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Jan Rudolph Slotemaker de Bruïne

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Jan Rudolph Slotemaker de Bruïne (6 May 1869 – 1 May 1941) was a Dutch politician of the defunct Christian Historical Union (CHU) party now merged into the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) party and theologian. Slotemaker de Bruïne applied at the Utrecht University in June 1889 majoring in Theology and obtaining a Bachelor of Theology degree in July 1891 and worked as a student researcher before graduating with a Master of Theology degree in July 1894 and later got a doctorate as an Doctor of Theology in June 1896 and a Doctor of Philosophy in July 1898. Slotemaker de Bruïne served as a Minister of the Dutch Reformed Church from August 1894 until March 1926 in Haulerwijk from August 1894 until May 1897 in Beilen from May 1897 until January 1900 in Middelburg from January 1900 until September 1903 in Nijmegen from September 1903 until December 1907 and in Utrecht from December 1907 until March 1916. Slotemaker de Bruïne also worked as editor of the newspaper De Voorzorg from April 190
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