Hans Wilhelm Frei was a biblical scholar and theologian who is best known for work on biblical hermeneutics. Frei’s work played a major role in the development of postliberal theology. His best-known and most influential work is his 1974 book, The Eclipse of Biblical Narrative, which examined the history of eighteenth- and nineteenth century biblical hermeneutics in England and Germany. Frei spent much of his career teaching at Yale Divinity School.
About Hans Wilhelm Frei
Remembered for his work on the subject of Biblical Hermeneutics and his novel The Eclipse of Biblical Narrative from 1974.
He obtained his B.S. from North Carolina State University where he studied Textile Engineering after viewing an advertisement for it in the newspaper.
He became an ordained Baptist Minister in 1945.
He was born in Breslau, Germany.
He taught at Yale University where world leader Mario Monti once attended.
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