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Gerhard von Rad (1901-1971), traditionshistoriker og gammeltestamentlig teolog
Gerhard von Rad (1901-1971), historian of traditions and theologian of the Old Testament
Auteur(s)
VICEREKTOR A. F. ; JEPPESEN K.
Résumé
Gerhard von Rad (1901-1971) is one of the most important German OT scholars of the 20th century. The historical events of his lifetime, including the two World Wars, left their mark on him, and it was not least his detestation for the nazis's treatment of the Jews, which called his interest for OT forth, and he became a member of the academic world in stead of the clergy. Two fields of research are in a special way connected to his name. He was one of the founders of the traditio-historical method. Being one of A. Alt's doctoral students, history and the development of traditions always played an important part in his research. The historical credo (Deut 26) and its importance for the making of the Hexateuch has made a great impact on the scholarly world. The other field is OT theology, in which he stressed the theology in the transmission of the biblical traditions, in Vol. I the historical tradition and in Vol II the prophetic tradition. His way of doing Theologie was quite different from the traditional German Old Testament Theology.
Editeur
Gads
Identifiant
ISSN : 0105-3191
Source
Dansk teologisk tidsskrift A. 1999, vol. 62, n° 4, pp. 241-255
Langue
dan
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