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Paulus, die Evangelien, und das Urchristentum : Beiträge von und zu Walter Schmithals zu Seinem 80. Geburtstag /
herausgegeben von Cilliers Breytenbach.
imprint
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2004.
description
xi, 841 p.
ISBN
9004129839 (alk. paper)
format(s)
Book
Holdings
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' …kann dieses Werk nur Bewunderung für die Schaffenskraft provozieren…'Ulrich B. Müller, Theologische Literaturzeitung, 2005.
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Summaries
Description for Reader
All those interested in New Testament, the history of the early Christian Communities and Biblical Theology.
Long Description
This volume contains the author's 'late harvest' from the fruits of half a century scholarly research in the fields of the New Testament. The essays on Paul oppose the view of history held by the 'Tübingen School' (F.C. Baur), and point out the importance of literary criticism for the theological interpretation of the pauline letters. The essays on the Letter to the Hebrews assign the appropriate historical place within early Christianity to this New Testament book. The essays on the synoptic gospels force the crisis of synoptic form criticism, and give convincing reasons for the alternative solution concerning the origin of the synoptic tradition. Five contributions complete the author's 'Theologiegeschichte des Urchristentums' edited 1994. In the second part various prominent German New Testament scholars engage into a discussion with Schmithals's contributions.
Main Description
This volume contains important contributions to the question of relationship of Judeo-Christians and Gentile-Christians; to literary criticism of the pauline letters; to the historical place of the Letter to the Hebrews; to the origin of the synoptic tradition, and to the theology and history of the first christians.
Main Description
This volume contains the author s late harvest from the fruits of half a century scholarly research in the fields of the New Testament. The essays on Paul oppose the view of history held by the Tübingen School (F.C. Baur), and point out the importance of literary criticism for the theological interpretation of the pauline letters. The essays on the Letter to the Hebrews assign the appropriate historical place within early Christianity to this New Testament book. The essays on the synoptic gospels force the crisis of synoptic form criticism, and give convincing reasons for the alternative solution concerning the origin of the synoptic tradition. Five contributions complete the authors Theologiegeschichte des Urchristentums edited 1994. In the second part various prominent German New Testament scholars engage into a discussion with Schmithals s contributions.
Unpaid Annotation
This volume contains the author's 'late harvest' from the fruits of half a century scholarly research in the fields of the New Testament. The essays on Paul oppose the view of history held by the 'T]bingen School' (F.C. Baur), and point out the importance of literary criticism for the theological interpretation of the pauline letters. The essays on the Letter to the Hebrews assign the appropriate historical place within early Christianity to this New Testament book. The essays on the synoptic gospels force the crisis of synoptic form criticism, and give convincing reasons for the alternative solution concerning the origin of the synoptic tradition. Five contributions complete the author's 'Theologiegeschichte des Urchristentums' edited 1994. In the second part various prominent German New Testament scholars engage into a discussion with Schmithals's contributions.

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