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In this volume the noted scholar Ben Witherington, III discusses in chronological order the New Testament evidence of what the historical Jesus did, what he said, and what those around him believed. Jesus was a complex figure and, like light shining through a prism, reflections on the man who fits no one formula have produced a variety of colors and depths of shade that cannot and should not be all blended into some monochromatic image.
|Introduction: Finding a Path through the Maze||p. 1|
|Great Expectations? The Story of Early Jewish Messianism||p. 11|
|The Christology of Jesus||p. 24|
|The Worship of the Lord: Pre-Pauline Christology||p. 73|
|Christ Crucified: Pauline Christology||p. 103|
|Seeing with One Eye: The Synoptic Christologies||p. 127|
|Lord and Savior: The Christology of Luke-Acts||p. 153|
|The First and Last Word: The Christology of the Johannine Corpus||p. 169|
|The Suffering Servant and His Journey through the Heavens: The Christologies of the General Epistles||p. 201|
|Summing Up and Moving On||p. 225|
|Index of Ancient Sources||p. 257|
|Index of Modern Authors||p. 264|
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Series: Companions to the New Testament
Number Of Pages: 272
Published: 1st June 1998
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.8 x 15.2 x 1.9
Weight (kg): 0.46