Eduard Schweizer

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Eduard Schweizer (1913–2006) was a Swiss New Testament scholar who taught at the University of Zurich for an extended period. He won the Burkitt Medal for Biblical Studies in 1996.[1][2][3]

Works

  • Jesus (1971)
  • The Good News According to Mark ISBN 0-8042-0250-8
  • The Good News According to Matthew
  • The Good News According to Luke ISBN 0-664-22361-3
  • The Church as the Body of Christ, 1964
  • Church Order in the New Testament, 1979, ISBN 0-334-00224-9
  • The Lord's Supper in the New Testament
  • The Spirit of God (Holy Spirit ISBN 0-334-02051-4)
  • A Theological Introduction to the New Testament ISBN 0-281-04602-6

References

  1. ^ Briscoe, Stuart, The Preacher's Commentary Series, Volumes 1-35: Genesis - Revelation, Thomas Nelson, 2010
  2. ^ Maclean, Iain S. Reconciliation, Nations and Churches in Latin America, Routledge, 2016
  3. ^ Jews, Greeks and Christians: Religious Cultures in Late Antiquity : Essays in Honor of William David Davies, Brill, 1976 page 245


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