Henry Maurice Goguel (20 March 1880 – 31 March 1955) was Dean of the Protestant Faculty of Theology in Paris, director of studies at the École pratique des hautes études, and professor at the Sorbonne.
Elisabeth Labrousse, the philosopher, historian and academic, was his daughter.
- The Religious Situation in France (1921)
- Jesus the Nazarene: Myth or History? (translation by Frederick Stephens, 1926)
- The Life of Jesus (translation by Olive Wyon, 1933)
- The Birth of Christianity (translation by H. C. Snape, 1953)
- Jesus and the Origins of Christianity (two volumes, 1960)
- The Primitive Church (translation by H. C. Snape, 1963)
- Cuvillier, Elian. (2003). Maurice Goguel (1880-1955). Bulletin De La Société De L'Histoire Du Protestantisme Français (1903-) 149: 549–568.
- Weaver, Walter P. The Historical Jesus in the Twentieth Century: 1900-1950. pp. 167-169
- Grappe, Christian. (2014). Goguel, Maurice. In Craig A. Evans. The Routledge Encyclopedia of the Historical Jesus. Routledge. pp. 231-232. ISBN 0-415-97569-7
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