Karl Ludwig Schmidt

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Karl Ludwig Schmidt (Frankfurt am Main 5 February 1891 - Basel, 10 January 1956) was a German Protestant theologian and professor of New Testament studies at the University of Basel. He taught that the accounts of the New Testament were to be regarded as fixed written versions of oral Gospel tradition.[1]

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  1. ^ Professoren der Universität Basel aus fünf Jahrhunderten: - Page 386 Andreas Staehelin - 1960 "KARL LUDWIG SCHMIDT 1891-1956 Von 1935 bis 1953 ordentlicher Professor für neutestamentliche Wissenschaft. ... Er lehrte die Erzählungen der Evangelien als schriftlich fixierte mündliche Tradition betrachten, deren geographischer, ..."