Albert Réville, né à Dieppe le 3 novembre 1826 et mort à Paris le 25 octobre 1906, est un théologien français, spécialiste d'exégèse biblique et d'histoire religieuse et dans la mouvance du protestantisme libéral.

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  • Albert Réville, né à Dieppe le 3 novembre 1826 et mort à Paris le 25 octobre 1906, est un théologien français, spécialiste d'exégèse biblique et d'histoire religieuse et dans la mouvance du protestantisme libéral.
  • Albert Réville, nacido en Dieppe el 3 de noviembre de 1826 y fallecido en París el 25 de octubre de 1906, fue un teólogo francés, especialista en exégesis bíblica e historia y líder religioso del protestantismo liberal.
  • Альберт Реви́ль (фр. Albert Réville; 3 ноября 1826 года, Дьепп — 25 октября 1906 года, Париж) — французский протестантский пастор и богослов; автор многочисленных трудов по истории религии. Состоял профессором истории религий в парижском Коллеж де Франс.Сын — Жан Ревиль, также протестантский богослов (Jean Réville, 1855—1908).
  • Albert Réville (Dieppe, 1826 – Parigi, 1906) è stato uno storico delle religioni, teologo e pastore protestante francese.Insegnò, dal 1880, al Collège de France. Fu presidente della sezione di scienze religiose presso l'École pratique des hautes études. Scrisse, oltre a varie opere sulla storia dei dogmi, una monografia sul predicatore Theodore Parker.
  • Albert Réville (4. listopad 1826 Dieppe - 25. října 1906) byl známý francouzský protestantský teolog.Mezi lety 1851 a 1872 zastával funkci faráře v Rotterdamu. V roce 1880 se stal profesorem historie náboženství na pařížské univerzitě College de France. Napsal mnoho prací o tématech týkajících se náboženství.
  • To be distinguished from the French politician Albert Réville (1883-1949)Albert Réville (November 4, 1826, Dieppe, Seine-Maritime – October 25, 1906) was a distinguished French Protestant theologian, known for his 'extremist' liberal views. He is also known for being one of the first "intellectuals" to join the Dreyfusard cause when the Dreyfus Affair erupted in the 1890s.Réville was born in Dieppe, Seine-Maritime. From 1851 to 1872 he was pastor of the Walloon church in Rotterdam. In 1880 he became professor of the History of Religions in the Collège de France, during the course of which he helped found the Revue de l'histoire des religions with Maurice Vernes. In 1886, he was appointed as the inaugural President of the new "Fifth Section" for Religious Sciences at the École Pratique des Hautes Études in Paris.He was a prolific writer on the comparative history of world religions. In addition to the history of Christianity, he published on the native religions of Central America (about which he gave the 1884 Hibbert Lectures), Chinese religion and the history of the idea of the Devil.He was a notable advocate of David Strauss' vision hypothesis, that the accounts of the resurrection of Jesus were historically due to a vision caused by nervous tension by Mary Magdalene and subsequent mass hysteria among the disciples.
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  • Albert Réville, né à Dieppe le 3 novembre 1826 et mort à Paris le 25 octobre 1906, est un théologien français, spécialiste d'exégèse biblique et d'histoire religieuse et dans la mouvance du protestantisme libéral.
  • Albert Réville, nacido en Dieppe el 3 de noviembre de 1826 y fallecido en París el 25 de octubre de 1906, fue un teólogo francés, especialista en exégesis bíblica e historia y líder religioso del protestantismo liberal.
  • Альберт Реви́ль (фр. Albert Réville; 3 ноября 1826 года, Дьепп — 25 октября 1906 года, Париж) — французский протестантский пастор и богослов; автор многочисленных трудов по истории религии. Состоял профессором истории религий в парижском Коллеж де Франс.Сын — Жан Ревиль, также протестантский богослов (Jean Réville, 1855—1908).
  • Albert Réville (Dieppe, 1826 – Parigi, 1906) è stato uno storico delle religioni, teologo e pastore protestante francese.Insegnò, dal 1880, al Collège de France. Fu presidente della sezione di scienze religiose presso l'École pratique des hautes études. Scrisse, oltre a varie opere sulla storia dei dogmi, una monografia sul predicatore Theodore Parker.
  • Albert Réville (4. listopad 1826 Dieppe - 25. října 1906) byl známý francouzský protestantský teolog.Mezi lety 1851 a 1872 zastával funkci faráře v Rotterdamu. V roce 1880 se stal profesorem historie náboženství na pařížské univerzitě College de France. Napsal mnoho prací o tématech týkajících se náboženství.
  • To be distinguished from the French politician Albert Réville (1883-1949)Albert Réville (November 4, 1826, Dieppe, Seine-Maritime – October 25, 1906) was a distinguished French Protestant theologian, known for his 'extremist' liberal views. He is also known for being one of the first "intellectuals" to join the Dreyfusard cause when the Dreyfus Affair erupted in the 1890s.Réville was born in Dieppe, Seine-Maritime. From 1851 to 1872 he was pastor of the Walloon church in Rotterdam.
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