Jesus in History: An Approach to the Study of the Gospels / Edition 3by Howard Clark Kee
Pub. Date: 09/15/1995
Publisher: Cengage Learning
This text is a study of the historical Jesus. Specific literary sources are referenced - Roman and Jewish historians, the individual gospels, and other early Christian sources. See more details below
This text is a study of the historical Jesus. Specific literary sources are referenced - Roman and Jewish historians, the individual gospels, and other early Christian sources.
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Table of Contents
Preface. Introduction. 1. The Rise of Historical Methods for Analysis of the Evidence Concerning Jesus. 2. Jesus in Extra-biblical Sources. 3. Jesus as God's Eschatological Messenger: The Q Document. 4. Jesus as the Culmination of Apocalyptic History: The Gospel of Mark. 5. Jesus in the History of the Church: The Gospel of Matthew. 6. Jesus and the Church in the History of the World: The Gospel of Luke. 7. A Theological History of Jesus: The Gospel of John. 8. The Gospels in the History of the Early Church. Conclusion: Positive and Negative Results of the Search for Jesus in History. Appendix: A Classification System for the Synoptic Tradition.
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