Schneider attended high school in Minden, from Easter 1876 in Braunschweig and after graduating from high school (Easter 1880) studied Protestant theology at the University of Berlin . In April 1883 he passed the tentamen (1st theological exam) and in June of that year he took up a position as assistant preacher at the penitentiary in Sonnenburg near Küstrin . On April 1, 1884 he was called up as a collegiate in the Wolfenbüttel seminary . In April 1885 he passed the main exam. On June 1, 1885 he became a parish collaborator of the spiritual ministry of the city of Braunschweig, in January 1889 pastor in Adersheim and in October 1895 pastor in Lesse .
Schneider advocated the creation of a German Protestant church in his writings. In addition to his independent publications, he was co-editor of the Braunschweig edition of the works of Martin Luther (3rd edition 1905) and author of numerous articles in the Christian World and other magazines.
- The Inner Mission in Germany. Manual. 2 volumes, Braunschweig 1888
- The core questions of Christianity, dealt with in the form of a dialogue. Goettingen 1896
- Kurt Ernesti: Album of the Ducal Preachers' Seminar in Wolfenbüttel 1836-1911. Wolfenbüttel 1911, p. 70.
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Schneider, Friedrich Heinrich Ewald (full name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German Lutheran theologian and author|
|DATE OF BIRTH||September 9, 1859|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Minden|
|DATE OF DEATH||September 19, 1924|
|Place of death||Frellstedt|