by Raymond Brown, Charles Lamont and Lamont's son, Dalton Barnett, and the three were convicted of their role in the killing last week.
Raymond Brown, 'The Jews', and the Gospel of John: From Apologia to Apology
The works will be carried out in collaboration with Raymond Brown Construction Limited following a competitive tender process.
s real divergence from exegetes like Raymond Brown and Hermann Gunkel is ultimately measured by their source-critical disagreements.
Also, as Raymond Brown implies, Mark would seem to have intentionally downplayed Christ's divinity if he had access to, but rejected Matthew's and Luke's Christology.