Theologie des Neuen Testaments 978-3-16-148738-5 - Mohr Siebeck
Theology

Ferdinand Hahn

Theologie des Neuen Testaments

Band I: Die Vielfalt des Neuen Testaments (Theologiegeschichte des Urchristentums). Band II: Die Einheit des Neuen Testaments (Thematische Darstellung)

[Theology of the New Testament.]

2nd, reviewed and supplemented edition with an index added 2005. XCIV, 1736 pages.
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In this textbook, Ferdinand Hahn provides a survey of the New Testament. The first volume begins with a description of the diversity of the early Christian records in the form of a history of the theology of early Christianity. In Volume II, the author presents a detailed discussion on the unity of New Testament records using individual subjects as examples.
In this textbook, Ferdinand Hahn provides a survey of the New Testament. The first volume begins with a description of the diversity of the early Christian records in the form of a history of the theology of early Christianity. The author deals with Pauline and deutero-Pauline theology and the non-Pauline writings of Hellenistic Jewish Christianity as well as with the Synoptic Gospels including Acts and Johannine theology. Volume I concludes with a preview of the transitional period leading to the early church. In Volume II, the author presents a detailed discussion on the unity of New Testament records using individual subjects as examples. The purpose of this work is to provide the readers with as clear a picture as possible of the New Testament text and the problems involved in it.
Authors/Editors

Ferdinand Hahn 1926–2015. 1954–56 im kirchlichen Dienst; 1956–62 wissenschaftlicher Assistent in Heidelberg; 1961 Promotion; 1963 Habilitation; 1964–68 o. Professor für Neues Testament in Kiel, 1968–76 in Mainz, 1976–94 in München.

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