Max Reischle

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Max Wilhelm Theodore Reischle (18 June 1858 – 11 December 1905) was an Austrian-born German Protestant systematic theologian. He was born in Vienna, and died in Tübingen.

Spirituskreis (1902): Standing, left to right: Georg Wissowa, Eduard Meyer, Alois Riehl, Johannes Conrad, Carl Robert, Rudolf Stammler, Emil Kautzsch, Max Reischle.

In 1887 he received his doctorate at the University of Tübingen, later working as a professor at the Karlsgymnasium in Stuttgart (from 1889). In 1892 he was appointed a full professor of practical theology at the University of Giessen, then become a professor of systematic theology at the University of Göttingen (1895). During the following year, he accepted a call to Halle as chair of systematic theology.[1]

His studies largely dealt with mysticism in theology, the philosophy of religion and the transmission of ethical principles in academic instruction.[1]

Published works[edit]

  • Die Frage nach dem Wesen der Religion. Grundlagen zu einer Methodologie der theologischen Wissenschaft (1889) – The question of the nature of religion. Foundations for a methodology of theological science.
  • Der Glaube an Jesus Christus und die geschichtliche Erforschung seines Lebens (1893) – Faith in Jesus Christ and the historical study of his life.
  • Christentum und Entwicklungsgedanke (1898).
  • Christliche Glaubenslehre in Leitsätzen für eine akademische Vorlesung entwickelt (1899) – Christian doctrine as guidelines for academic lecture development.
  • Werturteile und Glaubensurteile (1900) – Value and belief judgments.
  • Die Bibel und das christliche Volksleben (1902).[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Max Reischle at Catalogus-professorum-halensis

External links[edit]

  • Max Reischle at www.catalogus-professorum-halensis.de (German language)