Daniel Grolin

Daniel GrolinDaniel Grolin is a Bahá’í living in Denmark, the most Lutheran of countries (or so they think). In High School, when he first encountered academic biblical scholarship, he became gravely concerned with the implication of this science for Bahá’ís, in terms of the significance for reading as Scripture and effect on Bahá’í-Christian dialogue. He pursued this interest through service in the Holy Land and through most of his time at university. He published “Jesus and Early Christianity in the Gospels” through George Ronald as a means drawing together what he had learned and concluded from his studies.

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