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Jesus And His World

Author : Craig A. Evans
ISBN : 9780664239329
Genre : Religion
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A world-renowned scholar explores the latest archaeological evidence about the historical Jesus and His world. -- Book Cover.
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Jesus Paul And The End Of The World

Author : Ben Witherington III
ISBN : 083081759X
Genre : Religion
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Ben Witherington III offers a comparison and a critical assessment of the end times teachings of Jesus and Paul.
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Jesus S Sermon On The Mount And His Confrontation With The World

Author : D. A. Carson
ISBN : 9781493415328
Genre : Religion
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In his explanation of Jesus's teaching in Matthew 5-10, D. A. Carson clearly presents the call for every believer to live a pure life. He offers pastors and lay readers rich insights and practical life application from the Sermon on the Mount.
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The World Of Jesus And The Early Church

Author : Craig A. Evans
ISBN : 9781598568257
Genre : Religion
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Prominent scholars in the fields of Archaeology, New Testament Studies, and the Dead Sea Scrolls have come together in "The World of Jesus and the Early Church" to focus on early Jewish and Christian communities of faith and their impact on the collections of texts that were their scriptures (and would become, in due time, part of their various canons). Professors, students, and pastors who are interested in how these communities lived--how they developed, what they believed, and how they regarded and preserved the written documents that were their scripture--will be interested in this comprehensive volume drawn from presentations made to key conferences on the subject. This book's emphasis on a variety of communities of faith (not just Christian) and their early (and critical) influence on the development of religious canonical materials sets it apart from others on New Testament-period culture.
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The Social World Of Jesus And The Gospels

Author : Bruce J. Malina
ISBN : 9781134757640
Genre : History
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In order to interpret historical writings, the reader must not employ their modern understanding of the world, but must strive to grasp the mindset of the original audience. To assist the twentieth-century New Testament reader in understanding the literal meaning of the New Testament is the goal of this collection of essays. The Social World of Jesus and the Gospels provides the reader with a set of possible scenarios for reading the New Testament: How did first-century persons think about themselves and others? Did they think Jesus was a charismatic leader? Why did they call God 'father'? Were they concerned with their gender roles? The eight essays in this collection were previously published in books and journals generally not available to many readers. Carefully selected and edited, this collection will be both an introduction and an invaluable source of reference to Bruce Malina's thought.
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Jesus Christ And The World Of The New Testament

Author : Richard Neitzel Holzapfel
ISBN : 1590384423
Genre : Religion
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This important reference for any home library is the perfect guide to New Testament culture, language, history, and teachings. Jesus Christ and the World of the New Testament is richly illustrated with hundreds of images, including original artwork, artifacts, maps, and timelines. Uncover the origins of the books of the New Testament and learn how stories of Christs life and teachings were preserved after His death. Explore the relationships between Greek, Roman, and Jewish culture that explain much about how the gospel was shared and recorded. Examine scriptural issues that have been debated by scholars throughout the ages. Nearly 300 topics provide valuable context to understanding New Testament times, from the role of women and families, to portraits of key personalities, to controversial legends that have persisted to our day. This unique resource is sure to enrich New Testament studies as never before!
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The Cross In Our Context

Author : Douglas John Hall
ISBN : 1451407165
Genre : Religion
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In this small gem of theological reflection, North America's foremost "theologian of the cross" offers a profound and compelling contemplation on the relevance of the church's most fundamental confession. Hall ponders what confessing Jesus as crucified means in today's context, one that is postmodern, pluralistic, multicultural, and in some respects post-Christian. A digest of his monumental trilogy, this book lays out in brief compass the heart of Hall's theology of the cross, contrasting it sharply with the theology of established Christianity, showing how it reframes classical Christology and soteriology, and drawing the implications for what it means to be human, for Christian ethics, and for the church.
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Windows On The World Of Jesus

Author : Bruce J. Malina
ISBN : 0664254578
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"Malina has written an exceptionally clear, accessible and student-friendly introduction to the cultural world of Jesus and his disciples. The windows or scenarios of typical cultural scenes cover the basic range of values and behaviors characteristic of the different cultural world of the Bible".--Jerome H. Neyrey, author of 2 Peter, Jude.
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