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Max Isaac Reich
Max Isaac Reich
17th March 1867
11th August 1945
Intro, Biographical Information, Notes etc:
Books & Pamphlets:
(1939, 112 pp)
Sweet Singer of Israel: Unpublished Poems and Devotional Thoughts
(1949, 189 pp)
The Deeper Life
(1937, 89 pp)
The Messianic Hope of Israel
(1940, 120 pp)
The Mystery and Romance of Israel: Judaism and Christianity, Agreements and Differences
(1941, 103 pp)
Studies in the Psalms of Israel; Their Message for Our Day
(1942, 119 pp)
The Teaching of the Three Days Mentioned in John i.
Heavenly Ways in Earthly Surroundings.
Outlines of Christian Doctrine.
Temptation, and How to Meet it.
(Ephesians vi. 10-20.)
The Fold and the Flock; or, Judaism and Christianity Contrasted.
The Home at Bethany.
(John xii. 1-9)
The Scope of Salvation.
(1 Peter i. ii.)
Thoughts on the Dew.
Max Isaac Reich - 17th March 1867 ~ 11th August 1945, age 79.
Born in Berlin, Germany of the Sephardic Jews, from the stem of Jesse.
Open Brethren 1884 – 1904 & Quaker 1904 – 1945.
Burial: Fallsington Friends Cemetery, Falls, Pennsylvania, United States.
Father: Adolphus Reich - 1841 ~ 1904
Mother: Emma Wolff - 1845 ~ c.1876
Wife: Esther Mary Christine Lorenzen – 5th September 1862 ~ 12th August 1951
Married: 5th September 1888 in Olathe, Kansas.
Florence Reich (Gramm) – 13th July 1889 ~ 9 January 1972
Anne Reich (Griffiths) – c.1892 ~
William George Reich (McGuire) - 2nd November 1893 ~ 9th January 1980
Rev. Edward Charles Quinn Rich (Richardson) – 1895 ~ 26th May 1959
Esther M. Reich (Tucker) – c1898 ~
Alice Margaret Reich (Boyer) – 15th November 1899 ~ 19th December 2001
John Frederick Rich (Percy) - 1st January 1902 ~ 21st April 1973
Lawrence Max Reich
Joseph B. Reich – c.1907
Note: Some names were changed from Reich to Rich.
Tuesday, Oct 13, 2020 : 05:43
Thanks Marty - especially for the Wheaton link.
I notice that after his arrival in Scotland (Our Record, March 1892, p.48) there are many accounts and notices of his preachings in The Believer's Magazine (1892 to 1900) and The Witness (1902 to 1906). There's quite a bit of written ministry in The Witness and The Believer's Pathway from 1892 to 1901 and in The Believer's Magazine between 1900 and 1904.
The Wheaton article dates his "drift" to Quakerism as 1904. He's still promoted in The Witness until at least November 1906. Maybe it was a gradual drift.
There is one book not yet uploaded that I'd love to see - if anyone has it: "Studies in the Psalms of Israel; Their message for our day".
T E Wilson mentions (in his book on the Messianic Psalms) that Reich lists 33 things from Psalm 22 that were fulfilled by Christ. I can't find anywhere near that number. I'd appreciate seeing the list by Reich.
Thursday, Oct 15, 2020 : 07:02
My mother, born Margaret Elizabeth Ross, was the only child of Esther M. Reich (who became Ross on her first marriage, and Tucker on her second.) Thank you for maintaining this archive of Max Isacc's writings.
Wednesday, May 19, 2021 : 05:51
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