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Tuesday, March 06, 2012


Sean, anyone interested can currently bid what they'd pay to get the Ferdinand Christian Bauer collection into production as a digital edition on Logos. This could be a great resource to turn, since it'll be easily searchable.


Hi David
Thanks for news about the WUNT volume. A translation of the Christuspartei essay is also to be welcomed. His discussion of Philippians (utterly wrong, but fascinating nonetheless) is the starting point for some work on the letter I am doing at the moment. Hope all is well in Oxford and belated congratulations on your appointment.

Baur is indeed a giant whose ghost still haunts much of NT study. You may be interested in a WUNT volume being assembled at the moment, with German and English essays offering assessments of Baur and his legacy in NT study - maybe out in 2013? There is also a translation of his Christ-party essay under contract with SBL for its History of Biblical Studies series at the moment. Baur is hard to agree with, but an interesting and provocative read. Thanks for the great quote!

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