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Walter, U.S. internist, 1898–.
Bauer reaction
Bauer syndrome - aortitis and aortic endocarditis as a little recognized manifestation of rheumatoid arthritis.
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Aend, Walter Bauer, Le Ciel by Toni Morwald (Grand Hotel Wien), Edvard (Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna), Das Loft (SO/ Vienna), Pramerl & the Wolf, Shiki and Tian were each rated with a Michelin star in 2019.
Walter Bauer was born to a poor working-class family in Merseburg (Germany) in 1904; he died in 1976 in Toronto as a professor of German literature at U of T.
The presentation was made by Walter Bauer, manager of vehicle thermal management at Daimler AG, and Thomas Walker, manager of CAE custom tools worldwide engineering services at CD-adapco of New York.
"Byzantine Orthodoxies" may at first indicate a study similar to recent explorations of ancient "Christianities," especially in the wake of Walter Bauer, but this volume (while assuredly part of this scholarly debate) instead illuminates the manners in which Byzantine Orthodoxy found its expression through theology, rhetoric, politics, music, and art.
One felt his presence on an almost daily basis, through comments such as, "Harlan wrote the best series on this entity," or "Harlan did not think that this lesion should be called malignant," or "Harlan handled this problem in this way," or "I wonder how Harlan would have called this case." "Harlan, Harlan, Harlan ...," from Walter Bauer, from Malcolm McGavran, from Eugene Bricker, and--most of all--from Lauren Ackerman.
Following Walter Bauer's well-stated proposition (1934) that heresy preceded orthodoxy (and continued unofficially side by side thereafter), this series documents a side of Christianity obtained when one evaluates source materials from the viewpoint of so-called ordinary persons.
begins by tracing responsibility for the faulty theory to monographs by Walter Bauer (Rechtglaubigkeit und Ketzerei im altesten Christentum [1934]) and Joseph Newbould Sanders (The Fourth Gospel in the Early Church [1943]), after which the theory gained almost universal acceptance, despite Francois-Marie Braun's criticism (Jean le theologien et son evangile dans l'eglise ancienne [1959]).
King reviews the history of its study from the early church through Adolf von Harnack, the History of Religions School (Richard Reitzenstein, Wilhelm Boussett, and Rudolf Bultmann, who develop the Iranian Redeemed-Redeemer myth), the post-Bultmann reconsideration by Walter Bauer, Hans Jonas, and Carsten Colpe (who demonstrate the impossibility of the Gnostic myth), and the effects of the discovery of the Nag Hammadi texts in 1945.
Another recurrent issue is early doctrinal diversity considered along geographical lines, as per Walter Bauer's Orthodoxy and Heresy in the Earliest Christianity.
Finally, the Excursus on Diotrephes and the Presbyter: Walter Bauer's ground-breaking work of 1934 (arguing that in the primitive church 'heresy' was primary (`orthodoxy' secondary) `rescued 3 John from the shadowy status to which research had long relegated it'.
The most thorough literary analysis in this book is devoted to the works of four authors whose travels in Italy represent this search for synthesis: Walter Bauer, whose novel Die notwendige Reise (1932) provides the title of this book and yet remains curiously unconsidered, Gustav Rene Hocke, who went underground in Rome in 1943, and, with less emphasis, Eugen Gottlob Winkler and Rene Konig.
Following Walter Bauer, he understands the history of Egyptian Christianity as the struggle between a loosely structured local Christianity versus a more stringently organized "Western Christianity" (defined here as Christianity in the Asia Minor-Greece-Rome sphere of influence) (p.