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Biblical Studies and the Shifting of Paradigms, 1850–1914
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Biblical Studies and the Shifting of Paradigms, 1850–1914

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Sheffield Academic Press 1995

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This volume contains the contributions to a symposium in which specialists in different fields worked together in the attempt to throw by their cooperation more light on the conditions—theological convictions and worldview, political climate, influence of state officials, educational institutions and churches—which were influential in the development of biblical studies in the second half of the nineteenth century. The volume contains a collection of essays which have in common that all of them contribute to a better knowledge of the inner and outer conditions which formed climate and results of Biblical interpretation in the period.

Biblical Studies and the Shifting of Paradigms, 1850–1914 is perfect for students, professors, or anyone wanting to learn more about the context and specific history of the Old Testament. With the Logos edition, all Scripture references are linked to the Bibles in your library, making study easy and effective.

Key Features

  • Introduction by the editors
  • Includes detailed table of contents, indexes, and bibliographies to guide research and study

Product Details

  • Title: Biblical Studies and the Shifting of Paradigms, 1850–1914
  • Editors: Henning Graf Reventlow and William R. Farmer
  • Publisher: Sheffield
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 297

About the Editors

Henning Graf Reventlow is Professor Emeritus of Old Testament Exegesis and Theology, Faculty of Protestant Theology at the University of the Ruhr in Bochum, Germany.

William R. Farmer is Professor of New Testament at the University of Dallas and co-editor of Jesus and the Suffering Servant: Isaiah 53 and Christian Origins (Trinity 1998).