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Eduard Riegert fonds
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- Riegert, Eduard R.
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1.65 m of textual records
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Eduard R. Riegert (19-- -) is professor emeritus of homiletics at Waterloo Lutheran Seminary in Waterloo, Ontario. He obtained a BA from the University of Saskatchewan, BD from Saskatoon Lutheran College and Seminary, STM from Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, and a PhD in Homiletics from Princeton Theological Seminary. Riegert became a faculty member at Waterloo Lutheran Seminary in 1965, and retired in 1996. In addition to his teaching at Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, Dr. Riegert taught courses in the Department of Religion and Culture at Wilfrid Laurier University, in the area of Traditional Canadian Aboriginal Religion. In 2004 the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada awarded Dr. Riegert the Companion of the Worship Arts (CWA) for significant contributions to the worship life of the ELCIC. He is the author of several books, articles, and other publications.
The fonds was acquired from Eduard Riegert in 2015.
Scope and content
The fonds contains material produced and accumulated by Eduard R. Riegert throughout his career as professor of homiletics at Waterloo Lutheran Seminary. Includes notes and sermons written by Reigert, publications, teaching materials, and artefacts from Willison Hall.