Der Same Seths: Hans-Martin Schenkes "Kleine Schriften" Zu Gnosis, Koptologie Und Neuem Testament (Nag Hammadi and Manichaean Studies)

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During a lifetime of scholarship and teaching, Hans-Martin Schenke produced an enormous number of publications in the field of New Testament, Gnosticism, and Coptology. This collection of his essays and book reviews bears witness to his love for the linguistic aspects of Coptology and illustrates his wide-ranging interest in the development of early Christianity. His insights and deep understanding of Gnostic beliefs and systems as a background for interpreting the New Testament makes his contributions to this discipline such a gainful and indispensable reading.

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'"Hans-Martin Schenke died in 2002. His academic pre-eminence in the areas of Nag Hammadi studies and Coptology were widely recognized, and his writings will continue to be consulted for their insightful perspectives for decades to come. The editors of this volume [...] have done an excellent job in assembling the volume. It is a fitting tribute to the scholarly achievements of Hans-Martin Schenke. While the writings are already in the public domain, it is convenient to have them collected in this single volume."' Paul Foster, The Expository Times 124(9) 2013 '"Extremely rich and chronologically arranged collection of essays and reviews (to Schenke a literary form of its own kind) on a great variety of subjects within the three main themes of 'Gnosis', Coptology, and New Testament studies. Excellently edited by a team of well known scholars closely familiar to Schenke's life (1929-2002) and work."' Johannes van Oort, "Vigiliae Christianae" 67 (2013)

'Hans-Martin Schenke died in 2002. His academic pre-eminence in the areas of Nag Hammadi studies and Coptology were widely recognized, and his writings will continue to be consulted for their insightful perspectives for decades to come. The editors of this volume [...] have done an excellent job in assembling the volume. It is a fitting tribute to the scholarly achievements of Hans-Martin Schenke. While the writings are already in the public domain, it is convenient to have them collected in this single volume.' Paul Foster, The Expository Times 124(9) 2013 'Extremely rich and chronologically arranged collection of essays and reviews (to Schenke a literary form of its own kind) on a great variety of subjects within the three main themes of 'Gnosis', Coptology, and New Testament studies. Excellently edited by a team of well known scholars closely familiar to Schenke's life (1929-2002) and work.' Johannes van Oort, Vigiliae Christianae 67 (2013)

"Hans-Martin Schenke died in 2002. His academic pre-eminence in the areas of Nag Hammadi studies and Coptology were widely recognized, and his writings will continue to be consulted for their insightful perspectives for decades to come. The editors of this volume [...] have done an excellent job in assembling the volume. It is a fitting tribute to the scholarly achievements of Hans-Martin Schenke. While the writings are already in the public domain, it is convenient to have them collected in this single volume." - Paul Foster, in: The Expository Times 124/9 (2013) "Extremely rich and chronologically arranged collection of essays and reviews (to Schenke a literary form of its own kind) on a great variety of subjects within the three main themes of 'Gnosis', Coptology, and New Testament studies. Excellently edited by a team of well known scholars closely familiar to Schenke's life (1929-2002) and work." - Johannes van Oort, in: Vigiliae Christianae 67 (2013)

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