By Marianne Jehle-Wildberger,Mark Kyburz,John Peck
Based on study in 40 information in Europe and the U.S., an image emerges that indicates a superb guy who was once a private buddy oft Karl Barth, C. G. Jung, Thomas Mann, and Albert Schweitzer—and therefore who was once stimulated by means of the non secular traits of the 20th century.
Keller cooperated heavily with the nationwide Council of church buildings. His relevant Bureau of reduction in Geneva (Inter-Church relief) used to be supported via American church buildings. His lectures at Princeton Theological Seminary on “Religion and Revolution” (1933)—in which he used to be one of many first commentators to denounce nationwide Socialism in Germany—set a brand new typical of political dialogue and are unsurpassed.
Marianne Jehle-Wildbergers’ e-book is a crucial contribution to twentieth-century church background and to the heritage of the 20 th century in general.
“This completely documented, skillfully awarded, and readable research offers us with the 1st biography of Swiss theologian Adolf Keller, some of the most inventive and influential figures within the early ecumenical flow of the Twenties and Thirties. This publication ends up in a deeper appreciation and a fuller figuring out of Keller’s vast labors to advertise refugee reduction in the course of international struggle II. it's a welcome contribution to ecumenical studies.”
—Emidio Campi, Former common Secretary of the area pupil Christian Federation and Professor Emeritus of Church historical past at collage of Zurich
“At lengthy final, the biography of this cofounder of the ecumenical flow has been written. Jehle-Wildberger provides a complete account of Adolf Keller’s existence and paintings in accordance with a painstaking learn of resources. the writer quite carves out Keller’s strengths as a communicator, which allowed him to turn into one of many ‘good stewards of God’s assorted grace’ (1 Peter 4:10). As a pioneer of ecumenism, Keller can be remembered.”
—Gottfried W. Locher, President of the Federation of Swiss Protestant church buildings and President of the group of Protestant church buildings in Europe
Marianne Jehle-Wildberger is a popular Swiss historian. She has written many books and articles at the Reformation, Pietism, and smooth church heritage. She is a expert at the time of nationwide Socialism and the church fight in Germany and taught background on the collage of Sargans.
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