Zur Entstehung der Vorstellung von Stellvertretenden Suhnetod Jesu

ISBN-10: 155635231X
ISBN-13: 9781556352317
Edition: 2007
Authors: Martin Hengel
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List price: $18.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Publication date: 2/1/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 132
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.330
Language: English

In the wake of suggestions that the doctrine of the atoning death of Christ did not come into being in the earliest stages of Christianity, Martin Hengel forcefully argues with impeccable scholarship that the doctrine can be traced back to the earliest church, indeed to the sayings of Jesus himself.In the first part of this examination, Hengel explores a wide area of classical antiquity. Would it have made sense to Greeks and Romans of the first century to say that Jesus had died for them? Were there points of contact in their traditions? Surveying Greek and Latin literature, Hengel shows just how widespread the theme dying for actually was, from Homer, through the Greek tragedians and orators, to Plutarch, Livy, and Caesar. The second part of the book is devoted to tracing the doctrine of atonement, moving back from the letters of Paul, through the pre-Pauline tradition, to Jesus.

Abbreviations
Introduction
Preliminary Questions
The problem
The apotheosis of the dying hero
Dying for the city and for friends
Dying for the law and for truth
Atoning sacrifice
The atoning death of Christ and the Graeco-Roman world
The Origin of the Soteriological Interpretation of the Death of Jesus
Pauline formulae and pre-Pauline tradition
The crucified Messiah
The atoning death of Jesus in the earliest community
Historical and traditio-historical objections
The origin of the message of the atoning death of the Messiah Jesus
Notes
Bibliography
Index of Biblical References
Index of Ancient Authors
Index of Modern Scholars

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