Die Auferstehung Christi
This is the German translation of the revised text of 'Christ's Resurrection in Early Christianity'
Marcion and the Synoptic Gospels
Are the Synoptic Gospels at odds with Early Christian art and archaeology? Art and archaeology cannot provide the material basis 'to secure the irrefutable inner continuity' of the Christian beginnings (Erich Dinkler); can the Synoptic Gospels step in? Their narratives, however, are as absent from the first hundred and fourty years of early Christianity as are their visual imageries. 'Many of the dates confidently assigned by modern experts to the New Testament documents', especially the Gospels
Meister Eckhart, Vol. II
«On the Lord's Prayer»
Introduction, Text, Translation, and Commentary
This rather short text by Eckhart has been available in a critical edition for decades, but has been rarely read and studied, regarded by its editors as a mediocre piece of the young Eckhart. It is, indeed, a strangely looking work, almost entirely a cut-and-paste piece from Thomas Aquinas' Golden Chain. Eckhart's commentary gives insights into his reception of the Patristic tradition ...
The Art of Detachment
Eckhart Text and Studies, Vol. I
Detachment is widely recognized as one of the key concerns of Eckhart in his anthropology. This monograph of the editor of the series introduces this concept from Eckhart's teaching on divine essence, the principle and the transcendentals, to then re-interpret his anthropology by contrasting it with Augustine's Neo-Platonic model of progressing spiritual stages.
Why is the Resurrection of Christ so remote, almost non-existent in many early Christian writings of the first 140 years of Christianity? This is the first Patristic book to focus on the development of the belief in the Resurrection of Christ through the first centuries A.D.
and Cultural Pluralism. Judaism, Christianity and Islam in European curricula, 3 vols.
(Together with Jorgen Nielsen, and Lisa Kaul-Seidman)
The results of a research project, funded by the BMW and Altana related Herbert Quandt Foundation, Bad Homburg
R.M. Hübner, Der Paradox Eine
Antignostischer Monarchianismus im zweiten Jahrhundert. With a contribution by M. Vinzent
These essays propose a new dating of, and historical setting for the letters of "Ignatius of Antioch". In so doing this volume forms an important contribution to the study of Monarchianism and early church history as well.
An examination of the fragments of Noëtus of Smyrna, the founder of Monarchianism, leads to the discovery of the oldest Regula fidei, and of its origin as part of anti-gnostic polemics.