Congrats to prof Lincicum on the publication of his new book!
I’m delighted that this edited volume on Baur has been published, and with an impressive array of contributions (my own minor essay is the least of these!). Here’s a link to Mohr Siebeck’s site, and it’s also available on Amazon.
Here’s the info from Mohr’s product page:
Ferdinand Christian Baur und die Geschichte des frühen Christentums
Hrsg. v. Martin Bauspieß, Christof Landmesser u. David Lincicum
[Ferdinand Christian Baur and the History of Early Christianity.]
Published in German.
Ferdinand Christian Baur (1792-1860) can be seen as one of the most important sources of inspiration for the development of historical-critical research in the 19th century. His immense body of work covers many areas of the New Testament, the history of the church and of dogma. Baur’s works contain numerous ideas which can be applied to current discussion in which many fundamental questions in regard to the historical-critical method are being…
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