Who was Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg?

Who was Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg?

Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg (1802-1869) headed toward a theological career, Hengstenberg studied philology, philosophy, Old Testament exegesis, Arabic, and hurch history. In 1826 he became professor extraordinarius in theology Most English-speaking Protestants know little of Hengstenberg.

What is Hengstenberg’s Christology?

Download the e-Sword Module Installer Hengstenberg’s Christology reflects a classic Lutheran focus on finding Christ in every Bible Book. His defense of supernaturalism in miracles and prophecy makes his scholarship conservative.

How should evangelicals rely on Hengstenberg?

Although Sailhamer described well his proposed “Messianic” approach to the Old Testament, he spoke rather summarily of Hengstenberg, without documenting details from his Christology. Evangelicals should rediscover the contributions of earlier men like Hengstenberg. A book is without influence unless it is read. Commitment to Scholarship.

Why read Hengstenberg’s translations?

For many students of today, a glossing translation of other languages might be needed to follow the flow of thought. But Hengstenberg sought to quote accurately and interpret carefully the views of those with whom he was interacting, both rationalist and Jewish scholars. Commitment to Biblical Truth.