Jean Réville, né à Rotterdam (Pays-Bas) le 6 novembre 1854 et mort à Paris le 6 mai 1908, est un théologien protestant. Il est le fils du théologien Albert Réville.De 1884 à 1908, il a été directeur de publication de la Revue d'Histoire des Religions.

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  • Jean Réville, né à Rotterdam (Pays-Bas) le 6 novembre 1854 et mort à Paris le 6 mai 1908, est un théologien protestant. Il est le fils du théologien Albert Réville.De 1884 à 1908, il a été directeur de publication de la Revue d'Histoire des Religions.
  • Jean Réville (November 6, 1854 - May 6, 1908) was a French Protestant theologian born in Rotterdam, Netherlands. He was the son of theologian Albert Réville (1826–1906).He studied theology at Geneva, Berlin and Heidelberg, obtaining his licentiate in theology in Paris (1880). He subsequently became a pastor in Sainte-Suzanne, Doubs, and in 1886 received his doctorate in theology at the Protestant Faculty of Theology in Paris. In 1894 he was appointed professor of patristics to the theological faculty at the Sorbonne.Réville was a prominent figure in French Liberal Protestantism. From 1884 until his death, he was editor of the Revue de l'Histoire des Religions. Among his better known publications are the following: La Doctrine du logos (1881) La Religion à Rome sous les Sévères (1886) Les Origines de l'épiscopat (1895) Le Protestantisme libéral, ses origines, sa nature, sa mission (1903).
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  • Jean Réville, né à Rotterdam (Pays-Bas) le 6 novembre 1854 et mort à Paris le 6 mai 1908, est un théologien protestant. Il est le fils du théologien Albert Réville.De 1884 à 1908, il a été directeur de publication de la Revue d'Histoire des Religions.
  • Jean Réville (November 6, 1854 - May 6, 1908) was a French Protestant theologian born in Rotterdam, Netherlands. He was the son of theologian Albert Réville (1826–1906).He studied theology at Geneva, Berlin and Heidelberg, obtaining his licentiate in theology in Paris (1880). He subsequently became a pastor in Sainte-Suzanne, Doubs, and in 1886 received his doctorate in theology at the Protestant Faculty of Theology in Paris.
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