C. H. Dodd

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Charles Harold Dodd (7 April 1884 – 21 September 1973) was a Welsh New Testament scholar and influential Protestant theologian.[1] He is known for promoting "realized eschatology", the belief that Jesus' references to the kingdom of God meant a present reality rather than a future apocalypse. He was influenced by Martin Heidegger and Rudolf Otto.

Works

  • The Meaning of Paul for Today (1920),
  • The Gospel in the New Testament undated
  • The Authority of the Bible (1928).
  • The Leader (1930) booklet
  • Epistle of Paul to the Romans (1932) Moffatt Commentary
  • The Framework of the Gospel Narrative (1932).
  • There and Back Again (1932).
  • The Mind of Paul: A Psychological Approach (1933).
  • The Bible and its Background (1935).
  • The Bible and the Greeks (1935).
  • The Parables of the Kingdom (1935).
  • The Apostolic Preaching and its Developments: Three Lectures with an Eschatology and History (1936).
  • The First Epistle of John and the Fourth Gospel (1937).
  • History and the Gospel (1938).
  • The Bible Today (1946).
  • The Johannine Epistles (1946) Moffatt Commentary.
  • About the Gospels (1950).
  • The Coming of Christ: Four Broadcast Addresses for the Season of Advent (1951).
  • Gospel and Law: The Relation of Faith and Ethics in Early Christianity (1951) Bampton Lectures at Columbia University.
  • According to the Scriptures: The Substructure of New Testament Theology (1952).
  • Christianity and the Reconciliation of the Nations (1952).
  • Man In God's Design According to the New Testament (1953) with Panagiotis Bratsiotis, R. Bultmann, and Henri Clavier.
  • The Interpretation of the Fourth Gospel (1953). Contents, pp. 2-46, back-cover description.
  • New Testament Studies (1953).
  • The Dialogue Form in the Gospels (1954/55).
  • Benefits of His Passion (1956).
  • How to Read the Gospels (1956).
  • Triptych (1958).
  • Historical Tradition in the Fourth Gospel (1963). Preface, Contents, pp. 1-44, back-cover descr.
  • More New Testament Studies (1968).
  • The Founder of Christianity (1970).

References

  1. ^ Frederick William Dillistone, C. H. Dodd, Interpreter of the New Testament, 1977.

Bibliography

  • Iwan Rhys Jones, "C. H. Dodd and the Welsh Bible: A Fading Influence," The Expository Times, 119,8 (2008), 380-384.

External links

  • Memoir of C. H. Dodd in The Proceedings of the British Academy by G. B. Caird
  • Kurt Erlemann (2005). "C. H. Dodd". In Bautz, Traugott. Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon (BBKL) (in German). 24. Nordhausen: Bautz. cols. 516–518. ISBN 3-88309-247-9. 
  • Biography (National Library of Wales)
  • Radical Faith
  • Preaching and Teaching in the Early Church Chapter 1 of Gospel and Law: The Relation of Faith and Ethics in Early Christianity (1951)
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