Theophil Wurm, né le 7 décembre 1868 à Bâle et décédé le 28 janvier 1953 à Stuttgart, était un pasteur allemand. Évêque de l'Église régionale évangélique au Wurtemberg entre 1929 et 1948, il est connu pour avoir condamné et protesté comme le programme nazi Aktion T4.

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  • Theophil Wurm, né le 7 décembre 1868 à Bâle et décédé le 28 janvier 1953 à Stuttgart, était un pasteur allemand. Évêque de l'Église régionale évangélique au Wurtemberg entre 1929 et 1948, il est connu pour avoir condamné et protesté comme le programme nazi Aktion T4.
  • Theophil Heinrich Wurm (* 7. Dezember 1868 in Basel; † 28. Januar 1953 in Stuttgart) war evangelischer Pfarrer und von 1929 bis 1948 Landesbischof der Evangelischen Landeskirche in Württemberg.
  • Theophil Wurm (7 December 1868, Basel – 28 January 1953, Stuttgart) was the son of a pastor and was a leader in the German Protestant Church in the early twentieth century.Wurm was active in politics. He was a member of the Christian Social Party before World War I, and thereafter of the Citizens’ Party. He held a seat in the Württemberg State Parliament (German: Landtag) until 1920.As a young man Wurm was a prison chaplain, and became a parish pastor when he was 45. He progressed in the hierarchy of the Lutheran Evangelical State Church in Württemberg and became church president in 1929, with this office being retitled into Landesbischof (bishop of the regional Protestant church) in 1933. Like many churchmen, he initially favored the Nazi regime, but its church policy soon moved him into opposition.In September 1934 Wurm was deposed from his bishopric by Reich's bishop Ludwig Müller because of his views on church policy (including) the Barmen Declaration, and was placed under house arrest twice. These extreme measures were eventually rescinded by Hitler in the wake of protests and the stripping of power from Müller. Wurm then held the office of bishop until 1948.Wurm withdrew from the German Christians and aligned himself with the schismatic Confessing Church and attended its synods, but he did not advocate the more extreme policies of the church's more militant wing. Nevertheless, he was not politically apathetic and made numerous complaints to the Nazi party and the Nazi state. After the start of the war, he protested the murders of psychiatric patients under the Nazi euthanasia program. Wurm and the Catholic Bishop of Munster, August von Galen were able to lead widespread public opposition to the murder of invalids. This earned him a 1944 ban against public speaking and writing.He associated with the resistance movements that centered around Carl Goerdeler and Ludwig Beck.He was admired by his fellow churchmen and in 1945 (in connection with the Allies' de-nazification efforts) he was elected chairman of the Council of the newly created Protestant umbrella Evangelical Church in Germany.He was a signatory of the October 1945 Stuttgart Declaration of Guilt.
  • Theophil Wurm (Basilea, 7 dicembre 1868 – Stoccarda, 28 gennaio 1953) è stato un vescovo luterano tedesco.
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  • Theophil Wurm, né le 7 décembre 1868 à Bâle et décédé le 28 janvier 1953 à Stuttgart, était un pasteur allemand. Évêque de l'Église régionale évangélique au Wurtemberg entre 1929 et 1948, il est connu pour avoir condamné et protesté comme le programme nazi Aktion T4.
  • Theophil Heinrich Wurm (* 7. Dezember 1868 in Basel; † 28. Januar 1953 in Stuttgart) war evangelischer Pfarrer und von 1929 bis 1948 Landesbischof der Evangelischen Landeskirche in Württemberg.
  • Theophil Wurm (Basilea, 7 dicembre 1868 – Stoccarda, 28 gennaio 1953) è stato un vescovo luterano tedesco.
  • Theophil Wurm (7 December 1868, Basel – 28 January 1953, Stuttgart) was the son of a pastor and was a leader in the German Protestant Church in the early twentieth century.Wurm was active in politics. He was a member of the Christian Social Party before World War I, and thereafter of the Citizens’ Party. He held a seat in the Württemberg State Parliament (German: Landtag) until 1920.As a young man Wurm was a prison chaplain, and became a parish pastor when he was 45.
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