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Gerhard Lohfink (born 29 August 1934) is a German Catholic priest and theologian. God's Word in Human Words. Chicago 1972, Franciscan Herald Press (Herald Biblical booklets), ISBN 9780819902122
Gerhard Lohfink (born 29 August 1934) is a German Catholic priest and theologian. He was born in Frankfurt am Main and was professor of New Testament at the University of Tübingen until 1986. Lohfink works as a theologian in the Catholic Integrated Community (KIG). He is the younger brother of Norbert Lohfink, professor of Old Testament. Chicago 1972, Franciscan Herald Press (Herald Biblical booklets), ISBN 9780819902122. with Malina, Bruce J. The conversion of St. Paul: Narrative and History in Acts. Chicago 1976, Franciscan Herald Press.
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God's word in human words. Chicago 1972, Franciscan Herald Press (Herald Biblical booklets), ISBN 9780819902122
He was Professor of New Testament at the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen until 1986. He is the younger brother of Norbert Lohfink, Professor for Old Testament. 1976 ISBN 9780819905727.
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For the gospels must not be regarded as mere collections of facts about Jesus. The word is usually used with great confidence and without reflection, as if its meaning were obvious. But so-called facts are not that simple
For the gospels must not be regarded as mere collections of facts about Jesus. They are not an assemblage of documents from a Jesus archive in the early Jerusalem community. Obviously the authors of the gospels had a multitude of traditions about Jesus at their disposal, but they. used these traditions to interpret Jesus. But so-called facts are not that simple. Of course the world is full of facts, and often we can speak of them as a matter of course.
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