Karl Budde

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Karl Ferdinand Reinhard Budde (13 April 1850 – 29 January 1935) was a German theologian, born at Bensberg. He was inspector of the Evangelisches Theologisches Stift at Bonn from 1878 to 1885, professor at Bonn in 1879, at Strassburg in 1889, and in 1900 was made professor of Old Testament exegesis and the Hebrew language at Marburg. He received a D. D. from St. Andrews in 1911. He wrote:

  • Die Bücher Richter und Samuel, ihr Aufbau und ihre Quellen (1900)
  • "The Religion of Israel to the Exile," in American Lectures on the History of Religions (1899)
  • Die Bücher Samuel (1902)
  • Die Alte Testamente und die Ausgrabungen (1903)
  • contributions to the Encyclopaedia Biblica (1903)
  • Das prophetische Schriftum (1905)
  • Geschichte der althebräischen Litteratur (1906)
  • Auf dem Wege zu Monotheismus (1910)
  • The Song of Solomon in New World, March issue (1894)


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