Johann Maier

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Noun1.Johann Maier - a German Roman Catholic theologian who was an indefatigable opponent of Martin Luther (1486-1543)
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In part 2, "Jewish Liturgical Prayer in Intertestamental and Rabbinical Times," Johann Maier discusses the prayer texts of Qumran and what may be inferred about the community's attitudes toward their shared lives, while Joseph Tabory and Ruth Langer, in their papers, provide a careful analysis of amadah (tefillah) before and after the destruction of the Second Temple.
Johann Maier, of the University of Cologne, in "Amalek in the Writings of Josephus," offers a midrashic study of Josephus, who consistently portrays the paradigmatic enemy of Israel as a people beyond the bounds of the Roman empire as he knew them.
Johann Maier proposes that the calendar in the "Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice" serves as the basis for four cycles, thereby covering the entire year (pp.