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Rudolf Pesch was born on 2 September, 1936. Discover Rudolf Pesch's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 87 years old?

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From March 2010 Pesch lived with his wife with his daughter Friederike Wallbrecher in Rome. He was received in a private audience on 19 August 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI. He died on 13 January 2011 in Rome and is buried in Castel Gandolfo.


Il Vangelo del Natale, Brescia 2008, Queriniana, ISBN 978-88-399-2279-3

Simon Pietro : storia e importanza storica del primo discepolo di Gesù Cristo, 2008, Queriniana, ISBN 9788839908315


Antisemitismo nella Bibbia? : indagine sul Vangelo di Giovanni, 2007, Queriniana, ISBN 9788839908285


I fondamenti biblici del primato, 2002, Queriniana, ISBN 9788839907912


Il miracolo della moltiplicazione dei pani : c'è una soluzione per la fame nel mondo? 1997, Queriniana, ISBN 9788839915306


Über das Wunder der Brotvermehrung: Gibt es eine Lösung für den Hunger in der Welt?, Knecht, Frankfurt am Main, 1995, ISBN 3-7820-0718-2


Römerbrief (Die neue Echter-Bibel: Kommentar zum Neuen Testament mit der Einheitsübersetzung), 3. edition, Würzburg 1994 (1. edition 1983).


Tra Venerdì santo e Pasqua : la conversione dei discepoli di Gesù, 1993, Morcelliana, ISBN 9788837214708

Il processo a Gesù continua 1993, Queriniana, ISBN 9788839915047


Atti degli Apostoli, 1992, Cittadella, ISBN 9788830805088


La scoperta della più antica lettera di Paolo : Paolo rivisitato : le lettere alla comunità dei Tessalonicesi, 1987, Paideia, ISBN 9788839404039


In 1984, he renounced his chair at the University of Freiburg to get involved in the apostolic community, the then Integrated Community, of which he was a member since 1977. From 1984 to 2008 he committed to the establishment of the Academy for Faith and Form of the Catholic Integrated Community in Munich. From 2000 to 2002 he lived in Israel, where he was engaged in building up the "Beth Shalmon" in Motsa Illit near Jerusalem as a meeting place for Jews and Christians in the "Urfeld circle" and became a member of the "Ecumenical Theological Research Fraternity in Israel". From 2008 he taught together with other professors of the Catholic Integrated Community at the newly established "Chair for the Theology of the People of God" as part of the Institute of Pastoral Theology "Redemptor Hominis" at the Pontifical Lateran University.


Il vangelo di Marco Parte prima (Commentario Teologico del Nuovo Testamento), Brescia 1980, Paideia, ISBN 978-88-394-0169-4; Parte seconda (Commentario Teologico del Nuovo Testamento), Brescia 1982, Paideia, ISBN 978-88-394-0170-0


In 1970, he was the first married layman to be appointed Professor of Biblical Studies at the University of Frankfurt . Pesch was advisor to the Würzburg Synod from 1971 to 1975 for the implementation of the decisions of the Second Vatican Council. In 1980 he moved to the Department of New Testament and Literature at the University of Freiburg im Breisgau. In 1976 he was a visiting professor in the Theological Year of the Dormition in Jerusalem and at the University of San Francisco.


La visione di Stefano (Studi Biblici), Brescia 1969, Paideia, ISBN 978-88-39402-84-4


Rudolf Pesch studied history, German studies and theology at the University of Bonn and the University of Freiburg . In 1962 he passed his state examination. In 1963 he married Ingeborg van Meegen, with whom he had two children: Berthold (* 1964) and Friederike (* 1965). In 1964 he earned his first doctorate as Dr. phil in Freiburg with the work Die kirchlich-politische Presse der Katholiken in Deutschland vor 1848 (The ecclesiastical-political press of Catholics in Germany before 1848). In 1967 followed the promotion to Dr. theol. with the work Naherwartung. Tradition und Redaktion in Markus 13 (Imminant Expectation. Tradition and Redaction in Mark 13). After being scientific assistant at the Exegetical Seminar, New Testament Department at the University of Freiburg, he completed his habilitation in 1969 at the University of Innsbruck in the field of New Testament.


Rudolf Johannes Pesch (born September 2, 1936 in Bonn, † January 13, 2011 in Rome ) was a German Catholic theologian (New Testament scholar).