Kähler, Martin

Kähler, Martin
Professor of Theology at Halle who maintained that the quest for the historical Jesus was futile; it is in the preaching of the Church that Christ is truly met. He is famous for observing that the gospel of Mark is really a passion narrative with an extended introduction consisting of isolated units. The study of these individual units was to be the chief concern of Form Criticism.

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  • Kähler, Martin — (1835–1912)    Theologian.    Kähler was born in Neuhausen, East Prussia, and was educated at the Universities of Heidelberg, Tübingen and Halle. For most of his career he taught systematic theology at the University of Halle. He was the author… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • Martin Kähler — (6 January 1835 – 7 September 1912) was a German theologian. He is best known for his short work Der sogenannte historische Jesus und der geschichtliche, biblische Christus (The so called historical Jesus and the historic, biblical Christ).… …   Wikipedia

  • Martin Kähler — Karl Martin August Kähler (* 6. Januar 1835 in Neuhausen bei Königsberg; † 7. September 1912 in Freudenstadt im Schwarzwald) war ein deutscher protestantischer Theologe (Dogmatiker). Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Familie 2 Leben …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kähler — oder Kaehler ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Alexander Kähler (Unternehmer) (1832–1907), deutscher Unternehmer Alexander Kähler (Moderator) (* 1960), deutscher Fernsehmoderator und Redakteur Alfred Kähler (1900–1981), deutscher… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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