From an early age Dietrich Seidel showed a keen interest in both science and religion. With a German father and Austrian mother he quickly became an international scholar. He studied engineering at the Vienna University of Technology and religion at the Unification Theological Seminary (UTS) in Barrytown, New York (Masters) and then at the University of St. Michael’s College in Toronto, Canada (Doctorate). As a professor, he was awarded a grant from the Templeton Foundation for developing a course on “Science and Religion.”
A diligent and reflective scholar, Dietrich has taught students on three continents: North America, Europe and Asia. He developed a passion for marriage and family enrichment, expressed both theoretically through his studies of such thinkers as Friedrich Schleiermacher and in practice through the many seminars and workshops he conducted together with his wife, Elisabeth.
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Nice site Elizabeth.
Hello Elisabeth, my name is David Oran Miller. I’m currently reading your book “Stories of my Life” and I’m thoroughly enjoying it. My wife, Momoyo and I were Blessed in the 2075 blessing in 1982 and live in the SF Bay Area. You know our son in law’s mother, Christa Segato, who lives in Italy. Anyway, I’d love to talk sometime. I mostly communicate via Facebook Messenger and Zoom these days. I sent you a Facebook friend request. God bless you, David.