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Gunther Bornkamm was Professor of New Testament Exegesis at Heidelberg University. A pupil of Rudolf Bultmann, he became one of the most eminent of New. [German Version]. (Oct 8, , Görlitz – Feb 18, , Heidelberg), Protestant New Testament scholar, who received his doctorate from Marburg (), was. Jesus of Nazareth has 21 ratings and 1 review. Bob said: More has been written about Jesus Christ in the last 50 years than has been written about Him in.
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This volume has justifiably held a leading position among scholarly presentations of Jesus’ life and teachings. Paperbackpages. Published May 5th by Augsburg Fortress Publishing first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Jesus of Nazarethplease sign up.
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With all of these books, there are no doubt some that should be skipped entirely, those that can be, and those that are a must read. Which one is this? Gunther Bornkamm’s Jesus of Nazareth is by no means a ‘must read. Overall, it is a pretty good book with some good insights. But if you have your choice, More has been written about Jesus Christ in the last 50 years than has been written about Him in the past years combined.
But if you have your choice, stick with N. Bornkamm is an unapologetic critical scholar and we shouldn’t expect anything less from Rudolph Bultmann’s student. Bornkamm rightly assesses that we cannot, nor we should not attempt a ‘biography’ of Jesus Christ.
But this does not mean that we cannot know anything about Jesus’ life and ministry. Bornkamm is a form critic and seeks to gain the historical knowledge behind the ugnther text.
As such, he abandons much in the way of traditional theology again, we are not to be surprised by this. By getting at the historical knowledge, Bornkamm seeks insight into the true Jesus and his meaning for today. Bornkamm is at his best when he is engaging the biblical text. His treatment of the Jesus’ idea of the present and futureness of the Kingdom is helpful in pointing out the mistakes of past exegetes.
Rather than rehashing the main arguments, he shows how there is a great deal of tension within the text itself and then goes on to provide a possible solution. Readers beware, the writing in this book is heavily technical and can be bornamm to deal with.
This is not a book for the beach, but more for the study.
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The reader will have to pay serious attention to the work, as even the author warns in his introduction. This book is great for seminary students, theologians, or pastors who have nothing better to do.
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He was the father of fellow scholar and author Aleida Assmann.
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