See also:Protestant theologian, was
See also:born at
See also:Stuttgart on the 17th of
See also:December 1825 . His
See also:father, Johann Christian
See also:Keim, was headmaster of a gymnasium . Here Karl Theodor received his early
See also:education, and then proceeded to the Stuttgart Obergymnasium . In 1843 he went to the university of
See also:Tubingen, where he studied philosophy under J . F . Reiff, a follower of Hegel, and
See also:languages under Heinrich Ewald and Heinrich Meier . F . C . Baur, the
See also:leader of the new Tubingen school, was lecturing on the New Testament and on the
See also:history of the
See also:church and of
See also:dogma, and by him in particular Keim was greatly impressed . The
See also:special bent of Keim's mind is seen in his prize
See also:essay, Verhaltniss der Christen in den ersten drei Jahrhunderten bis Konstantin zum romischen Reiche (1847) . His first published
See also:work was Die Reformation der Reichstadt
See also:Ulm (1851) . In 185o he visited the university of
See also:Bonn, where he attended some of the lectures of
See also:Friedrich Bleek,
See also:Rothe, C .
M .Arndt and Isaak
See also:Dorner . He taught at Tubingen from
See also:June 1851 until 1856, when, having become a pastor, he was made deacon at
See also:Wurttemberg . In_ 1859 he was appointed archdeacon; but a few months later he was called to the university of Zurich as
See also:professor of
See also:theology (18J9—1873), where he produced his important
See also:works . Before this he had written on church history (e.g . Schwdbische Reformationsgeschichte bis zum Augsburger Reichstag, 1855) . His inaugural address at Zurich on the human development of Jesus, Die menschliche Entwicklung Jesu Christi (1861), and his Die 'geschichtliche Wiirde Jesu (1864) were preparatory to his chief work, Die Geschichte Jesu von Nazara in direr Verkettung mit dem Gesamtleben seines Volkes (3 vols., 1867—1872; Eng. trans., Jesus of
See also:Nazareth, and the
See also:Life of
See also:Israel, 6 vols.), 1873—1882 . In 1873 Keim was appointed professor of theology at
See also:Giessen . This
See also:post he resigned, through
See also:health, shortly before his
See also:death on the 17th of
See also:November 1878 . He belonged to the "
See also:mediation " school of theology . Chief works, besides the above: Ref ornzationsbldtter der 'Reichsstadt Esslingen (1860) ; Ambrosius Blarer, der Schwdbische Reformator (1860); Der Ubertritt Konstantins d . Gr. zum Christenthum (1862); his sermons, Freundesworte zur Gemeinde (2 vols., 1861–1862) ; and
See also:Celsus' wahres Wort (1873) .
In 1881 H . Ziegler published one of Keim's earliest works, Rom and das Christenthum, with a
See also:sketch . See also Ziegler's article in Herzog-Hauck, Realencyklopadie .
KEIGHLEY (locally KEITHLEY)
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