psychiatric study of Jesus by Albert Schweitzer

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The Psychiatric Study of Jesus. Author's doctoral thesis attempts to refute arguments of several critics who claimed Jesus was a paranoiac. The first English translation of the author's M.D.

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The Psychiatric Study of Jesus was his doctoral thesis, first published in German in In this slim volume, Schweitzer critiques three psychiatric studies of Jesus which were then influential.

He points out problems with the authors' knowledge of the historical Jesus and with their medical understanding. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

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Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Author's doctoral thesis attempts to refute arguments /5.The Psychiatric Study of Jesus is not so much a study of anything, as it is a refutation of the theories of the aforementioned authors.

Schweitzer does a good job of summarizing their arguments and then systematically refuting each.5/5(2).

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