ICYMI: Thinking About Bach’s Bible

ICYMI: Thinking About Bach’s Bible

Composer J.S. Bach’s personal, annotated Bible, housed in the Seminary’s Kristine Kay Hasse Memorial Library, was recently highlighted in two blog posts. A Get Religion blog post offered a thoughtful piece on how Bach’s personal three-volume study Bible, marked with his own notations, exemplified the importance of Lutheran doctrine in his life. A publisher in the Netherlands, the Uitgeverij Van Wijnen, also shared the story of Bach’s Bible and its journey to the Kristine Kay Hasse Memorial Library.

Direct links:

https://www.getreligion.org/getreligion/2021/3/17/thinking-about-js-bach-as-it-turns-out-its-hard-to-ignore-the-composers-views-on-scripture

https://www.bachbijbel.nl/english/the-history/

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