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George Dunbar Kilpatrick

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This chapter presents the biography of George Dunbar Kilpatrick (GDK). GDK was born in September 1910 in Coal Creek, a mining camp several miles above Fernie in British Columbia. Early in 1915 his father left Canada to serve in the war. The following year he was killed in Europe. At the end of the war, there were several openings in New Testament teaching and in due course GDK was appointed Reader in Theology and head of department at University College, Nottingham, which was a pioneer appointment. Since taking that chair GDK's achievements have been distinguished and many. His publications increased as can be seen from the Bibliography of his writings. His work in this field continues to be inspiring, provocative and of immense value to all students of the New Testament text.

Keywords: biographical notes; George Dunbar Kilpatrick (GDK); New Testament text

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