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Juergen Ludwig Neve

theologian

Juergen Ludwig Neve, German theologian.

Background

Neve, Juergen Ludwig was born on June 7, 1865 in Schleswig, Germany. Son of Johann Ludwig and Christine (Jacobsen) Neve.

Education

Graduate Breklum, Schleswig, 1886. Studied University of Kiel, 1886-1887. Doctor Theology, University of Kiel, 1924.

Doctor of Divinity, Carthage (Illinois) College and Wittenberg College, Springfield, O., 1902.

Career

Doctor W. Allbeck), Elizabeth (wife of Review O. Smith), Herbert T., Arthur F. Married 3d, Charlotte Mangelsdorf, August 31, 1935. Ordained Evangelical Lutheran ministry, 1888.

Professor church history, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1887-1892. Pastor, Chester, Illinois, and editor Lutheran Zionsbote, 1892. Professor church history and symbolics, Western Theological Seminary, Atchison, Kansas, 1898-1909.

Professor symbolics and history of doctrine, Hamma Divinity School, Wittenberg College, since 1909. Author: Free Church in Comparison with State Church, 1900. Traits of the American People, 1902.

Brief History of the Lutheran Church in America, 1903, second and enlarged edition, same, 1915, prepared for 3d edit. by Review Doctor W. D. Allbeck, 1934. Altered and Unaltered Augsburg Confession, 1910. The Augsburg Confession, Its History and Interpretation (for laymen), 1914.

Introduction to the Confessions of the Evangelical-Lutheran Church, 1917, 26. The Lutherans in the Movements for Church Union, 1921. Story and Significance of Augsburg Confession (on 400th anniversary).

Churches and Sects of Christendom, 1940. History of Christian Thought (with Doctor O. W. Heick), 2 volunteer work: volunteer 1, 1943. Address: 1015 N. Fountain Avenue, Springfield, Ohio.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Free Church in Comparison with State Church, 1900. Traits of the American People, 1902. Brief History of the Lutheran Church in America, 1903, second and enlarged edition, same, 1915, prepared for 3d edit. by Review Doctor W. D. Allbeck, 1934.Altered and Unaltered Augsburg Confession, 1910. The Augsburg Confession, Its History and Interpretation (for laymen), 1914. Introduction to the Confessions of the Evangelical-Lutheran Church, 1917, 26.The Lutherans in the Movements for Church Union, 1921. Story and Significance of Augsburg Confession (on 400th anniversary). Churches and Sects of Christendom, 1940.History of Christian Thought (with Doctor O. W. Heick), 2 volunteer work: volunteer 1, 1943.

Connections

Married second, Martha Flemming, August 23, 1895.; married 3d, Charlotte Mangelsdorf, August 31, 1935. Children: (by 1st marriage) Carl, (by 2d marriage) Marie (wife of Review.

father:
Johann Ludwig Neve

mother:
Christine (Jacobsen) Neve

spouse:
Martha Flemming

spouse:
Charlotte Mangelsdorf

child:
(by 1st marriage) Carl Neve

child:
(by 2d marriage) Marie (wife of Rev Neve