|born on||8 May 1901 at 06:00 (= 06:00 AM )|
|Place||Oslo, Norway, 59n55, 10e45|
|Timezone||MET h1e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||16°54' 06°15 Asc. 29°36'|
Norwegian theologian, the first female minister of the Church of Norway.
During World War II she was arrested for resistance fighting which primarily consisted of writing letters to the leading Nazis in Norway, among them Vidkun Quisling. She also tried to interrupt a speech that Josef Terboven held in front of the Royal Palace. She was arrested in 1943 and remained in captivity until the very end of the war.
In 1951, aged 50, she started preliminary examinations at the University of Oslo. She graduated with the cand.theol. in 1958, and took the practical-theological examination in 1960. She was ordained by the Bishop of Hamar, Kristian Schjelderup, in Vang Church on 19 March 1961.
Bkjerkås died on 30 November 1980. She was 79.
Viktor E. quotes certificate of live birth in hand.
- Vocation : Military : Pacifist/ Objector
- Vocation : Religion : Ecclesiastics/ western