Paul Althaus

Paul Althaus (4 February 1888 – 18 May 1966) was a German Lutheran theologian. He was born in Obershagen in the Province of Hanover, and he died in Erlangen. He held various pastorates from 1914 to 1925, when he was appointed associate professor of practical and systematic theology at the University of Göttingen, becoming full professor two years later. Althaus was moderately critical of Lutheran Orthodoxy and evangelical-leaning Neo-Lutheranism. He termed it a “mistake” to “defend the authenticity and infallibility of the Bible.”

In 1933, when a professor of theology at the University of Erlangen, and probably the leading Luther authority of his day, he welcomed the emergence to power of Adolf Hitler - "Our Protestant churches have greeted the turning point of 1933 as a gift and miracle of God". Provided by Wikipedia
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1972
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1931
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1966
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1953
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1949
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1952
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1932
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1971
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1949
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1957
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1966
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1946
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1962
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1936
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1962
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1953
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1959
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by Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966.
Published 1965
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