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How did the first Christians interpret the death of Christ? This volume sets out to construct some of the Jewish and Greco-Roman patterns of thought which were initially utilised to express the meaning of the crucifixion.
Dieter Lührmann, known for his studies on the canonical gospels, has also done pioneering work on the apocryohal gospels. The present volume contains studies on some new fragments, e.g. the gospel of Thomas, as well as essays on the process of canonization.
Ismo Dunderberg, Christopher Tuckett and Kari Syreeni
This collection consists of 22 essays on New Testament, early Christianity, and biblical interpretation. The essays bear especially upon issues related to early Christian diversity and conflicts and to their challenge for biblical interpretation.
by Peter Landesmann
It has been proved that theological essays written in the time when those images have been created influenced the iconography. The same influence has been traced in historic events of the relevant times.
Gerbern S. Oegema
This study examines Colossians as a pseudepigraphic letter and his literary, oral, and tradition historical interdependencies to Paul. Colossians is designed so as to assure readers of the apostle's ongoing aid and to interpret the theological significance of his death.
Edited by / herausgegeben von Cilliers Breytenbach, Humboldt-Univerität zu Berlin & Jörg Frey, Universität Zürich
Refering to Hengel/Schwemer, Hurtado and their view of Early Christianity, the Reflections on Early Christian History of Religion document a scholarly discussion of problems and possibilities of studying and presenting Christian religion in Roman Antiquity. Mit Bezug auf Hengel und Schwemer, ...
herausgegeben von Sebastian Fuhrmann, Westfälische Wilhelms-Univertät Münster und Regina Grundmann, Westfälische Wilhelms-Univertät Münster
Voluntary death plays a central role in various discourses of the Hebrew Bible, Second Temple Period Judaism, Early Christianity and its pagan environment, Rabbinic Judaism as well as in Islam. The established concepts of martyrdom are challenged. Das freiwillige Sterben spielt eine zentrale ...
With a broad basis in the ancient sources, this work demonstrates the influence in Philippi of the Roman environment on the self-understanding of the earliest congregation there. The Philippean Jesus-believers, on account of their supporting the apostle Paul, clashed with the Roman authorities ...
Edited by Sigfred Pedersen
The papers collected in this volume address a series of fundamental issues within the current debate on Biblical Theology. They deal with such topics as the biblical concept of revelation, the theology of creation, and the interpretation of the Old Testament in New Testament writings.
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