Rudolf Bultmann

Rudolf Bultmann: Selected full-text books and articles

Primitive Christianity in Its Contemporary Setting By Rudolf Bultmann; R. H. Fuller Thames and Hudson, 1956
Existence and Faith: Shorter Writings of Rudolf Bultmann By Rudolf Bultmann; Schubert M. Ogden Meridian Books, 1960
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Essays: Philosophical and Theological By Rudolf Bultmann; James C. G. Greig Macmillan, 1955
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Christology and Myth in the New Testament: An Inquiry into the Character, Extent and Interpretation of the Mythological Element in New Testament Christology By Geraint Vaughan Jones Harper and Brothers, 1956
Librarian's tip: Includes discussion of Rudolf Bultmann in multipe chapters
The Origins of Christianity: A Historical Introduction to the New Testament By Schuyler Brown Oxford University Press, 1993 (Revised edition)
The Old Testament and Christian Faith: A Theological Discussion By Bernhard W. Anderson Harper & Row, 1963
Librarian's tip: "Bultmann against Marcion" begins on p. 49 and "The Significance of the Old Testament for the Christian Faith" by Rudolf Bultmann begins on p. 8
The Kingdom of God in the Teaching of Jesus By Norman Perrin Westminster Press, 1963
Librarian's tip: Chap. VII "Bultmann and the 'Bultmann School' on Kingdom of God and Son of Man"
Understanding the Fourth Gospel By John Ashton Clarendon Press, 1993
Librarian's tip: Part I "Questions and Answers"
Biblical Interpretation By John Barton; Robert Morgan Oxford University Press, 1988
Librarian's tip: "Bultmann and beyond" begins on p. 110
From the Ashes of Disgrace: A Journal from Germany, 1945-1955 By Hans Speier University of Massachusetts Press, 1981
PRIMARY SOURCE
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