In “Historical Criticism of the Bible” Eta Linnemann tells how modern Bible scholarship has drifted far from the truth, and why its assumptions are nonetheless so. Eta Linnemann. Baker Book House, The Bible and Modern Man. The Study of HistoricalCritical QR code for Historical Criticism of the Bible. Eta Linnemann was a German Protestant theologian. In her last years, she broke completely In her book “What is credible – the Bible or the Bible criticism” Linnemann claimed in , citing an unnamed ear (The Bible or biblical criticism?), Nuremberg ; Historical Criticism of the Bible: Methodology or Ideology?.
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In part 1 she analyzes the ideas that have shaped Western thought through four centuries, explaining how secular humanism, the Enlightenment, and German idealism have influenced Western universities in general and biblical scholarship in particular. The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hanover commissioned Linnemann to write interpretations of biblical texts for religious education. In part 2 she argues that historical criticism constitutes an ideological system rather than the objective scientific method scholars say they observe–exposing the presuppositions and dangers of the historical-critical system.
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