Reformed Churchmen

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Wednesday, August 6, 2014

7 August 2009 A.D. Geoffrey W. Bromiley Dies--Revered Anglican Professor

7 August 2009 A.D.  Geoffrey W. Bromiley Dies--Revered Anglican Professor. 

Mr. Bromiley (1915 - August 7, 2009) was a church historian and historical theologian. He was professor emeritus at Fuller Theological Seminary, having been Professor of Church History and Historical Theology there from 1958 until his retirement in 1987."[1]

Bromiley, born in Bromley Cross, Lancashire, England, in 1915, earned his MA at Cambridge University and his PhD, DLitt, and DD at the University of Edinburgh. Ordained in the Church of England, he served from 1951 to 1958 as Rector of St. Thomas’s Church, Edinburgh. In 1958, he accepted the appointment as Professor of Church History and Historical Theology at Fuller, where he served until his retirement in 1987."[1]

Geoffrey W. Bromiley died on August 7, 2009.


Bromiley also co-edited the English translation of Karl Barth's Church Dogmatics series with T. F. Torrance.

Whilst not all his original work, Bromiley is also listed as Author of the Fully Revised Edition of.


External links

Online writings

Only God is Free, Christianity Today, Feb 20027 August

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