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David J. Diephouse

Short Name: David J. Diephouse
Full Name: Diephouse, David J., 1947-
Birth Year: 1947

Born: 1947, Grand Ha­ven, Mi­chi­gan.

Educated at Cal­vin Coll­ege, Grand Ra­pids, Mi­chi­gan, and Prince­ton Uni­ver­si­ty, New Jer­sey, Diep­house taught at Rut­gers Un­i­ver­si­ty, New Bruns­wick, New Jer­sey (1974-76). In 1976 he be­came pro­fes­sor of his­to­ry at Cal­vin Coll­ege, Grand Ra­pids, Mi­chi­gan. He served on wor­ship com­mit­tees for the Church of the Ser­vant in Grand Ra­pids, and for the Chris­tian Re­formed Church. His works in­clude:

Pastors and Plur­al­ism in Wurt­tem­berg, 1918-1933

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