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Gilbert E. Doan

Short Name: Gilbert E. Doan
Full Name: Doan, Gilbert E., 1930-
Birth Year: 1930

Born: Sep­tem­ber 14, 1930, Beth­le­hem, Penn­syl­van­ia.

Doan was ed­u­cat­ed at Har­vard Un­i­ver­si­ty (BA 1942); Lu­ther­an The­o­lo­gi­cal Sem­in­a­ry (BD 1955); the Un­i­ver­si­ty of Penn­syl­van­ia (MA 1962, though he re­turned it to the school to pro­test their po­lic­ies); and Wag­ner Col­lege (DD, late 1970s). He served as a cam­pus pas­tor in Phil­a­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia (1955-61); North­east­ern Di­rect­or of the Na­tion­al Lu­ther­an Cam­pus Min­is­try; and pastor of the Lu­ther­an Church of the Ho­ly Com­mun­ion, Phil­a­del­phia (1984-95). His works in­clude:

The Preach­ing of Fred­er­ick W. Ro­bert­son (ed­it­or), 1964
Renewal in the Pul­pit, 1966
Sermons on Peace and War
Preaching to Col­lege Stu­dents
Worship in Cam­pus Min­is­try

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Texts by Gilbert E. Doan (9)sort descendingAsInstances
All glory be to God on high, And thanks to him foreverGilbert E. Doan (Translator)7
Come, let us eat, for now the feast is spreadGilbert E. Doan, b. 1930 (Author (st. 4))13
I leave, as you have promised, LordGilbert E. Doan, 1930- (Author)2
I trust, O Christ, in You aloneG. E. Doan, b. 1930 (Translator)5
Jerusalem, whose towers touch the skiesGilbert E. Doan (Translator)2
Lord, as a pilgrim through life I goGilbert E. Doan, b. 1930 (Translator)4
O Lord, throughout these forty daysGilbert E. Doan, 1930- (Paraphraser)4
Lord, who throughout these forty daysGilbert E. Doan, b. 1930 (Paraphaser)3
O Savior of our fallen raceGilbert E. Doan, b. 1930 (Translator)7
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