Henry Joel Cadbury, né le 1er décembre 1883 à Philadelphie et mort le 7 octobre 1974 à Bryn Mawr, est un théologien, historien, traducteur, universitaire et pacifiste américain, titulaire de la prestigieuse Hollis Chair of Divinity de l'Université Harvard de 1934 à 1954,.

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  • Henry Joel Cadbury, né le 1er décembre 1883 à Philadelphie et mort le 7 octobre 1974 à Bryn Mawr, est un théologien, historien, traducteur, universitaire et pacifiste américain, titulaire de la prestigieuse Hollis Chair of Divinity de l'Université Harvard de 1934 à 1954,. En 1947, au nom de l'American Friends Service Committee, dont il est président et membre fondateur, et de son pendant britannique, le Friends Service Council, il accepte le Prix Nobel de la paix.
  • Henry Joel Cadbury (December 1, 1883 – October 7, 1974) was a biblical scholar, Quaker historian, writer, and non-profit administrator. A graduate of Haverford College, he was a Quaker throughout his life, though essentially an agnostic. Forced out of his teaching position at Haverford for writing an anti-war letter to the Philadelphia Public Ledger, in 1918, he saw the experience as a milestone, leading him to larger service beyond his Orthodox Religious Society of Friends. He was offered a position in the Divinity School at Harvard University, from which he had received his Ph.D, but he first rejected its teacher's oath for reasons of conscience, the Quaker insistence on telling the truth, and as a form of social activism. He later accepted the Hollis Professorship of Divinity (1934–1954). He also was the director of the Andover-Harvard Theological Library (1938–1954), and chairman (1928–1934; 1944–1960) of the American Friends Service Committee, which he had helped found in 1917. He delivered the Nobel lecture on behalf of the AFSC when it, together with the British Friends Service Council, accepted the Nobel Peace Prize in 1947 on behalf of the Religious Society of Friends.
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  • Henry Joel Cadbury (December 1, 1883 – October 7, 1974) was a biblical scholar, Quaker historian, writer, and non-profit administrator. A graduate of Haverford College, he was a Quaker throughout his life, though essentially an agnostic. Forced out of his teaching position at Haverford for writing an anti-war letter to the Philadelphia Public Ledger, in 1918, he saw the experience as a milestone, leading him to larger service beyond his Orthodox Religious Society of Friends.
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