EBINA Danjo

Date of Birth and Death
September 18, 1856 - May 22, 1937
Birthplace (modern name)
Fukuoka
Occupation, Status
Educator , Practitioner of Religion

Description

Pastor and educator. He was baptized while a student, as part of the group known as the Kumamoto Band. After graduating from Doshisha University in 1879, he served as a pastor at churches in Annaka, Maebashi, Kobe and Hongo. In 1920 he became president of Doshisha University. He publicly argued with Uemura Masahisa about Christology, and his works influenced other Meiji-era thinkers including Yoshino Sakuzo.

Publications

National Diet Library Online

SNS

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