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Magda Krogh (1913-1994), BD in Theology. Married 1946 to Rev. Johannes Thoft Krogh. Sent by Dan
Magda Krogh (1913-1994), cand. theol. Gift 1946 med pastor Johannes Thoft Krogh. Udsendt af Dansk Santalmission til Nordindien, 1947-1978. Arbejdssteder: Kaerabani 1947, Gaorang/Gaurang 1948, Benagaria (Santal Theological Seminary) 1953. Pastor Johannes Thoft Krogh var leder og Magda Krogh underviser ved Den Teologiske Præsteskole i Benagaria, 1953-1971. Undervisningen blev i denne periode udbygget til en teologisk uddannelse på ret højt plan, og fra 1955 af fire års varighed. Fra 1963 opnåede man anerkendelse fra Serampore Universitets Teologiske Fakultet, så studenter fra Benagaria kunne fuldføre deres uddannelse der, på akademisk niveau. 1972 flyttede de til Calcutta, hvor Magda Krogh afsluttede sin tjeneste som associeret professor ved Bishop's College, 1974-78
Date Created and/or Issued
1975
Publication Information
University of Southern California. Libraries
Contributing Institution
University of Southern California Digital Library
Collection
International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960
Rights Information
CC Attribution (CC BY). https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Må bruges med kildeangivelse: Danmission Photo Archive / Should be used with source reference: Danmission Photo Archive.
Danmission
Strandagervej 24, 2900 Hellerup, Denmark
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danmission@danmission.dk
Description
Magda Krogh (1913-1994), BD in Theology. Married 1946 to Rev. Johannes Thoft Krogh. Sent by Danish Santal Mission to North India, 1947-1878. Working areas: Kaerabani 1947, Gaorang/Gaurang 1948, Benagaria (Santal Theological Seminary) from 1953. Rev. Johannes Thoft Krogh was head, and Magda Krogh teacher in Theology, at Santal Theological Seminary in Benagaria, 1953-1971. During this period the teaching developed into a theological education at a quite high level, and from 1955 of four years duration. From 1963 the Seminary obtained recognition from the Theological Faculty of Serampore University giving the students opportunity to fulfil their education at an Academic level. 1972 they moved to Calcutta, where Magda Krogh finished her service as associate professor at the Bishop's College, 1974-78.
Type
image
Format
image/jpeg
photographs
Identifier
imp-dan-Folder119_00025A.jpg
http://doi.org/10.25549/impa-c123-98699
http://thumbnails.digitallibrary.usc.edu/imp-dan-Folder119_00025A.jpg
Subject
Danish Santal Mission
Danmission
Dansk Santalmission
Santal Parganas
FOLDER119
Magda Krogh
Gaurang
Gaorang
Kaerabani
Benagaria
Benagaria Teologiske Præsteskole
Santal Theological Seminary
Kirke Mission
Church Mission
Teologisk uddannelse
Theological Education
Calcutta
Bishop's College
Santalkirken
The Santal Church
NELC
Northern Evg. Lutheran Church
Ledelse Administration
Management Administration
Missionærer
Missionaries
Indien Nord
India North
Portrætter
Portraits
Time Period
1975
Place
Asia
Calcutta
Indien Nord
India, North
Indien
India
West Bengal
Source
Folder119_00025A.tiff [File]
Relation
Danmission Photo Archive
International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960
Photographs of the Danmission, Copenhagen, Denmark
http://fotoarkiv.danmission.dk/fotoweb/archives/5001-Danmission%20Photo%20Archive/archive/photo_archive/Folder119_00025A.tiff.info#preview-media

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