Geschichte Des Urchristenthums Paperback

by August Friedrich Gfrorer

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Geschichte Des Urchristenthums

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A keen student of theology, August Friedrich Gfrorer (1803-61) became professor of history at the University of Freiburg and also sat as a representative in the Frankfurt parliament, agitating for the reunification of Protestantism and Catholicism. This three-volume work, published in 1838, may be regarded as marking the modern period in the Christian study of Judaism. Gfrorer was the first scholar who attempted to recount the history of Palestinian Judaism at the time of Jesus by using primary source material and without pursuing an obvious apologetic or polemic agenda. More than 2,000 pages in length, the work is a formidable scholarly achievement of lasting value in the field of religious studies. Volume 2 discusses the authenticity and literary character of the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke. According to Gfrorer, the Gospel of John has a distinct character which sets it apart from the other Gospels.

Geschichte Des Urchristenthums by August Friedrich Gfrorer was published by Cambridge Library Collection in August 2012. The ISBN for Geschichte Des Urchristenthums is 9781108053679.

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Details for Geschichte Des Urchristenthums

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherCambridge Library Collection (August 2012)
Number of Pages806
Thickness45 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
Product Code4045220
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