Category:Historical Jesus Studies--1900s

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The page: Historical Jesus Studies--1900s, includes (in chronological order) scholarly and literary works in the field of Historical Jesus Studies, made in the 1900s, or from 1900 to 1909.

HJS 1900s -- History of research -- Overview
HJS 1900s -- History of research -- Overview
Albert Schweitzer

In 1901 William Wrede drew attention to the motif of the Messianic Secret in the Gospel of Mark. He proposed that the author of Mark invented the notion of secrecy to reduce the tension between early Christian beliefs about Jesus being the Messiah, and the non-Messianic nature of his ministry.

In 1903 Ferdinand Zecca and Lucien Nonguet directed the first feature film covering the entire life of Jesus, from his birth and ministry to his death and resurrection. The movie was inspired by tradition Catholic iconography and had no ambitions of historical authenticity.

The work of Albert Schweitzer in 1906 marked a turning point in the history of research on the historical Jesus. Not only he surveyed the results of earlier scholarship but also submitted them to critical analysis. His conclusion was that by eradicating the (Jewish) eschatological elements modern (Christian) scholars had made a Jesus at their own image and likeness.

HJS 1900s -- Highlights
HJS 1900s -- Highlights

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Cognate Fields (1900s)
Cognate Fields (1900s)

Pages in category "Historical Jesus Studies--1900s"

The following 59 pages are in this category, out of 59 total.