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Radical criticism is a movement around the late 19th century that, typically, denied authentic authorship of the Pauline epistles. This went beyond the higher criticism of the Tübingen school which (with the exception of Bruno Bauer) held that a core of at least four epistles had been written by Paul of Tarsus in the 1st century.

The Dutch Radical School

The Dutch school of radical criticism started in 1878 with a publication by Allard Pierson, who denied Pauline authorship of Galatians. He was fiercely attacked by his colleague A. D. Loman, but two years later also Loman abandoned the historicity of Paul. Similarly, W.C. van Manen, who had written a doctoral thesis defending the authenticity of 1 Thessalonians, wrote in 1889 that he had come to the same conclusions as Loman. Also the philosopher G. J. P. J. Bolland was a part of this movement.BOOK,weblink Arthur Drews, Dutch Radicalism, The Denial of the Historicity of Jesus in Past and Present (summary in English), 1926, With the death of Van Manen's student G. A. van den Bergh van Eysinga in 1957, this line of scholarship at Dutch universities came to an end.The name "Dutch Radicals" was coined by A. D. Loman, in an 1887 article reviewing Edwin Johnson ("Antiqua Mater: A Study of Christian Origins", 1887), saying that "the author is a radical like we seldom meet among theologians and hardly ever among English theologians". The RadikalKritik article on van Manen and the Dutch Radicals adds that "Van Manen later spoke of the 'radical' or the 'Dutch' school (1902). The 'radical' scholars did not want to be impeded by church canons and wanted to be free in their research of the New Testament and of the history of early Christianity. This research led them to the conclusion that we do not have any authentic Pauline epistles."The Dutch school also influenced Rudolf Steck in Switzerland, and Arthur Drews in Germany. However, the works of Adolf Harnack proved more influential, and radical criticism was almost forgotten until it was unearthed by the Journal of Higher Criticism in the United States.It is now richly documented in the RadikalKritik site managed by Dr. Hermann Detering, who is reviving the complete scholarship of Radical Criticism of the Dutch Radical School, with reviews of all its members and analyses of their works, including many articles in English.Hermann Detering's site also follows current controversies from the US, such as the criticisms raised about Bart Ehrman's recent publication of Did Jesus Exist? (2012), and about the series of articles published by R. Joseph Hoffmann on his blog The New Oxonian, called The Jesus Process: A Consultation on the Historical Jesus.

Reception

Members of the Radical Dutch School argued against the existence of Jesus, this caused controversy. Robert Van Voorst has written that "theirarguments were stoutly attacked in the Netherlands, especially by other scholars, but largely ignored out it."Van Voorst, Robert E. (2000). Jesus Outside the New Testament: An Introduction to the Ancient Evidence. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans. p. 10. {{ISBN|0-8028-4368-9}}

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