Christology in Context The Earliest Christian Response to Jesus

ISBN-10: 0664250106

ISBN-13: 9780664250102

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Book details

List price: $35.00
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
Publication date: 1/1/1988
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 280
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

Foreword
Preface and Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Introduction
Christology in Context
The Proper Approach to the Subject, and the Limitations of Our Knowledge
Methods to Be Employed
The Outline of This Book
The Earliest Material
Early Christology in the Letters of Paul
References to Early Christological Statements in 1 Thessalonians
References to Early Christological Statements in Galatians
References to Early Christological Statements in 1 Corinthians
One Further Case: Romans 1:3-4
Some Concluding Observations
The Gospel Material in Mark
The Beginning of the Gospel of Mark
Jesus the Messiah and the Son of God in Mark
Jesus as Preacher, Teacher, Healer, and Exorcist
Mark's Christology in Its Context
The Sayings of Jesus in Q
The Common Material in the Gospel of Matthew and the Gospel of Luke
Jesus and John the Baptist
Jesus and the Kingdom
Jesus as Son of Man
Jesus as the Envoy of Wisdom and as Son of God
Jesus, His Disciples, and Israel
Q's Christology in Its Context
Q and Mark
Q, Mark, and Paul
Continued Response to Jesus
The Christology of Matthew
Jesus as the Unique Teacher
Special Aspects of Matthew's View of Jesus
Note on the Christology of the Epistle of James
The Christology of Luke-Acts
Jesus' Ministry and That of the Apostles
Special Aspects of Luke's Views on Jesus
Ancient Elements in Acts?
The Christology of Paul
The Decisive Change in Paul's Life
Jesus Christ's Death, Resurrection, and Parousia, and Their Effects on the Believers
Jesus Christ and God Before Jesus' Mission on Earth
Documents of the Pauline School
2 Thessalonians
Colossians
Ephesians
The Pastoral Epistles
Other Letters and Revelation
The Epistle to the Hebrews
The First Epistle of Peter
Note on Jude and 2 Peter
The Revelation to John
The Christology of the Gospel and the Letters of John
The Johannine Point of View
The Situation of the Johannine Communities
The Christology of the Fourth Gospel
The Christology of 1 and 2 John
Terms and Concepts Applied in the Response to Jesus
Jesus as Herald of a New Age
"To Bring the Good News" and "The Kingdom of God"
Jewish Charismatics
Jewish Prophets
Popular Prophetic Movements
Royal Pretenders
Jesus the Messiah
Jesus the Son of God
Jesus the Son of Man
Jesus' Death, Resurrection, and Exaltation
Jesus as Final Envoy of God, Rejected by Israel
Jesus and the Tradition of God's Suffering Servants
Jesus, the Man Who Died for Others
Jesus, the Lord
Jesus' Status After His Death, and Psalm 110:1
Jesus Christ and God Before Jesus' Mission on Earth
Jesus as the Unique Envoy Sent from Above
Jesus as Wisdom and Word of God
The Very Beginning
The One with Whom It All Began
The Earliest Response to Jesus
Jesus and the Kingdom of God
Jesus' Death on the Cross
Epilogue
Notes
Bibliography
Subject Index
Index of References
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