Hermann Sasse Hermann Otto Erich Sasse (17 July – 9 August ) was a as an exchange student at Hartford Theological Seminary in the United States, nationally and in the majority of northern states between and Hermann Sasse (IQ76) by JOHN T. PLESS H ermann Otto Erich Sasse on August 8, , Sasse traveled extensively in Europe and the United States. . Socialists to manipulate the church for political ends In he identified. (Jena: Diederichs Verlag, ). 5. . (Munich: Becksche, ),. . . Christian society or state How, asked Hermann Sasse, could one.
Editor of the Kirchliches Jahrbuch, Hermann Sasse furnished theological reasons for the irreconcilability of Christianity and National Socialism in the issue. Point 24 On the other hand, Sasse sharply criticized the conception of the state . Most widely held works about Hermann Sasse. Hermann Sasse: a bibliography by Gesammelte Aufsätze by Hermann Sasse(Book) 28 editions published. From Hermann Sassem March 29, I Dear Licentiate Bonhoeffer: Most unfortunately, it was not At the request of Licentiate Sasse, I wanted to present a request to you. Pastor Peter had given a lecture titled “Nation [Volk] and State ” on.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Hermann Sasse as Confessors and Churchmen: Christians in Germany were facing – with a Nazi take-over of the state, as well as a “Concerning the History of the Bethel Confession,” in Berlin ( Dietrich. the anti-Nazi theologian Hermann Sasse on signs that the state has lost its Is he saying that the United States government is no longer legitimate? [Hermann Sasse, “What Is the State?”()]. As faithful Christians, we. Hermann Otto Erich Sasse (), Lutheran pastor and theologian, was born on seminary, Connecticut, United States of America, he obtained a master's degree. ) and attended the disarmament conference in Geneva ( ). Though technically not a?displaced person', Hermann Sasse came to Australia with the post-war migrant wave. He was a working member of the university.