Staufer, Ethelbert

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    <br><br>Ethelbert Staufer (German: Ethelbert Stauffer; May 8, 1902, Friedelsheim – August 1, 1979, Erlangen) – German Protestant theologian and historian of religion.<br>Biography<br>Originally from a Mennonite family. Grew up in Worms in 1921-1925. studied Protestant theology at the universities of Halle, Berlin and Tübingen. Then he served in various provincial churches. In 1929 he was invited by Ernst von Dobschütz to return to the University of Halle, in 1930 he defended his thesis and began his . From 1935 he taught the New Testament at the University of Bonn. He experienced certain in relations with the Nazi authorities, in 1943 he was removed from the post of dean, to which he returned briefly after the end of the Second World War. From 1948 he was engaged in research activities in . Retired since 1967.<br><br>A number of Staufer’s works were devoted to the study of the reflections of early Christianity in Roman sources. Among other things, he put forward the decoding of the „number of the beast“ 666 as an anagram of the name and title of the emperor Domitian. Staufer owns a detailed concept of Christian martyrdom as the development of the ideas of martyrdom in the name of God, which became widespread in Judaism in the 2nd-1st centuries. BC e. and reflected in such biblical subjects as the story of the seven holy martyrs of the Maccabees.<br><br>Ethelbert Staufer is the father of Dietrich Staufer, professor of theoretical physics at the University of Cologne.<br>

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