Gelitten - Gestorben - Auferstanden: Passions- und Ostertraditionen im antiken Christentum

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English summary: Jesus' passion and resurrection are at the core of the Christian faith and message. The oldest witnesses to this data can be found in the New Testament. However, stories about Jesus' suffering, his crucifixion and his resurrection were retold and interpreted in manifold ways in later Christian circles as well. This collection of essays gives an overview of the development(s) of texts, motifs and ideas regarding Jesus' passion and resurrection in different ancient Christian groups. The articles ...

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Overview

English summary: Jesus' passion and resurrection are at the core of the Christian faith and message. The oldest witnesses to this data can be found in the New Testament. However, stories about Jesus' suffering, his crucifixion and his resurrection were retold and interpreted in manifold ways in later Christian circles as well. This collection of essays gives an overview of the development(s) of texts, motifs and ideas regarding Jesus' passion and resurrection in different ancient Christian groups. The articles focus on patristic interpretations of certain key texts, important Christian apocrypha and even iconographic witnesses. German description: Passion und Auferstehung Jesu von Nazaret gehoren zu den entscheidenden Grunddaten des christlichen Glaubens. Die altesten Zeugnisse dafur finden sich bekanntlich im Neuen Testament. Wie bedeutsam sie aber fur Christen verschiedenster Richtungen und Pragungen waren, zeigt sich auch darin, dass sie auch spater in unterschiedlichsten historischen Kontexten neu erzahlt und ausgelegt wurden. Der vorliegende Band bietet beispielhaft Einblick in die wichtigsten Richtungen der Entwicklung von Texten, Motiven, Vorstellungen und Ideen im Zusammenhang mit Passion und Auferstehung Jesu von Nazaret in verschiedenen Gruppen und Richtungen des antiken Christentums. Untersucht werden dabei Auslegungen des Neuen Testaments bei bedeutenden Autoren der Alten Kirche, wichtige apokryphe Texte, aber auch bisher wenig beachtete ikonographische Zeugnisse.

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Andreas Merkt, ist Ordinarius fur Historische Theologie (Alte Kirchengeschichte und Patristik) an der Universitat Regensburg.Tobias Nicklas, Born 1967; since 2007 Professor for Exegesis und Hermeneutics of the New Testament at the University of Regensburg.Joseph Verheyden, is Professor of New Testament at the Catholic University of Leuven.

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Table of Contents

Istvan Czachesz: Passion and Martyrdom Traditions in the Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles - Derek S. Dodson: Dream Magic: The Dream of Pilate's Wife and the Accusation of Magic in the Acts of Pilate - Jutta Dresken-Weiland: Passionsdarstellungen in der fruhchristlichen Kunst - Paul Foster: Passion Traditions in the Gospel of Peter - Christiane Furrer: La Passion dans les Acta Pilati - Peter Gemeinhardt: Tota paradisi clauis tuus sanguis est. Die Blutzeugen und ihre Auferstehung in der fruhchristlichen Martyrerliteratur - Judith Hartenstein: Geschichten von der Erscheinung des Auferstandenen in nichtkanonischen Schriften und die Entwicklung der Ostertradition - Cornelia B. Horn: Qur'anic Perspectives on Jesus' Death and the Apocryphal Acts of John - Thomas R. Karmann: Wahrlich, es ist Gottes Sohn, der geboren wurde aus der Jungfrau a. Passions- und Ostermotive in der Dormitio Mariae des Ps-Johannes - Petri Luomanen: Passion and Resurrection Traditions in Early Jewish-Christian Gospels - Antti Marjanen: Does the Gospel of Judas Rehabilitate Judas Iscariot? - Martin Meiser: Jesus' Suffering and Ethics: Patristic Exegesis Reconsidered - Andreas Merkt: Checks and Balances. Is Christ's Passion an Exemplum Only? Patristic Interpretation of 1 Peter 2:21 - Patricio de Navascues: Eine vergessene Textform von Apg 1,2 - Tobias Nicklas: Leid, Kreuz und Kreuzesnachfolge bei Ignatius von Antiochien - Jean-Michel Roessli: The Passion Narrative in the Sibylline Oracles - Riemer Roukema: Origen's Interpretation of 1 Corinthians 15 - Janet E. Spittler: Animal Resurrection in the Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles

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