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eBook W.M.L. de Wette, Founder of Modern Biblical Criticism: An Intellectual Biography (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies) ePub

by John W. Rogerson

  • ISBN: 056723388X
  • Category: Humanities
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  • Author: John W. Rogerson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press; 1 edition (November 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 313
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This first modern critical study of de Wette's . de Wette (1780-1849) was not only one of the founders of modern Old Testament criticism.

This first modern critical study of de Wette's . His loss and recovery of Christian faith, his dismissal from his post in Berlin in 1819 on political grounds and his long subsequent exile in Basel left their mark upon his work in New Testament ethics, dogmatics and aesthetics. This first modern critical study of de Wette's life and work evaluates his achievements in the context of his own times and asesses their importance on modern biblical scholars.

Author: John W. Rogerson. Publisher: Sheffield

M. L. de Wette (1780–1849) was not only one of the founders of modern Old Testament criticism. Author: John W. Publisher: Sheffield. John W. Rogerson is a former head of the department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Sheffield and Canon Emeritus of Sheffield Cathedral.

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de Wette, on whom I published a biography in 1992. Smith lived through the most exciting period of modern biblical studies and sought to bring the new biblical criticism as well as the exploding amount of scientific and other knowledge of his day into the service of theology. 3 was dismissed from his post at the University of Berlin in 1819, while the two scholars who are treated in the present volume also lost their jobs (all three happily found other employment). All three were bound to collide with ecclesiastical authorities because, in their different ways, they saw that the received orthodoxies of their respective traditions could not meet the needs of their day.

Old Testament World (Continuum Collection). de Wette, founder of modern Biblical criticism: an intellectual biography.

M. de Wette, Founder of Modern Biblical Criticism : An Intellectual Biography (JSOT Supplement). Category: Общественные науки прочие, Философия, Критическое мышление. 1. 3 Mb. Old Testament World (Continuum Collection). Philip R. Davies, John W.

Redirected from W. M. de Wette) John W. Rogerson, . An Intellectual Biography, Sheffield Academic Press, 1992. de Wette). Wilhelm Martin Leberecht de Wette (12 January 1780 – 16 June 1849) was a German theologian and biblical scholar. 1 Life and education. In 1799 he entered on his theological studies at Jena, his principal teachers being J. J. Griesbach and H. E. G. Paulus; from the latter he derived his tendency to free critical inquiry. de Wette, Founder of Modern Biblical Criticism. De Wette at Jewish Encyclopedia. De Wette at The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia.

Old Testament Criticism in the Nineteenth Century: England and Germany. de Wette, Founder of Modern Biblical Criticism: An Intellectual Biography (The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies).

The Sense of Biblical Narrative: Structural Analyses in the Hebrew Bible: Volume I. LHBOTS. Ranking Narrative Criticism : (not ranked). Coats, George W. Saga, Legend, Tale, Novella, Fable: Narrative Forms in the Old Testament.

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De Wette has been described by Julius Wellhausen as "the epoch-making opener of the historical criticism of the Pentateuch. He prepared the way for the Supplement-theory. An Historico-Critical Introduction to the Canonical Books of the New Testament, Frederick Frothingham, t. Boston: Crosby, Nichols and Company, 1858.

W.M.L. de Wette (1780-1849) was not only one of the founders of modern Old Testament criticism. His loss and recovery of Christian faith, his dismissal from his post in Berlin in 1819 on political grounds and his long subsequent exile in Basel left their mark upon his work in New Testament ethics, dogmatics and aesthetics. This first modern critical study of de Wette's life and work evaluates his achievements in the context of his own times and asesses their importance on modern biblical scholars.