Winter semester 2022/2023

Summer semester 2022

Winter semester 2021/2022

Winter Term 2020/2021

Summer semester 2020

Winter semester 2019/20

  • Research semester

Summer semester 2019

Winter semester 2018/19

Summer semester 2018

Winter Term 2017/18

Summer term 2017

Winter semester 2016/17

Summer semester 2016

Winter semester 2015/16

  • Research semester

Summer term 2015

Winter semester 2014/15

Summer semester 2014

Winter Term 2013/14

Summer term 2013

Winter semester 2012/13

Summer semester 2012

Winter semester 2011/12

  • Research semester

Summer semester 2011

  • The Jesus narrative according to Mark
  • Exegesis as theological task
  • Hermeneutics of the miracle narratives
  • Central texts of the New Testament

Winter Term 2010/11

  • The Gospel of Matthew
  • The Soteriology of the Gospels

Summer term 2010

  • History of Israel and early Christianity
  • Narratological exegesis

Winter Term 2009/10

  • The Gospel of Luke
  • The Images of Jesus in the Synoptic Gospels

Summer term 2009

  • The Passion and Easter narratives of the Gospels
  • Main features of the history of Israel and early Christianity

Winter term 2008/09

  • Exam repetition
  • The Gospel of Mark

Summer term 2008

  • Environment and history of early Christianity
  • Miracle narratives in the NT

Winter Term 2007/08

  • Research semester

Summer term 2007

  • The Theology of the New Testament
  • Key Texts of the New Testament
  • Hermeneutics of the New Testament
  • Exam repetition New Testament

Winter term 2006/07

  • Introduction to exegetical methods
  • Exam colloquium New Testament
  • Christian community life in New Testament times
  • Ancient Jewish and early Christian literature

Summer term 2006

  • Introduction to exegetical methods
  • The wife of the exegete
  • Interpretations of the death of Jesus in the New Testament
  • The history of Christianity in the 1st and 2nd century
  • Living a Successful Life. Texts on ancient and early Christian ethics

Winter semester 2005/06

  • Introduction to exegetical methods
  • The state of historical Jesus research
  • The theological achievement of Paul
  • The New Testament writings in historical perspective

Summer term 2005

  • The theology of the New Testament
  • Parables in the New Testament
  • Introduction to exegetical methods
  • Presuppositions of thought in New Testament theologies

Winter term 2004/05

  • Introduction to the New Testament
  • Key texts of the New Testament
  • The origin of Easter faith
  • Approaches to the "Theology of the New Testament

Summer term 2004

  • The Gospel of Mark
  • The Anthropology of the Gospel of Luke
  • The images of Jesus in the first three Gospels
  • Miracle narratives in the New Testament