Sapientia Salomonis (Weisheit Salomos) 978-3-16-152808-8 - Mohr Siebeck
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Sapientia Salomonis (Weisheit Salomos)

Eingel., übers. u. mit interpretierenden Essays versehen v. Karl-Wilhelm Niebuhr, Walter Ameling, Folker Blischke, Mareike V. Blischke, Alfons Fürst, Rainer Hirsch-Luipold, Heinz-Günther Nesselrath u.a.

[Sapientia Salomonis (Wisdom of Solomon).]

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The Sapientia Salomonis (Wisdom of Solomon) has been an accepted part of the Christian Bible since Late Antiquity and was transmitted as part of the Old Testament. The work has therefore deeply influenced the development of religious and philosophical traditions in the Christian world right up to the present day.
The Sapientia Salomonis (Wisdom of Solomon) has been an accepted part of the Christian Bible since Late Antiquity and was transmitted as part of the Old Testament. The work has therefore deeply influenced the development of religious and philosophical traditions in the Christian world right up to the present day. The work was however originally derived from ancient Hellenistic Judaism, most likely from Alexandria around the beginning of the Common Era, making it a typical example of intensive interaction between biblical tradition and classical Greco-Roman culture. This can be seen in the reception of biblical and ancient oriental sapiential texts in the Wisdom of Solomon and their combination with topics, terms and forms of Greek philosophy. The ensuing Hellenistic blend had an important spiritual-cultural influence on the authors of New Testament writings.
Authors/Editors

Karl-Wilhelm Niebuhr Born 1956; 1975–81 studied theology at Halle University; 1985 Dr. theol.; 1986 Ordination as Lutheran Pastor; 1991 Habilitation; since 1997 Professor of New Testament at the Theological Faculty of Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena.

Walter Ameling Geboren 1958; Studium der Altertumswissenschaften; 1982 Promotion; 1991 Habilitation; Inhaber des Lehrstuhls für Alte Geschichte in Jena.

Folker Blischke No current data available.

Mareike Verena Blischke Geboren 1977; Studium der Theologie; 2007 Promotion; 2008–19 Mitarbeiterin am Seminar für Altes Testament der Georg-August-Universität Göttingen; 2011–19 wissenschaftliche Assistentin am Lehrstuhl von Prof. Hermann Spieckermann; seit 2017 Vikarin in der Evangelischen Kirche in Mitteldeutschland.

Alfons Fürst Geboren 1961; seit 2000 Ordinarius für Alte Kirchengeschichte, Patrologie und Christliche Archäologie an der Katholisch-Theologischen Fakultät der WWU Münster.

Rainer Hirsch-Luipold Born 1967; studies in Protestant Theology and Greek Philology; since 2011 Professor of New Testament and History of Ancient Religion, University of Bern; since 2015 also Extraordinary Professor in the Department of Ancient Studies, Stellenbosch University.

Heinz-Günther Nesselrath Geboren 1957; 1976–81 Studium der Klassischen Philologie und der Alten Geschichte an der Universität zu Köln; 1981 Promotion; 1987 Habilitation; seit 2001 Universitätsprofessor (C 4) für Klassische Philologie an der Georg-August-Universität Göttingen.

Maren R. Niehoff Geboren 1963; Ausbildung an der Hebräischen Universität Jerusalem, der Freien Universität in Berlin, Oxford University and Harvard University; seit 2014 Max Cooper Professor im Dept. für Jüdische Philosophie, Hebräische Universität Jerusalem.
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0815-6929

Friedrich V. Reiterer No current data available.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Review of Biblical Literature — http://www.bookreviews.org (2/2017) (Helmut Engel)
In: Biblische Notizen — 176 (2018), S. 145–147 (Karin Schöpflin)
In: Studien zum NT u.seiner Umwelt — 43 (2018), S. 254–257 (Friedrich W. Horn)
In: Theologische Literaturzeitung — 145 (2020), S. 178–181 (Martina Kepper)
In: Revue d'histoire et de Philosophie Religieuses — 96 (2016), S. 332–333 (Ch. Grappe)
In: Jahrbuch f.Liturgik u.Hymnologie — 2017, S. 127 (Helmut Schwier)
In: Zeitschr. f. d. Alttestamentl. Wissenschaft — 129 (2017), S. 473–474 (Martin Rösel)
In: www.spc.rs — http://www.spc.rs/sr/premudrosti_solomonove (9/2017) (Zoran Andric)