Back to overview

Beiträge zur historischen Theologie

Edited by Albrecht Beutel

Among the renowned scholarly series dealing with this subject, the Beiträge zur historischen Theologie holds a special position. For more than 80 years, this series has been providing a forum for the publication of outstanding historical-theological monographs only whose design and appearance correspond to the high quality of the content. This series does not accept collections of essays or conference volumes. The series focuses on studies of all periods of the history of the church and theology. In addition, it also publishes the best historical studies which deal with subjects pertaining to exegetical, systematic and practical-theological disciplines.
The first eleven volumes of the series, supervised directly by the publisher Oskar Siebeck himself, were published between 1929 (E. Lohmeyer: Grundlagen paulinischer Theologie) and 1936 (E. Hirsch: Studien zum vierten Evangelium). After the Second World War, the series was reestablished with Gerhard Ebeling as its editor. After 28 years and the publication of 46 volumes (BHTh 12, 1950 to 57, 1978), the editorial responsibility was passed on to Johannes Wallmann (BHTh 58, 1979 to 119, 2002) for a quarter of a century. The volumes which have been published since, and those which will be published in the future, have all been and will continue to be bound by the strict, time-honored tradition of the series.

ISSN: 0340-6741 / eISSN: 2568-6569 - Suggested citation: BHTh