Christianity, Danish Church, theology
In both pulpit and classroom, S. D. Rodholm was a great teacher and a true servant of the church. His capacity for learning and discernment was enormous, yet he never used big words nor in any way intimidated anyone. To me, he was always the wise, old seer. He made it very clear that his purpose in teaching was not to make cut and dried theologians out of us. His purpose, rather, was to help us, his students, become servants of THE WORD. He said many times, “Simple Christianity has been my life’s goal.” He hoped it would also be ours.
Thomsen, Peter D.
"Recollections of S. D. Rodholm,"
The Bridge: Vol. 40:
2, Article 10.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol40/iss2/10