Prof. Dr. Loren T. Stuckenbruck
Born in Tübingen, Germany
1977 – 1981:
focused on biblical studies and Greek at Milligan College in Tennessee (B.A.)
1981 – 1982:
special language studies at Butler University in Indianapolis
1982 – 1986:
Master of Divinity at Princeton Theological Seminary
1986 – 1988:
after two years in Tübingen and Heidelberg on a Fulbright Grant, did the Ph.D. degree at Princeton Theological Seminary (1988 – 1992; awarded 1994)
1992 – 1994:
Taught at Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel (Wiss. Ang., Wiss. Asst.), then as Lecturer, (1994 – 1999), Reader (1999 – 2003)
2003 – 2009:
B. F. Westcott Chair in Biblical Studies at Durham University UK
Came to LMU after being Richard Dearborn Professor of New Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary (2009 – 2012)
since January 2010:
In addition, has honorary professorships at Durham University UK
since April 2011:
University of Aarhus
Lady Davis Visiting Professor at Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Primary or Co-Supervisor for 28 Ph.D. successful degree candidates, member of dissertation committees for three further completed Ph.D.’s.
Member of the Disciples of Christ/Independent Christian Churches, in which he was ordained to ministry in 1982.
- Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature from the Second Temple period.
- New Testament theology, especially theological anthropology, the problem of evil, “apocalyptic” thought, and the understanding of God.
- The study of Aramaic, Hebrew, Greek, and Classical Ethiopic Texts relating to the Second Temple period.