Karl Adam
b. October 22, 1876 – d. April 1, 1966 • Roman catholic • Theologian
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Adam, Karl
Adam, Karl (1876–1966), Catholic theologian. A native of Bavaria, Karl Adam was ordained to the priesthood in 1900. He spent several years in pastoral work and taught at the University of Munich before he was appointed professor first at Strasbourg in 1918 and then in 1919 at Tübingen, where he remained
The Westminster Dictionary of Theologians
Adam, Karl
Adam, Karl (1876–1966). Catholic theologian, part of a generation that worked toward the renewal of Roman Catholicism, and that turned out to be a forerunner of the Second Vatican Council (⇒Vatican II). The greater part of his career as a professor was spent in Tübingen, where he taught from 1919 to