Wilhelm Bousset

Wilhelm Bousset (3 September 1865, Lübeck – 8 March 1920, Gießen) was a German theologian and New Testament scholar. He was of Huguenot ancestry and a native of Lübeck. His most influential work was ''Kyrios Christos'', an attempt to explain the origins of devotion to Christ as the product of second century Hellenistic forces, and is still the most widely influential academic work on early Christology, even if its conclusions are no supported by modern scholarship. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Bousset, Wilhelm, 1865-1920.
Published 1906
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by Bousset, Wilhelm, 1865-1920.
Published 1966
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by Bousset, Wilhelm, 1865-1920.
Published 1896
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by Bousset, Wilhelm, 1865-1920.
Published 1904
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by Bousset, Wilhelm, 1865-1920.
Published 1907
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by Bousset, Wilhelm, 1865-1920.
Published 1906
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by Bousset, Wilhelm, 1865-1920.
Published 1906
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by Bousset, Wilhelm, 1865-1920.
Published 1907
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by Bousset, Wilhelm, 1865-1920.
Published 1894
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by Bousset, Wilhelm, 1865-1920.
Published 1903
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by Bousset, Wilhelm, 1865-1920.
Published 1926
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by Bousset, Wilhelm, 1865-1920.
Published 1907
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by Bousset, Wilhelm, 1865-1920.
Published 1909
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by Bousset, Wilhelm, 1865-1920.
Published 1896
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by Bousset, Wilhelm, 1865-1920.
Published 1908
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