Albert Schweitzer’s New Testament Contributions by Joseph A. Johnson Jr.
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
Interdenominational Theological Center New Testament professor Joseph A. Johnson gives a lecture on Albert Schweitzer’s contributions to New Testament studies. In his lecture he discusses Schweitzer’s book “The Quest of the Historical Jesus.” Johnson’s claims on this book rests the fame of Schweitzer. He explains the focus of the book and describes it as a turning point in New Testament studies. Also included is a lecture by an unidentified male. In the lecture he discusses effective change agent criteria for pastors. He determines understanding and identifying as key parts of the criteria.
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Johnson Jr., Joseph A., "Albert Schweitzer’s New Testament Contributions by Joseph A. Johnson Jr." (1965). Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection. 29.
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