Emanuel Hirsch (June 14, 1888, Bentwisch, Province of Brandenburg - July 17, 1972, Göttingen) was a German Protestant theologian and also a member of the Nazi Party and the Nazi supporting body. He escaped denazification at the end of the war by obtaining an early medical retirement and pension from his University.
He was a professor at Göttingen University (1921-1945).
In 1933 Hirsch signed the Loyalty Oath of German Professors to Adolf Hitler and the National Socialist State.
- An editor of the "Theologische Literaturzeitung" (with Adolf von Harnack, Emil Schürer)
- Luthers Gottesanschauung, 1918
- Jesus Christus, der Herr, 1926
- Kierkegaardstudien, 1933
- Die Auferstehungsgeschichten und der christliche Glaube, 1940
- Frühgeschichte des Evangelismus, 1941
- Friedrich Wilhelm Bautz (1990). "Emanuel Hirsch". In Bautz, Friedrich Wilhelm. Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon (BBKL) (in German) 2. Hamm: Bautz. cols. 893–896. ISBN 3-88309-032-8.
- Paul Tillich: theologian of nature, culture and politics By A. James Reimer, 2004 Tillich's debate with Hirsch and more
- Christian Faith in Dark Times: Theological Conflicts in the Shadow of Hitler By Jack Forstman, 1992
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