Karl Heim
b. January 20, 1874 – d. December 3, 1552 • Protestant • Theologian
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Heim, Karl
Heim, Karl (1874–1958), *Lutheran theologian. A native of Frauenzimmern in Württemberg, he studied at *Tübingen and was for some years a pastor and schoolmaster. In 1907 he became a Privatdozent at Halle, in 1914 Professor of Theology at Münster i.W., and in 1920 at Tübingen. For several years he was
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Heim, Karl
Heim, Karl (1874–1958). Lutheran theologian born in Württemberg, Germany. He studied at the University of Tübingen, serving as pastor for several years before assuming a teaching position in the University of Münster. Although he was a contemporary of ⇒Barth and ⇒Bultmann, he differed from them, particularly
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Heim, Karl
Heim, KarlKarl Heim (1874–1958) was a professor of systematic theology at the University of Tübingen (1920–48) and preacher at the University Church (Stiftskirche) at Tübingen. Coming from a pietistic background, it was important for Heim to show that faith and reason are not opposed. To that end, he
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Heim, Karl (1874–1958)
HEIM, KARL (1874–1958)A German Protestant systematic theologian, Heim taught at Tübingen. His theological development was strongly influenced by *pietism, especially by its evangelistic emphases. His major theological legacy is a six-volume work of apologetics, Der evangelische Glaube und das Denken
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Heim, Karl
Heim, Karl (1874–1959)German Protestant theologian who represented the best in pietistic, conservativetheology at a time when Liberal and Neoorthodox theology dominated German scholarshipHeim spent most of his life in the southern area of Germany known as Württemberg, and he studied at the leading