Doerne, Martin(399 words)

Meyer-Blanck, Michael

(Mar 20, 1900, Schönbach, Saxony – Sep 2, 1970, Göttingen) was a practical theologian of Lutheran provenience who may be categorized in the sphere of influence of “Word of God theology” (K. Barth), but who sought to take into account influences from Berneuchen theology (W. Stählin, A.D. Müller, O. Haendler) and empirical aspects of the church. After serving as a pastor, Doerne became director of the seminary in Lückendorf, Saxony in 1927 and professor of practical theology in …

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Meyer-Blanck, Michael. "Doerne, Martin." Religion Past and Present. Brill Online, 2014. Reference. 01 August 2014 <http://referenceworks.brillonline.com/entries/religion-past-and-present/doerne-martin-SIM_03787>
First appeared online: 2011
First Print Edition: isbn: 9789004146662, 2006-2013



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