Frank Buchman
b. June 4, 1878 – d. August 7, 1961 • Evangelist • Protestant • Religious movement founder
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Buchman, Frank (Nathan Daniel)
Buchman, Frank (Nathan Daniel) (1878–1961), founder and director of the *Oxford Group (q.v.). Born of a *Lutheran family of Swiss descent at Pennsburg, Pa., he graduated at Muhlenberg College, studied at Mount Airy Seminary, Philadelphia, and entered the Lutheran ministry. After a year of graduate
Dictionary of Theological Terms
BuchmanismThe Moral Rearmament* movement, so called after its founder, American Lutheran minister, Frank Buchman (1878–1961). Buchman had a conversion experience at the Keswick convention in 1908 and developed a concern to reform the world. The vehicle he chose to accomplish this was the Oxford Group,
Moral Rearmament
Moral RearmamentA group founded by American Lutheran minister Frank Buchman (1878–1961) for the purpose of world reform. Buchman was an American Lutheran evangelical who specialized in student evangelism. He worked at Cambridge but transferred to Oxford, where in 1929 he formed the Oxford Group* which
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Buchman, Frank Nathan Daniel
Buchman, Frank Nathan Daniel (1878–1961)Founder and leading figure of the Oxford Group movement, which was later renamed Moral RearmamentAn American, Buchman was born into a Lutheran family and was educated at Muhlenberg College and Mount Airy Seminary in Philadelphia. He entered the Lutheran ministry