Henning Graf Reventlow

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Henning Graf Reventlow, full name Henning Lothar Gert Count Reventlow (September 22, 1929 - September 9, 2010) was a German Protestant theologian, Old Testament scholar and university professor.[1] He wrote numerous books on religion. His book The Authority of the Bible and the Rise of the Modern World was translated into English by John Bowden and won the Schlegel-Tieck Prize.

Works in English[edit]

  • History of Biblical Interpretation, Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009-2010.
    • Vol. 1. From the Old Testament to Origen, translated by Leo G. Perdue
    • Vol. 2. From Late Antiquity to the End of the Middle Ages, translated by James O. Duke
    • Vol. 3. Renaissance, Reformation, Humanism, translated by James O. Duke
    • Vol. 4. From the Enlightenment to the Twentieth Century, translated by Leo G. Purdue.

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