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Max Isaac Reich

Minister

Max Isaac Reich, German minister. member of faculty.

Background

Reich, Max Isaac was born on March 17, 1867 in Berlin, Germany. Son of Adolphus and Emma (Wolff) Reich.

Education

Educated gymnasium, Berlin, Germany, and London, England. Doctor of Divinity, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois, 1936.

Career

Came to the United States, 1915. British subject. Apprentice printing trade, London, 1880-1886. Served as minister Society of Friends.

Expositor of Bible; leader among Christian Jews United States and Germany. A founder, 1915, president, 1921-1927, 1935-1938, Hebrew Christian Alliance America, honorary president 5 years. A founder International Hebrew Christian Alliance, 1927.

Extension lecturer Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, now also member of faculty. Wrote: Life and Letters of J. G. M’Vicar. Breathings After the Deeper Life.

Deeper Still; The Deeper Life, Spiritual Aloneness. Studies in the Psalms of Israel. How Long?; Studies in Messianic Prophecy.

The Mystery and Romance of Israel. Thoughts on the Resurrection. Sweet Singer of Israel (publication posthumously).

Jubilee and Other Poems. Home: George School, Pa.

Membership

Member of faculty.

Connections

Married Esther Mary Lorenzen, September 5, 1888. Children: Florence, Annie, William, Edward, Esther, Alice, John, Lawrence, Joseph.

father:
Adolphus Reich

mother:
Emma (Wolff) Reich

spouse:
Esther Mary Lorenzen

child:
Annie Reich

child:
Edward Reich

child:
Alice Reich

child:
William Reich

child:
Joseph Reich

child:
Lawrence Reich

child:
John Reich

child:
Esther Reich

child:
Florence Reich