5 edition of Strauss & His Theology (Monograph supplements to the Scottish journal of theology) found in the catalog.
Strauss & His Theology (Monograph supplements to the Scottish journal of theology)
January 31, 1974
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||301|
His latest book, Athens and Jerusalem: God, Humans, and Nature belongs in the first category. Since it is a comparative study, however, it means that Novak gets to demonstrate his thorough grasp of Greek and German philosophy in addition to his mastery of Jewish theology. The book is based on the Gifford Lectures, which he delivered in In his work Das Leben Jesu () David Friedrich Strauss answered this question affirmatively. The present study reviews the work on myth by German scholars before Strauss and places his work within the context of the debate. It approaches Strauss through the criticism leveled against his work in early 19th-century German journals.
In his theologico-political treatise, which comprises four parts and an appendix, Heinrich Meier clarifies the distinction between political theology and political philosophy and reappraises the unifying center of Strauss's philosophical enterprise. The book is the culmination of Meier's work on the theologico-political problem.3/5(2). COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Zank has written on German-Jewish philosopher Hermann Cohen, on the thought of Martin Buber, and on the political philosopher Leo Strauss. His most recent book is a brief history of Jerusalem as a contested theological and political symbol. David Friedrich Strauss (), the German historian and the most controversial Protestant theologian of his time, was one of the first to make a clear distinction between Jesus the historical figure and Jesus the subject of Christian belief. David Strauss was a highly intelligent student at the famous Tübinger Stift, the school at which G. W. F.
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Strauss was a pioneer in higher criticism of the New Testament. He paved the way for much Teutonic scholarship. And because his conclusions were often sound, they were unpopular, and he paid a martyr's price for his temerity.
This book of a good summation of his life and struggles.5/5(3). David Friedrich Strauss and His Theology [Harris, Horton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
David Friedrich Strauss and His Theology5/5(3). Strauss was a pioneer in higher criticism of the New Testament. He paved the way for much Teutonic scholarship. And because his conclusions were often sound, they were unpopular, and he paid a martyr's price for his temerity.
This book of a good summation of his life and struggles.5/5. Additional Strauss & His Theology book Format: Online version: Harris, Horton. David Friedrich Strauss and his theology. Cambridge [Eng.] University Press, (OCoLC) 'Scottish Journal of Theology' monograph supplements.
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This book describes the «great sensation» that David Friedrich Strauss's Life of Jesus () caused among his Roman Catholic contemporaries in the s and s. It not only provides a careful exposition of the reasons for the Catholic critique of Strauss, but also shows how the Strauss-Catholic debate exemplifies the pitfalls that result when the historical person of Jesus is considered Author: William Madges.
Background and education. Strauss earned his B.A. from Westmont College, his and Th.M. from Talbot School of Theology, and his Ph.D. in New Testament from University of Aberdeen. Prior to joining the faculty at Bethel Seminary inStrauss taught at Biola University, Christian Heritage College, and Talbot School of has also served on the Committee on Bible Translation.
David Friedrich Strauss () was a German theologian and writer. He most famously wrote The Life of Jesus Critically Examined but also books such as The Old Faith and the more information about Strauss, you might read David Friedrich Strauss & His Theology,David Friedrich Strauss in His Life and Writings, and David Friedrich Strauss and His Critics: The Life of Jesus Reviews: 2.
Bruno Bauer (German: ; 6 September – 13 April ) was a German philosopher and a student of G. Hegel, Bauer was a radical Rationalist in philosophy, politics and Biblical investigated the sources of the New Testament and, beginning with Hegel's Hellenophile orientation, concluded that early Christianity owed more to ancient Greek philosophy.
By one of the most prominent interpreters of Leo Strauss's thought, this book is the first to examine the theme that Strauss considered to be key to his entire intellectual enterprise. The theologico-political problem refers to the confrontation between the theological and. Lehman Strauss taught Old Testament history for eight years at Philadelphia Bible Institute, and served as pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church, Bristol, Pennsylvania, from to He was pastor of Highland Park Baptist Church (Highland Park, Michigan) until the end of when he resigned to devote full time to an itinerant Bible.
Strauss became a Lutheran vicar inand studied theology under Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. He was appointed to the Theological Seminary at the University at Tubingen. His book Life of Jesus (), dissecting the New Testament as largely mythical, was published to great acclaim, but lost him his teaching post.
In he left the church/5(8). STRAUSS, DAVID FRIEDRICH. STRAUSS, DAVID FRIEDRICH ( – ), German biblical critic, man of letters, and freethinker. Strauss is best known for his monumental book The Life of Jesus (). In some fifteen hundred pages, half of which are devoted to an analysis of the miracle and the death-resurrection stories in the New Testament, he argued that neither a supernaturalistic nor a.
In his day Strauss had more influence on freethinkers like George Eliot than on the mainstream of theology. His teaching on myth seems to have had little direct influence on Bultmann.* See biographies by E.
Zeller () and T. Ziegler (2 vols., ); H. Harris, David Friedrich Strauss and his Theology. David Friedrich Strauss Miracle and Myth.
Marcus Borg. The Fourth R Volume May–June Of all the books on the historical Jesus published in the nineteenth century, David Friedrich Strauss's The Life of Jesus () has had the most enduring significance. It belongs with two others as landmarks in the early history of Jesus scholarship: Hermann Samuel Reimarus' The Aim of Jesus and.
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Needless to say, there are many things we can learn about Paul's theology from his missionary journeys. But one of the most important things we learn is that Paul's theology did not allow him to be an armchair theologian. To be sure, Paul was well educated and was very intelligent.
But his theology led him to a life of sacrifice and service. in Systematic Theology in syllabus form will welcome the appearance of the more complete work in book form. Thiessen was called from his labors while engaged upon the task of writing the book.
The actual completion and editing of it since his departure has fallen to. No student of 19th or 20th century theology can ignore this book. Leander E. Keck Winkley Professor of Biblical Theology Yale Divinity School. The two-volume LIFE OF JESUS by David Freidrich Strauss in is one of the landmark treatments in Leben-Jesu research.
It is good to have it back in print in the translation of Mary Ann Evans.This book looks at the work and influence of Leo Strauss in a variety of ways that will be of interest to readers of political philosophy. It will be of particular interest to Catholics and scholars of other religious traditions.
Strauss had a great deal of interaction with his contemporary.The book contributors are all directly indebted to Professor Strauss, either as his teaching colleagues or as his former students.
However, they do not simply mimic their mentor; they offer their own significant contributions in their respective fields. Editors: John Castelein (Ph.D., Theology, University of Chicago).