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Jesus and the Holy City New Testament Perspectives on Jerusalem

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ISBN-10: 0802842879

ISBN-13: 9780802842879

Edition: N/A

Authors: Peter W. Walker

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List price: $32.00
Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.144
Language: English

Acknowledgements
Introduction
Landscapes of Jerusalem
A New Teaching: Mark
The Temple
The Coming of the Lord
The Search for Fruit
A Portent of Destruction
The Destruction Predicted
The Temple's replacement
Conclusion
The City of Jerusalem
Jesus' Mysterious Identity
Jerusalem's Prophetic Future
Jerusalem after Jesus
Conclusion
Mark and Jerusalem
A New Zion: Matthew
The Temple
Positive References
Negative References
Jesus, the Presence of God
Conclusion
The City of Jerusalem
The 'City of the Great King'?
Jerusalem's Response to Jesus
Consequences and Causes
The Resolution
Judgement and Restoration
The End of the Exile
Jesus, the True Israel
The Mountain-motif
Conclusion
Matthew's Reflections: from Hope to Judgement
Matthew's Positive Hope
Matthew's Own Concern for Jerusalem
Judgement: from Conditional to Inevitable
Conclusion
Matthew's Situation
A New Era: Luke-Acts
The Temple in Luke-Acts
The Temple's Previous Status
The Challenge to the Temple: Jesus
The Challenge to the Temple: the Apostles, Stephen and Paul
Conclusion
Jerusalem in Luke's Gospel
Jerusalem, the Focus of Opposition
The Reasons for Jerusalem's Opposition
The City Exposed to Judgement
The Reasons for Judgement
The Final Oracle
Conclusion
Jerusalem in the Book of Acts
Source, but not Goal
A Source of Validation
The Place of the Spirit's Work
The City of Repeated Rejection
The City under Judgement
Luke and 'Restoration'
Luke's Conclusions
Luke's Situation
A New Centre: Paul
The Land
The Temple
The New Divine 'Dwelling'
The New Nature of Worship
The New 'Dividing-line'
Conclusion
The City of Jerusalem
Galatians 4
1 Thessalonians 2
Romans 11
Paul and the Jerusalem Church
The 'Collection'
Paul's Attitude to the Jerusalem Church
Paul in Jerusalem
A New Temple: John
The Temple
Jesus, a New Temple
The Future of the Temple
Jesus' Subsequent Involvement: Fulfilment and Eclipse
The Temple of Believers
Conclusion
The City of Jerusalem
The City's Previous Status
The City of his Own People
The City of the World
The City for the World
Conclusion
The Land of Palestine
The 'Promised Land'
The Places of the Incarnation
John and Jerusalem
Johannine Uncertainties
A Response to AD 70?
Conclusion
A New Calling: Hebrews
The Temple
Affirmation and Denial
Implications for the Jerusalem Temple
The Archic Use of [characters not reproducible]
The Future of the Jerusalem Temple
Conclusion
The Land
The True 'Rest'
The Patriarchs and the 'Promised Land'
A New Exodus, a New Moses
The City of Jerusalem
The 'City with Foundations'
The 'Heavenly Jerusalem'
'Outside the Camp'
Conclusion
The Crisis
The Audience's Situation
Date of Composition
Four Further Indications
Conclusion
A New City: Revelation
John and Judaism
The Temple
Its Previous Status
A New Perspective
The Final Vision
The 'Temple of God'
Conclusion
The City of Jerusalem
The New Jerusalem
The Fall of Jerusalem
The Millenium
Conclusion
John's Concerns
Jesus and the Church
A New Direction: Jesus and Jerusalem
Jesus the Prophet
Jesus the Critic
Jesus' Self-understanding
Jesus, Zion's True King
Jesus and the Temple
Jesus, the Agent of 'Restoration'
Conclusion
A New Theology: New Testament Reverberations
Restoration: From Politics to Mission
The Temple: From One to Another
Jerusalem: From the Earthly to the Heavenly
A New Significance: Towards a Biblical Theology
Afterword: Jerusalem in Christian Reflection
Abbreviations
Bibliography
Indexes