Rudolf Martin Meelführer

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Rudolf Martin Meelführer (1670–1729) was a German Hebraist. He was a student of Wagenseil at the University of Altdorf, and followed his teacher in study of the depiction of Christianity in the Talmud. He taught at Altdorf and then was adjunct in philosophy at Wittenberg.[1]

His 1699 dissertation Jesus in Talmude (“Jesus in the Talmud”) was the first study fully devoted to the subject.[2][3][4]

Works[edit]

  • Consensus veterum Hebraeorum cum ecclesia Christiana ex vetustissimis eorum 1701

References[edit]

  1. ^ Christen und Juden heute, und die "Judenmission"?: Geschichte und ... Paul Gerhard Aring - 1987 "Martin Rudolf Meelführer veröffentlichte 1701 in Leipzig eine Schrift über den „Consensus Veterum Hebraeorum cum Ecclesia Christiana ex eorum monumentis et ex historia ecclesiastica demonstratus" (51),"
  2. ^ Peter Schafer Jesus in the Talmud Page 4 - 2009 "1699 dissertation, submitted at the University of Altdorf by the Protestant Orientalist Rudolf Martin Meelführer, Jesus in Talmude (“Jesus in the Talmud”).8 Unlike Wagenseil, who was highly influential and "
  3. ^ Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Bonnensis: proceedings of the Twelfth ...: Volume 2003 Rhoda Schnur, Perrine Galand-Hallyn - 2006 "Rudolf Martin Meelführer (1670-1729), a prominent authority on rabbinic and talmudic literature, active as teacher in Altdorf and Wittenberg; I have mainly employed the following treatises of his: Consensus veterum Hebraeorum cum ecclesia Christiana ex vetustissimis eorum"
  4. ^ Die evangelische Christenheit und die Juden unter dem ... Johann F. A. de Le Roi - 1884 "Ein klares Urtheil zeichnet die Schriften des Nürnberger Martin Rudolf Meelführer aus, von welchem Wagenseil recht Gutes erwartete. ... Als Adjunkt der Philosophie in Wittenberg schrieb er einen Consensus veterum Hebraeorum cum ..."