Dr. Christopher J. Probst

Dr. Christopher J. Probst was a Charles H. Revson Foundation Fellow in 20082009 and holds a Ph.D. in history from Royal Holloway, University of London, an M.A. cum laude in Biblical studies from Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, and a B.A. in liberal arts from Southeastern University in Lakeland, FL. For his Charles H. Revson Foundation Fellowship, Dr. Probst conducted research for his project, Confessing Church Attitudes toward Jews and Judaism in Wrttemberg, 1929-1950. Dr. Probst is the author of two journal articles that were forthcoming at the time of his tenure: An Incessant Army of Demons: Wolf Meyer-Erlach, Luther and the Jews in Nazi Germany, in Holocaust and Genocide Studies and a review of Alan E. Steinweiss Studying the Jew: Scholarly Antisemitism in Nazi Germany (Harvard University Press, 2006) in Patterns of Prejudice. He is the recipient of the St. Thrse of Lisieux Ph.D. Scholarship and a Research Studentship from Royal Holloway, University of London. Dr. Probst has given several presentations on his research, including Protestant Scholarship, Luther, and the Jews in Nazi Germany at Phillips-University in Marburg, Germany; Protestant Scholarship, Luther, and the Jews in Nazi Germany: The Case of Heinrich Bornkamm at the German Historical Institute in London; and Protestant Scholarship, Luther, and the Jews in Nazi Germany: The Case of Jena Theology Professor Wolf Meyer-Erlach at the Institute of Historical Research in London.

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Anti-Judaism and the Gospel of John

By: Dr. Christopher J. Probst

Volume 4, Number 29 (October 29, 2002, to November 6, 2002)

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Topics: Pauline Epistles

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