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The rediscovery of Apocalyptic;: A polemical work on a neglected area of Biblical studies and its damaging effects on theology and philosophy

@inproceedings{Koch1972TheRO,
  title={The rediscovery of Apocalyptic;: A polemical work on a neglected area of Biblical studies and its damaging effects on theology and philosophy},
  author={Klaus Koch},
  year={1972}
}
Klaus Koch is Professor of Old Testament in the University of Hamburg. After studying at the Universities of Mainz, Tubingen and Heidelberg he became pastor of the Lutheran church in Jena, East Germany, from 1954-1956. He then returned to Erlangen as Privatdozent, and after work there and in Hamburg, he became Professor of Old Testament at Wuppertal, which he left for his present post in 1962. His principal interest has been in the history of the biblical traditions. His first major work was… Expand
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