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Geschichte des Urchristenthums

Geschichte des Urchristenthums
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  • Date Published: August 2012
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Multiple copy pack
  • isbn: 9781108053693

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  • A keen student of theology, August Friedrich Gfrörer (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. Gfrörer 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.

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    • Date Published: August 2012
    • format: Multiple copy pack
    • isbn: 9781108053693
    • dimensions: 216 x 140 x 123 mm
    • weight: 2.87kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Volume 1: Part I:
    1. Die Quellen zur Kenntnis des Zustandes der jüdischen Dogmen und der Volksbildung im Zeitalter Jesu Christi
    2. Die Erziehung der Juden zur Zeit Jesu
    3. Die jüdische Lehre von der Offenbarung
    4. Die jüdische Lehre von Gott
    5. Die Lehre von den höheren Geistern, Engeln und Teufeln
    Part II:
    6. Die Schöpfung, die Welt und ihre Theile
    7. Die Lehre vom Menschen, der Seele, Unsterblichkeit
    Freiheit und Schicksal, Sünde, Fall
    8. Die Lehre von den Mitteln und Wegen, durch welche der Mensch die Gnade Gottes erwirbt und seinen Zorn abwendet
    9. Der Plan Gottes mit dem jüdischen Volke
    10. Die alte jüdische Lehre vom Messias und den lezten Dingen. Volume 2: Part I: Lukas:
    1. Unsicherheit der alten Zeugnisse über die Aechtheit neutestamentlicher Schriften
    2. Zusammensetzung des Evangeliums Lucä
    3. Die Sage von der Kindheit Jesu, sammt seiner Wirksamkeit am See Tiberias
    4. Die Sage von der Wirksamkeit Christi ausserhalb Galiläa und vor dem lezten Aufenthalte in Jerusalem
    5. Die Sage von den lezten Schicksalen Christi in Jerusalem
    6. Zusammensetzung der Apostelgeschichte
    Part II: Matthäus:
    7. Das Matthäus-Evangelium
    8. Das Alter der beiden Evangelien des Lukas und Matthäus
    Part III: Markus:
    9. Zusammensetzung des zweiten Evangeliums
    10. Beweis, dass sich in den drei synoptischen Evangelien viel unhistorisches finde
    11. Das Evangelium Johannis und seine Beschaffenheit. Volume 3:
    1. Der Gottessohn
    2. Des Menschen Sohn
    3. Die Wunder Jesu und die Reden
    4. Die Aechtheit des vierten Evangeliums
    5. Die Kirche.

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    August Friedrich Gfrörer

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