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Europe: Theological great and good

by Margaret Duggan

IT IS five years since the Revd Professor Carsten Peter Thiede died, but his life and work as a powerful and original New Testa­ment scholar were recently celebrated over the course of 24 hours in Vienna.

Born in Berlin in 1952, he was a stu­dent of German and English literature before he was drawn to the origins of the Gospels. With his immense scholar­ship, and know­ledge of ancient hand­writings — Greek, Latin, and Hebrew — he questioned the dating of ...

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