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Author de Boer, Martinus C
Title From Jesus to John : Essays on Jesus and New Testament Christology in Honour of Marinus de Jonge
Imprint London : Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 1993
©1993
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Series The Library of New Testament Studies ; v.84
The Library of New Testament Studies
Note Cover -- Editorial Board -- Title -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Abbreviations -- List of Contributors -- H.J. DEJONGE The Historical Jesus' View of Himself and of his Mission -- WAYNE A. MEEKS Asking Back to Jesus' Identity -- DIETER LUHRMANN Marinus de Jonge's Shaffer Lectures: Where Does Jesus Research now Stand? -- JOHN J. COLLINS The Son Of God Text from Qumran -- GEORGE J. BROOKE 4QTestament of Levid(?) and the Messianic Servant High Priest -- JAN WILLEM VAN HENTEN The Tradition-Historical Background of Rom. 3.25: A Search for Pagan and Jewish Parallels -- J. LOUIS MARTYN On Hearing the Gospel both in the Silence of the Tradition and in its Eloquence -- JAMES D.G. DUNN How Controversial was Paul's Christology? -- E. EARLE ELLIS Xpiaxog in 1 Corinthians 10.4, 9 -- J. CHRISHAAN BEKER The Christologies and Anthropologies of Paul, Luke-Acts and Marcion -- GRAHAM N . STANTON The Two Parousias of Christ: Justin Martyr and Matthew -- CHRISTOPHER M. TUCKETT The Son of Man in Q -- MORNA D. HOOKER 'Beginning with Moses and from all the Prophets' -- DAVID R. CATCHPOLE The Anointed One in Nazareth -- D. MOODY SMITH Historical Issues and the Problem of John and the Synoptics -- PEDER BORGEN John 6: Tradition, Interpretation and Composition -- MAARTEN JJ. MENKEN The Christology of the Fourth Gospel: A Survey of Recent Research -- LEANDER E. KECK Toward the Renewal of New Testament Christology -- Index of References -- Index of Authors
Marinus de Jonge was Professor of New Testament and Early Christian Literature at Leiden from 1966 to 1991. A former president of Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas, the International Society of New Testament scholars, he is best known for his work on the 'Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs' and on the Gospel and Epistles of John. More recently his work on Jesus and early Christology has received critical acclaim: 'Christology in Context. The Earliest Christian Response to Jesus' (1988) and 'Jesus: The Servant-Messiah' (1991). This volume of essays in his honour from a team of international scholars and admirers (from Holland, Great Britain, the United States, Norway and Germany) recognizes his singular and provocative contributions to our understanding of Jesus and New Testament Christology. The essays cover such topics as Jesus' self-understanding, the christological ascriptions of his earliest disciples and followers, the background to New Testament Christology in Judaism, the Christology of Paul, and the Christology of the Gospels, especially John. Together these essays constitute a significant contribution to the discussion about Jesus and the Christology of the earliest Christians
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: de Boer, Martinus C. From Jesus to John : Essays on Jesus and New Testament Christology in Honour of Marinus de Jonge London : Bloomsbury Publishing Plc,c1993 9781850754220
Subject Jesus Christ -- History of doctrines -- Early church, ca. 30-600.;Bible. -- New Testament -- Criticism, interpretation, etc
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