Evangelical Social Congress
Various groups were united in the Congress, although, in the end, the Congress failed to set forth a united programme of "Christian socialism" (more so because people like Friedrich Naumann and Adolf Stoecker would depart from the Congress).
The Congress never carried a large membership, and was only marginal compared to the Verein für Socialpolitik, an organization that currently still exists.
- Otto Baumgarten
- Paul Gohre
- Adolf von Harnack (longtime president of the Congress)
- Friedrich Naumann
- Martin Rade
- Paul Rohrbach
- Gerhart von Schulze-Gävernitz
- Walter Simons
- Adolf Stoecker
- Max Weber
- Harry Liebersohn. Religion and Industrial Society: The Protestant Social Congress in Wilhelmine Germany. American Philosophical Society. ISBN 1-4223-7450-5.
- Max Maurenbrecher (1903). "The Evangelical Social Congress in Germany". American Journal of Sociology. 9 (1): 24–36. doi:10.1086/211193.
- Max Maurenbrecher (1903). "The Moral and Social Tasks of World Politics ("Imperialism")". American Journal of Sociology. 6 (3): 307–315. doi:10.1086/210978.
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