3 edition of theology of Albert Schweitzer for Christian inquirers found in the catalog.
theology of Albert Schweitzer for Christian inquirers
Reprint of the 1950 ed. published by A. and C. Black, London.
|Statement||by E. N. Mozley. With an epilogue by Albert Schweitzer.|
|Contributions||Mozley, Edward Newman, 1875-1950.|
|LC Classifications||BR85 .S295 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 108 p.|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||73016630|
A little over a hundred years ago, Dr. Albert Schweitzer set forth the definitive survey of studies into the historical Jesus up to that point. His book, originally in German, was a major event that reverberates to this day. Even though many people will find his conclusions objectionable, the Brand: Bronson Tweed Publishing.
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Cited by: 2. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schweitzer, Albert, Theology of Albert Schweitzer for Christian inquirers. New York, Macmillan, [©]. OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages 20 cm: Contents: The original reception of the theological works of Dr.
Schweitzer --The "liberal-minded" Jesus as portrayed by modern conventional theology --The recorded life of Jesus covers only a few months --The words of Jesus should much more often be taken literally than has been the custom in mediæval and.
The Theology of Albert Schweitzer for Christian Inquirers: With an Epilogue by Albert Schweitzer by Edward Newman Mozley A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.
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New ed of ed by Mozley, E. N., Schweitzer, Albert (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: E. Mozley, Albert Schweitzer. Although Schweitzer deals with an apocalyptic Jesus, he also wrote a theology of Albert Schweitzer for Christian inquirers book book on Paul–The Mysticism of Paul the Apostle, still in print and well worth reading.
In many ways I find it the best book on Paul of the 20th century. My own work on Paul, Jesus and Paul, owes more to Schweitzer than any other scholar. Paul is our earliest and. that man was Albert schweitzer. bring about the Kingdom on earth. schweitzer’s book effectively brought an end to liberal theology.
this earmarked the book as a classic, but its significance Albert Schweitzer and the Interpretation of the New Testament. ChurchmanFile Size: 97KB. The Theology of Albert Schweitzer for Christian Inquirers. New York, Macmillan, Picht, Werner, Albert Schweitzer: The Man and His Work.
London, Allen & Unwin Also published under the title The Life and Thought theology of Albert Schweitzer for Christian inquirers book Albert Schweitzer.
New York, Harper & Row, Schweitzer, Albert, Christianity and the Religions of the World. If you don't know about Dr. Albert Schweitzer this is a great place to start it's a very concise and is a terrific introduction.
As others have commented, it makes us wonder how such an encyclopedic person could ultimately focus what appeared to be three different interests (music, theology, and medicine) to the ultimate service for humanity/5(11). Albert Schweitzer. Albert Schweitzer ( – ) was an Alsatian (German) theologian, musician, philosopher, physician, and medical was born in Kaysersberg, Alsace-Lorraine, Germany (now in Alsace, France).
He received the Nobel Peace Prize for founding the Lambaréné Hospital in Gabon in west central Africa. The Quest of the Historical Jesus. Albert Schweitzer. Chapter XX. Results. Those who are fond of talkng about negative theology can find their account here.
There is nothing more negative than the results of the critical study of the Life of Jesus. The Quest of the Historical Jesus (German: Geschichte der Leben-Jesu-Forschung, literally "History of Life-of-Jesus Research") is a work of Biblical historical criticism written by Albert Schweitzer during the previous year, before he began to study for a medical degree.
The original edition was translated into English by William Montgomery and published in Author: Albert Schweitzer. THE QUEST OF THE HISTORICAL JESUS is Albert Schweitzer's monumental attempt to review and comment on the research done on the historical Jesus mostly in the nineteenth century.
The book covers the work of Herman Samuel Reimarus, Paulus, David Friedrich Strauss, Bruno Bauer and many others/5(66). It has been said that Dr.
Albert Schweitzer was a deeply religious non-believer. In reading The Quest of the Historical Jesus, we are confronted with Schweitzer's exhaustive study of scholarly research that occurred in 19th century Europe, with the aim of understanding who Jesus was in the historical context of his book does not attempt to explain Dr.
Schweitzer's own /5. Albert Schweitzer OM (14 January – 4 September ) was an Alsatian was a theologian, organist, writer, humanitarian, philosopher, and physician. A Lutheran, Schweitzer challenged both the secular view of Jesus as depicted by the historical-critical method current at this time, as well as the traditional Christian contributions to the interpretation of Alma mater: University of Strasbourg.
The Why of Albert Schweitzer: An Appraisal in Depth of the Career of An Extraordinary Man of Medicine. New York: Hawthorn Books. Edward Newman Mozley. The Theology of Albert Schweitzer for Christian Inquirers. London: Adam and Charles Black. Michael Murray.
Albert Schweitzer, Musician. Brookfield, VT: Ashgate Pub. The hundredth anniversary of Albert Schweitzer’s birth has been marked by observances commemorating his contributions to medicine, music, theology and world peace.
Perhaps the most notable of these celebrations were the blue-ribbon conference hosted by UNESCO in Paris and the Atlanta Symposium of the Albert Schweitzer Centenary.
This blog was originally written for inclusion in the Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization, 4 vols., ed. Kurian (Blackwell). Albert Schweitzer (–) was born Janu at Kaysersberg in Upper Alsace, Germany, the son of a Lutheran pastor.
albert schweitzer - called to africa Dr. Albert Schweitzer is remembered around the world as one of the great humanitarians of the 20th century, a man who won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work in. The Quest of the Historical Jesus by Albert Schweitzer. Complete book text online.
Home > The Quest of the Historical Jesus > Chapter 1. The work which historical theology thought itself bound to carry out, and which fell to pieces just as it was nearing completion, was only the brick facing of the real immovable historical foundation which.
A milestone text in its time, Schweitzer’s book was so dominant that virtually no new scholarly investigations of the historical Jesus were published for decades after its initial release.
Now, more than a century later, The Quest of the Historical Jesus remains the standard against which religious academic studies are measured. The dimensions of the central theme are illuminated by Schweitzer’s discussions of his philosophy of culture, the course of his life, his ministry to human needs in Africa, the idea of reverence for life, the ideal of world peace, the significance of liberal Christianity, and the lives, world-views, and contributions of Johann Goethe, J.
Bach, and Jesus of : Ebook. in glory - how can it be supposed that Albert Schweitzer is a Christian. 3 Many students of contemporary theology are inclined to agree with Oscar Cullmann's Юэкаг Kraus, Albert Schweitzer: His Work and His Philosophy (London: A.
and C. Black, ), pp. and pp. of the German edition of the same book. 4 The Quest of the Historical Jesus Dr. Schweitzer's book does not pretend to be an impartial survey. He has his own solution of the problems, and it is not to be expected that English students will endorse the whole of his view of the Gospel History, any more than his German fellow-workers have done.
But valuable and suggestive as I believe his. Albert Schweitzer and the Jews* VolumeIssue 3; James you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account. Find out more about sending content to Dropbox. Albert Here Buber notes that the effect of Schweitzer's book on Paul has increased since he last wrote to him and that he wants to discuss the Author: James Carleton Paget.
Albert Schweitzer (14 January – 4 September ) was an Alsatian polymath. He was a theologian, organist, writer, humanitarian, philosopher, and physician. A Lutheran, Schweitzer challenged both the secular view of Jesus as depicted by the historical-critical method current at this time, as well as the traditional Christian view.
Here is my review of a book about Dr. Schweitzer. All the books I review are in English. Many of them are out of print, but generally can be found by a book search from a good used-book dealer.
See The Albert Schweitzer Page for links to my reviews of books written by Dr. Schweitzer as well as other related information. LibriVox recording of The Quest of the Historical Jesus, by Albert Schweitzer. Read by JoeD. In this book, Schweitzer traces the historical progress of 'Historical Jesus' research, from Hermann Reimarus in the mid 18th century, to William Wrede at the turn of the 20th.
Which Albert Schweitzer Book to Read. I am occasionally asked which one book by or about Albert Schweitzer I recommend most highly. The answer, as for so many things in life, is "It depends." In this case, it depends on what the reader wants to know.
Therefore, I have provided several recommendations below. Albert Schweitzer, OM (14 January – 4 September ) was a German—and later French—theologian, organist, philosopher, physician, and medical missionary in Africa, also known for his interpretive life of : Ebook.
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In this book, Schweitzer traces the historical progress of 'Historical Jesus' research, from Hermann Reimarus in the mid 18th century, to William Wrede at the turn of the 20th. Schweitzer showed how Jesus' image had changed with the times and with the personal proclivities of the various authors/5().
The Quest of the Historical Jesus by Albert Schweitzer. Complete book text online. even of deriving assistance from inquirers who, on their part, had made a connected study of the subject, with a view to filling up the gaps and placing each individual part in its right position, and so articulating the whole into an organic unity which.
Albert Schweitzer was a German physician, Protestant theologian, organ artist, musicologist and philosopher. He received the Goethe Prize indes Deutschen Friedenspreis Buchhandels (Peace Prize of the German Book Trade) in and the.
| German theologian, medical missionary, and musician. Born in Alsace, he gave himself to his own study till he was thirty, achieving much in theology and music (he became an expert on J.S. Bach and organs). From he studied medicine, and inloosely associated with the Paris Missionary Society, went to Gabon to found a hospital at.
“Schweitzer was not a Christian in the traditional understanding of the term. He did not believe that Jesus was correct in his proclamation of the coming kingdom, and Jesus did not rise from the dead. But in another sense Schweitzer was one of the great Christians of modern times: ”.
Albert Schweitzer, theologian, philosopher, organist, authority on Bach, physician, and missionary, was born inson of a Lutheran pastor, in Alsace, then German but now French. (Alsace and Lorraine are two provinces lying between France and Germany, and for centuries they have belonged to whoever won the last war.).
We inhabit a world slowly coming to grips with the increasingly urgent challenge of climate change. In this time of ecological crisis, daring to believe that God’s love extends to all creation, not just humanity, and that the value of the surrounding world doesn’t depend wholly on its usefulness to us, is a costly yet necessary risk.
The following is a summary/review of: W.P. Loewe, “The Historical Jesus,” in New Catholic Encyclopedia, 2 nd ed., vol. 6 (Gale, ), The quest for the “historical Jesus” is aptly defined by W.P. Loewe as an attempt to reconstruct the earthly life of Jesus with the use of historical critical methods.Schweitzer's book is an attempt to give the full historical value and the true historical setting to these fundamental words of the Gospel of Jesus.
Our first duty, with the Gospel as with every other ancient document, is to interpret it with reference to its own by: Fifty years ago one of the world’s most revered men died. Albert Schweitzer () once held the same moral role as did Mother Teresa in our day, and both Schweitzer and Mother Teresa received the Nobel Peace Prize, she inhe in Just as everyone today still recognizes the image of the seemingly frail old nun in the blue and white habit, so everyone .