Bernhard Stade

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Bernhard Stade (May 11, 1848, Arnstadt, Thuringia, – December 6, 1906) was a German Protestant theologian and historian.[1]

He studied at Leipzig and Berlin, and in course of time became (1875) professor ordinarius at Giessen. Once a member of Franz Delitzsch's class, he became a convinced adherent of the newest critical school.

In 1881 he founded the Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, which he continued to edit; and his critical history of Israel (Geschichte des Volks Israel, 2 vols, 1887–1888; vol. ii in conjunction with Oskar Holtzmann) made him very widely known.

With Carl Siegfried,[2] he revised and edited the Hebrew lexicon, Hebräisches Wörterbuch zum Alten Testament (1892-1893). Stade's other works included:

  • Über die alttestamentlichen Vorstellungen vom Zustand nach dem Tode (1877).
  • Lehrbuch der hebräischen Grammatik (vol. i, 1879).
  • Ausgewählte akademische Reden und Abhandlungen (1899).
  • Biblische Theologie des Alten Testaments (1905, etc.).

References

  1. "The historians' history of the world", 1907 p. 237, Google e-book
  2. History and Guide to Judaic Dictionaries and Concordances, Shimeon Brisman, 2000
Attribution

Further reading

  • Hans-Joachim Kraus: Geschichte der historisch-kritischen Erforschung des Alten Testaments von der Reformation bis zur Gegenwart. (1956) 3. erw. Aufl. Neukirchener Verl., Neukirchen-Vluyn 1982, S. 283-288. ISBN 3-7887-0701-1