Karl Holl
b. May 15, 1866 – d. May 23, 1926 • Historian • Protestant • Teacher
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Holl, Karl
Holl, Karl (1866–1926), German Protestant Church historian. After studying at Tübingen and Berlin, he became professor at Tübingen in 1900 and in 1906 at Berlin, where he was the colleague of A. *Harnack. He edited several patristic texts for the Prussian Academy, including the Sacra Parallela of St
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Holl, Karl
Holl, Karl (1866–1926). Church historian and German Protestant theologian. After completing his theological studies, he taught at the University of Tübingen in 1900 and moved to Berlin in 1906. There he worked with Adolf von ⇒Harnack. He edited several patristic texts, among them the Sacra parallela
Dictionary of Luther and the Lutheran Traditions
Holl, Karl
Holl, KarlThe historian, Luther scholar, and theologian Karl Holl (1866–1926) was born in Tübingen and educated at the University of Tübingen in 1884–89. After graduate work on early church history, he edited Greek patristic texts for the Berlin Kirchenväterkomission, under his teacher at the University
New Dictionary of Theology: Historical and Systematic
Holl, Karl (1866–1926)
HOLL, KARL (1866–1926)Karl Holl was a distinguished German church historian, who was professor of church history at Tübingen (1901–6) and Berlin (1906–26). His Habilitationsschrift was on Greek monasticism (1896), followed by works on *John of Damascus (1897), and Amphilochius of Iconium (c. 340–95)
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Holl, Karl
Holl, Karl (1866–1926)German Protestant historian of church and theologyAfter a brief period as a Lutheran pastor, Holl became a lecturer and later a full professor of church history at Tübingen (1901–1906). From 1906 until his death he was a professor of church history in Berlin. He worked with Adolf