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Edited by Jan Assmann and Guy G. Stroumsa
This collection of essays deals with anthropological rather than theological aspects of the Near Eastern and Mediterranean religions from the archaic period to Late Antiquity. Part one focuses on "Confession and Conversion", part two on "Guilt, Sin and Rituals of Purification".
Fritz Meier. Translated by John O'Kane, with editorial assistance of Bernd Radtke
Advisor: Fritz Büsser
Heinrich Bullinger (1504-1575) has always been overshadowed by his predecessor Huldrych Zwingli and his Genevan counterpart Jean Calvin. Yet it was Bullinger who saved the Reformation in Zurich after Zwingli was killed. In remembrance of the 500th birthday of this influential theologian in 2004, ...
Advisor: Prof. Fritz Büsser
More than 1100 works (opera omnia, individual works, editions of classical works) by 46 authors dating from the 15th and 16th centuries. Countries/areas represented include Italy, England, The Netherlands, France, Spain, Elsas, Vienna and Switzerland.
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