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Autor: Sigurd Grindheim
ISBN-13: 9780567600523
Einband: Taschenbuch
Seiten: 0
Gewicht: 408 g
Format: 234x156x15 mm
Sprache: Englisch
Erscheinungsdatum: 28.03.2013

God's Equal

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An examination of Jesus' claims in the Gospels to be God's equal, with reference to the historical Jesus.
Introduction God's Victorious Intervention: Jesus and the Kingdom of God Doing the Works of God: Jesus' Miracles God's Pardon: Jesus and Forgiveness Passing God's Judgment: Jesus as the Eschatological Judge Speaking with God's Authority: Jesus and the Law Issuing God's Call: Jesus' Relationship to His Disciples God's Epithets: Jesus' Metaphorical Self-Descriptions Jesus and Other Mediatory Figures in Second Temple Judaism The Unique Son of God: Subordinate and Equal Jesus as the Son of Man God's New Temple Conclusion
In this book Sigurd Grindheim argues that Jesus implicitly claimed to be God's equal and that his claim to be God's son must be understood in this light. The argument unfolds through analysis of the gospel accounts regarding Jesus' claims to inaugurate the Kingdom of God, his understanding of his miracles, his forgiveness of sins, his expectation to be the ultimate judge of all the world, his claim to speak with an authority that matches that of the Mosaic law, the absolute demands he made to his disciples, and his appropriation for himself of metaphors that in the Scriptures of Israel were exclusively used of YHWH. Furthermore Grindheim traces these claimes back to the Historical Jesus. Through a comprehensive examination of the primary sources, Grindheim argues that Jesus' claims go beyond the claims made on behalf of human and even angelic beings within Second Temple Judaism. Jesus presents himself in a role that in a Jewish context was reserved for YHWH.
Autor: Sigurd Grindheim
Sigurd Grindheim teaches New Testament at Fjellhaug International University College, Norway.

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Autor: Sigurd Grindheim
ISBN-13:: 9780567600523
ISBN: 0567600521
Erscheinungsjahr: 28.03.2013
Verlag: Bloomsbury Academic T&T Clark
Gewicht: 408g
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 234x156x15 mm