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Hesse, Hermann Albert

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Author(s): Ulrichs, Hans-Georg
[German Version] (Apr 22, 1877, Weener – Jul 26, 1957, Elberfeld); 1901 Lic.theol. (Tübingen), 1925 D.theol. (Bonn), was pastor in Elberfeld (1916–1946) where he was active as a journalist and in church politics; he edited the RKZ from 1918 to 1929 and was director of the Reformed seminary beginning in 1929. Within the Reformed context, he initially contradicted K.Barth. In the spring of 1933, Hesse belonged to the so-called Drei-Männer-Kollegium [College of three] and, tutored by Barth, turned to the Confessing Church. Starting f…


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Author(s): Ulrichs, Hans-Georg
[German Version] 1. Wilhelm Gustav (Jan 9, 1878, Rheydt – Apr 17, 1953, Bonn), influenced by his Lower Rhine background, he was introduced to the history of the Reformed Church through his studies with K. Müller. From 1901–1909 he worked as inspector in the Reformed student convictorium in Halle (August Lang), and received the Lic.theol. in 1909. His work on the Dutch Reformation, which earned him the Dr. h.c. from the University of Utrecht in 1913, is valued even today; it was Goeters's sole monograph. Professor of church history in Bonn from 1913, Goeters only attained an ¶ endowed chair i…


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Author(s): Ulrichs, Hans-Georg
[German Version] 1. Franz Michael (Jun 4, 1833, Moers – Mar 3, 1900, Bremen), from 1862 to his death, head of the Norddeutsche Mission; co-founder of the Continental Mission Conference (1866); worked closely with G. Warneck and the Allgemeine Missions-Zeitschrift ( AMZ, 1874ff.), which Warneck founded, and critical of the pro-colonial tendency in the mission and its idea of a people’s church. In 1890 he resigned as head of the Deutscher Evangelischer Missionsrat. In theology he was influenced by the Erlangen school, and pedagogically h…


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Author(s): Ustorf, Werner | Ulrichs, Hans-Georg | Swarat, Uwe
[English Version] 1.Franz Michael , (4.6.1833 Moers – 5.3.1900 Bremen), von 1862 bis zu seinem Tod Leiter der Norddeutschen Mission, Mitbegründer der Kontinentalen Missions-Konferenz (1866), enger Mitarbeiter von G. Warneck und der von diesem begründeten »Allg. Missions-Zeitschrift« (AMZ, 1874ff.). Z. war polit. liberal und ein Kritiker des prokolonialen Kurses sowie des Volkskirchengedankens in der Mission (1890 Rücktritt von der Leitung des Dt. Ev. Missionsrats). Theol. war er geprägt von der Erl…