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Author by : C. F. D. Moule Languange Used : en Release Date : 1978-08-17 Publisher by : Cambridge University Press ISBN : 0521293634 File Size : 52,8 Mb Total Download : 463
This book is about the processes by which Christians of the first century came to understand Jesus as they did. Some writers represent these as 'evolutionary', as though a merely human teacher came to be thought of as a divine figure (a new species, so to speak). Professor Moule suggests that 'development' is a preferable analogy, implying not the evolution of a new species of figure, but the development of understanding of what was there in Jesus from the beginning. The author re-examines four familiar characterizations of Jesus as 'the Son of Man', 'the Son of God', 'Christ' and 'Lord'; then
Author by : Martin Hengel Languange Used : en Release Date : 2007-02-01 Publisher by : Wipf and Stock Publishers ISBN : 9781556352300 File Size : 43,6 Mb Total Download : 535
This work significantly advances the critical discussion of New Testament Christology. Hengel examines the titles Son and God. He points toward an inner consistency and dynamic in the development of the doctrine of Christ in primitive Christianity as the movement proceeded from the Gospels' account of the death of Jesus to the high Christology present in the Pauline writings. Historical scholarship and theological -- one might even say dogmatic -- questions must not stand in unresolved contradiction. On the contrary, the historian misunderstands the nature of New Testament Christology if he do
Author by : James D. G. Dunn Languange Used : en Release Date : 2003 Publisher by : Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd ISBN : 0334029295 File Size : 44,5 Mb Total Download : 239
This text is designed for students and academics studying the doctrine of the incarnation. James Dunn clarifies in detail the beginnings of the belief in Christ as the Son of God and discusses the historical context of such beliefs. Exploring key titles and passages within the New Testament, he argues that the incarnation cannot simply be understood in terms of the "myth of heavenly or divine being come to earth", but should be grounded in the New Testament context of meaning.
Author by : Andrew Ter Ern Loke Languange Used : en Release Date : 2017-07-06 Publisher by : Cambridge University Press ISBN : 9781107199262 File Size : 49,8 Mb Total Download : 847
In recent years, there has been considerable debate concerning the origin of divine Christology. Nevertheless, the proposed theories are beset with problems, such as failing to address the evidence of widespread agreement among the earliest Christians concerning divine Christology, and the issues related to whether Jesus' intention was falsified. This book offers a new contribution by addressing these issues using transdisciplinary tools. It proposes that the earliest Christians regarded Jesus as divine because a sizeable group of them perceived that Jesus claimed and showed himself to be divi