Showing posts with label EA Brueggeman Sr. Show all posts
Showing posts with label EA Brueggeman Sr. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

An Article by EA Brueggemann

Max (who must have been taking a study break) found an article today written by E.A. Brueggemann.  It is from this journal:
Its title is :  The Scriptures, The Word of Prophecy.  This is found on page 286-303.  
You can find it at this link.

Monday, February 6, 2012

More on EA Brueggemann's book

Many of the copies that we have come across are copies that libraries have removed from their collection.
Interestingly enough, the following libraries still have the book in their card catalog:  
Lutheran Theological Seminary, Columbia SC
Wittenberg University, Springfield OH
Trininty Lutheran Seminary, Columbus OH
Capital University, Columbus OH
Ohio State University, Columbus OH
Ohio Historical Society, Columbus OH
Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, Edwardsville, IL
St Louis Public Library, St Louis MO
Concordia Theological Seminary, Ft Wayne IN
Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, Gettysburg PA
JKM Library, Chicago, IL
Concordia University, Ann Arbor MI
Newberry Library, Chicago, IL
University of Windsor, Windsor ON
Concordia University, River Forest IL
United Library, Evanston, IL
Carrolton Public Library, Carrolton MO
Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia
Wartburg Theological Seminary, Dubuque IA
New York Public Library, New York, NY
Luther Theological Seminary, St Paul MN
Bethel Seminary Library, St Paul MN

Harvard University Divinity School, Cambridge MA
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, South Hamilton MA
Concordia University College of Alberta, Edmonton AB
Concordia University, Irving CA
University of Nevada Reno, Reno NV
Concordia University, Portland OR
Can you believe how many copies are still in Libraries?  I wonder why Carrolton Public Library has one.

Monday, October 24, 2011

Ernst August Synod Records

Pam Carlton (daughter of Juanita Bischoff, granddaughter of Emma Brueggemann) sent some records that you all might like to see.  She sent away in March (and they just came recently) for Ernst August's synod records.  Interesting to me are a couple of things.  One, it looks like they had been contact with Karl Brueggeman.  Two, they listed that he had a stroke in 1909.  We knew he left the Zanesville church for health reasons.

Thank you Pam for sharing this with me so I could share with all.
Don't forget you can click on the images to make bigger.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Rev. E.A. Brueggemann's Church in Hilliard Ohio

Rev. Ernst August Brueggemann was installed in February 1894 at St. James Lutheran Church.  He left in 1905 for a call in Zanesville.  Gus, Lydia, Selma, Linda and Walter were all born in Hilliard.  Here is a picture from the time that Selma had.
This info came from the Church's website:
The St. James Lutheran congregation was formed in 1847 by nine German settler families and was originally named St. Jakobus Gemeinde ("St. Jacob's parish") . The cemetery now located adjacent to the church reflects the local German roots and heritage, and contains the gravestones of prominent local German family names such as Phillippi, Renner and Tinapple. An old urban legend amongst some of the church parishioners indicated that the landowner who provided the land for the church did so with the understanding that German would be required to be spoken and sung at the services. Maurer said he is not sure if this story is fact or just folklore, but he and others in the church enjoy carrying on the story.   Originally all services were in German but English was adopted in the early 1900s and eventually replaced German as the standard language of worship at St. James Lutheran.
I believe that I had been told that EAB started the trend toward English in this Church.

Here are current pictures of the Church from their Facebook page.
Here is a link to the Church's website.