Hermann-Josef Stipp

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Hermann-Josef Stipp (born May 12, 1954 in Ingelheim am Rhein ) is a German Roman Catholic theologian .


From 1973 to 1979 Stipp studied Catholic theology , philosophy , Semitic languages ​​and education at the University of Mainz . He received his doctorate from the University of Tuebingen in Walter Gross Dr. theol. From 2000 to 2004, Stipp was professor of the Old Testament in the Catholic Theology Department at Mainz University. From 2004 until his retirement on October 1, 2018, Stipp taught as a professor for Old Testament theology at the Catholic Theological Faculty of the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich . Stipp is married and has three children.

Works (selection)

  • Elisha - prophets - men of God. The composition history of the Elisha cycle and related texts, reconstructed on the basis of text and literary criticism of 1 Kings 20.22 and 2 Kings 2-7 (work on text and language in the Old Testament 24), St. Ottilien 1987
  • Jeremiah in the party dispute. Studies on the development of the text of Jer 26, 36-43 and 45 as a contribution to the history of Jeremiah, his book and Judean parties in the 6th century (Bonner Biblical Contributions 82), Frankfurt am Main: Anton Hain 1992
  • The Masoretic and Alexandrian special property of the Book of Jeremiah. Text-historical rank, characteristics, driving forces (Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis 136), Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Freiburg Switzerland - Göttingen 1994.
  • Deuterojeremianische Concordance (Work on Text and Language in the Old Testament 63), St. Ottilien 1998
  • Jeremiah, the Temple, and the Aristocracy. The patrician (Shafanid) editing of the Book of Jeremiah (Small Works on the Old and New Testament 1) , Spenner, Waltrop 2000

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ University of Munich: Hermann-Josef Stipp
  2. ^ University of Munich: Publications by Hermann-Josef Stipp