Anleitung zum Studium der populären Dogmatik 978-3-16-158158-8 - Mohr Siebeck
Theology

Johann Jakob Griesbach

Anleitung zum Studium der populären Dogmatik

4 Auflagen: 1779–1789. Bibliothek der Neologie. Kritische Ausgabe in zehn Bänden. Band III
Hrsg. v. Marco Stallmann

[Introduction to the Study of Popular Dogmatics (4 Editions: 1779–1789).]

2019. XXVIII, 225 pages.
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The »Introduction,« first published in 1779, emphasized a central idea of theological enlightenment by critically transferring early Protestant dogmatics into a contemporary form. It was with this work that Johann Jakob Griesbach (1745–1812) made a name for himself in the neological religious discourse which encouraged a professionalization of prospective theologians in the 18th century, a professionalization which had a decisive historical impact.
The »Introduction,« first published in 1779, emphasized a central idea of theological enlightenment by critically transferring early Protestant dogmatics into a contemporary form. It was with this work that Johann Jakob Griesbach (1745–1812) made a name for himself in the neological religious discourse which encouraged a professionalization of prospective theologians in the 18th century, a professionalization which had a decisive historical impact.
Authors/Editors

Johann Jakob Griesbach (1745–1812) Neutestamentlicher Textkritiker, Kirchenrat der Universität Jena und auswärtiges Mitglied der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.

Marco Stallmann Geboren 1988; 2008–14 Studium der Mathematik und Ev. Theologie an der Universität Münster; seit 2014 Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im DFG-Projekt »Bibliothek der Neologie«; 2018 Promotion zum Dr. theol.

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The following reviews are known:

In: Theologische Literaturzeitung — 145 (2020), S. 562–566 (Markus Wriedt)