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Jesus from Judaism to Christianity [electronic resource] : continuum approaches to the historical Jesus / edited by Tom Holm�en.

Contributor(s): Holm�en, Tom.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Library of New Testament studies: 312.Publisher: London : T & T Clark, 2007Description: 1 online resource (xi, 179 p.).ISBN: 9780567615916 (electronic bk.); 056761591X (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Jesus Christ -- Jewishness | Jesus Christ -- History of doctrines | Religion | RELIGION -- Christian Theology -- Christology | Christologie | Jodendom | Christendom | Jesus Christus | Geschichtlichkeit | Dresden <2005> | Jesus | Continuum | Biblical studiesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Jesus from Judaism to Christianity.DDC classification: 232 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
An introduction to the continuum approach / Tom Holm�en -- Mamzerut and Jesus / Bruce Chilton -- Sexuality and the historical Jesus / William Loader -- How a woman who fought back and demanded her rights became an importunate widow : the transformations of a parable of Jesus / Annette Merz -- Son of Man as kingdom imagery : Jesus between corporate symbol and individual redeemer figure / Thomas Kazen -- Jesus and the 'servant' community in Zion : continuity in context / Sean Freyne -- Jesus and the priests of Israel / Edwin K. Broadhead -- The death of Jesus from a historical perspective / Ingo Broer.
Summary: One of the characteristic pursuits of the current phase of historical Jesus research, the so-called Third Quest, has been the serious attempt to locate Jesus within first-century CE Judaism, to seek a Jesus who could be found plausible within his Jewish context. Comparatively less emphasis has been laid on the question as to whether or how the contextually plausible picture of Jesus also suits and accounts for the�history of the reception of Jesus in early Christianity. By integrating the Jewish context, the teaching of Jesus and Christian reception history into one explanation, the conti.
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An introduction to the continuum approach / Tom Holm�en -- Mamzerut and Jesus / Bruce Chilton -- Sexuality and the historical Jesus / William Loader -- How a woman who fought back and demanded her rights became an importunate widow : the transformations of a parable of Jesus / Annette Merz -- Son of Man as kingdom imagery : Jesus between corporate symbol and individual redeemer figure / Thomas Kazen -- Jesus and the 'servant' community in Zion : continuity in context / Sean Freyne -- Jesus and the priests of Israel / Edwin K. Broadhead -- The death of Jesus from a historical perspective / Ingo Broer.

One of the characteristic pursuits of the current phase of historical Jesus research, the so-called Third Quest, has been the serious attempt to locate Jesus within first-century CE Judaism, to seek a Jesus who could be found plausible within his Jewish context. Comparatively less emphasis has been laid on the question as to whether or how the contextually plausible picture of Jesus also suits and accounts for the�history of the reception of Jesus in early Christianity. By integrating the Jewish context, the teaching of Jesus and Christian reception history into one explanation, the conti.

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