Donald Bloesch, UCC Evangelical, Died Tuesday

The United Church of Christ loses a prominent conservative voice.

Donald G. Bloesch, a prominent evangelical scholar in the United Church of Christ (UCC) and an advisory editor at Christianity Today, died on Tuesday in Dubuque, Iowa.

Bloesch, who was professor emeritus at the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, was well known as a voice of renewal in the United Church of Christ.

"He gave us not only an understanding of the deep perversity in the mainline church, but theological skills to be effective witnesses in a difficult time," said David Runnion-Bareford, executive director of the Biblical Witness Fellowship, a spiritual renewal group within the UCC. "It is ironic that this evangelical was the most widely read and respected UCC theologian of his generation."

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