The Journal of Higher Criticism was initiated in 1994 as a forthright attempt - in a time of scholarly neo-conservatism - to hark back to the bold historical hypotheses and critical interpretations associated with the great names of F. C. Baur and Tübingen. We presented articles dealing with historical, literary, and history-of-religion issues from the perspective of higher criticism. The Higher Critical Review, appearing in each issue of the Journal, featured detailed review essays on important new works relating to historical criticism. The Journal of Higher Criticism was published semi-annually, Spring and Fall. The Editor was Robert M. Price; The Associate Editor was Darrell J. Doughty. The final issue of the Journal (Volume 10, No. 2) appeared in fall, 2003.
|F. C. Baur says, "I've been waiting a long time to see
something like this appear again."
Read F. C. Baur on Historical Criticism
|W. C. Van Manen exclaims, "They thought what we did was
Read W. C. Van Manen on Radical Criticism
|Thomas Hardy moans, "I knew it would finally come to this!"
Read Thomas Hardy, On the "The Higher Criticism"
JHC Articles You Can Read Now,
plus classic articles by Baur, van Manen, and others.
Articles You Can Read Now
Higher Critical Review
Peter Kirby’s Early Christian Writings Site
Earl Doherty's "Was there a Historical Jesus?" Site (Great Site!)
Center for Marcionite Research
Hermann Detering's Radical Criticism Site (mostly in German)
Westar Institute Jesus Seminar
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