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Reinhold Seeberg

German theologian

1859   -   1935

country of citizenship: German Empire, Weimar Republic, Nazi Germany
languages spoken, written or signed: German
educated at: Imperial University of Dorpat
occupation: theologian, university teacher, writer
award received: honorary doctor of the University of Wrocław, honorary doctor of the University of Halle-Wittenberg, honorary doctor of the University of Tartu, Adlerschild des Deutschen Reiches

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Reinhold Seeberg (24 March 1859 – 23 October 1935) was a German Lutheran theologian. He was a professor or theology at Erlangen, where he had studied, and then in 1893 a Professor of dogmatic theology at Friedrich Wilhelm University (founded as the University of Berlin in 1810). A staunch German nationalist, Seeberg affirmed the divinely appointed role of Germany in the salvation of the world, and did not support the Weimar Republic in Germany. Seeberg was part of the movement for the modern revival of Luther and Reformation studies, including the repositioning of Martin Bucer as a mediating theologian between Lutheran and Reformed thought. His son, Erich Seeberg, became a significant theologian in his own right at the University of Berlin. His brother, Alfred Seeberg, was also a theologian.
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