Johannes Weiss
b. December 13, 1863 – d. August 24, 1914 • Author • Scholar • Theologian
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Weiss, Johannes
Weiss, Johannes (1863–1914), German NT scholar. The son of Bernhard *Weiss, he was educated at the universities of Marburg, Berlin, Göttingen, and Breslau, and became Privatdozent at Göttingen in 1888 and associate professor in 1890, full professor at Marburg in 1895 and at Heidelberg in 1908. His
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Weiss, Johannes
Weiss, Johannes (1863–1914). German New Testament scholar, the first to propose that the central purpose of the ministry of Jesus Christ was to proclaim the kingdom of God as a transcendent reality and himself as the Messiah.His work includes several books expounding and enlarging on this topic. The
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Weiss, Johannes
Weiss, Johannes (1863–1914)Theologian; New Testament scholarBorn at Kiel, son of the distinguished theological professor Bernard Weiss (1827–1918), Johannes was educated at the Universities of Marburg, Berlin, Göttingen, and Breslau. In 1888 he began his career as a New Testament teacher as privatdozent