THE THEOLOGICAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF HANS SCHWARZ:
A Multi-Cultural and Multi-Denominational Christian Ministry
|Author: ||Schwarz, Hans|
This book presents the life a pastor and theologian with an appreciation for both church and academia. This book contains fifty-four black and white photographs.
“Those interested in how Protestant theological relations between Germany and the U.S.A. and beyond developed through the post-War era into the 21st century will be fascinated by these rich reflections.” – Prof. Kurt Anders Richardson, McMaster University
“Professor’s Schwarz’s autobiography will deepen students’ understanding of the probing theologian and ecumenical churchman within his theological works. It will challenge his many readers to think more comprehensively. It will awaken members of universities to the possibilities of wider collaboration.”
– Prof. H. Frederick Reisz, Jr., The Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary
Table of Contents
Foreword by Craig Nessan
Part I: Formative Years
Part II: Starting as a Teacher in the U.S.A.
Part III: Teaching in Germany and Beyond
Part IV: Serving the One Church
Index of Names
Index of Subjects
Index of Cited Publications