Category:Historical Jesus Studies--1800s

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The page: Historical Jesus Studies--1800s, includes (in chronological order) scholarly and literary works in the field of Historical Jesus Studies, made in the first half of the 19th century, or from 1800 to 1849.

HJS 1800s -- History of research -- Overview
HJS 1800s -- History of research -- Overview
David Friedrich Strauss

At the beginning of the 19th century the first critical approaches to the Life of Jesus were characterized by the attempt either to "eliminate" the supernatural elements in the Gospel narratives (Jefferson) or to "explain" them in rationalistic terms (Paulus). The breakthrough came with the work of David Friedrich Strauss (1835) who showed that the Gospel narratives ought not to be taken as "objective" reports but as "mythological" retelling of historical events. Strauss defined what would become the "scholarly" approach; the success of his work marked the beginning of contemporary research on the Historical Jesus. The Emancipation of the Jews in Western Europe led to the emergence of Jewish scholarship and Joseph Salvador was in 1838 the first Jewish scholar to deal with the historical Jesus.

HJS 1800s -- Highlights
HJS 1800s -- Highlights

HJS Timeline -> 1800s

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Cognate Fields (1800s)
Cognate Fields (1800s)

Pages in category "Historical Jesus Studies--1800s"

The following 31 pages are in this category, out of 31 total.