The Historical Jesus and the Final Judgment Sayings in Q

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Mohr Siebeck, 2006 - 346 páginas
Brian Gregg's study establishes the authenticity of ten of the twelve finaljudgment sayings in Q, thereby demonstrating that the final judgment was an important component of the message of the historical Jesus. He proceeds to identify the characteristics of the final judgment as propounded by thehistorical Jesus, comparing them to the characteristics of the final judgmenttexts of the late Second Temple period. The study not only contributes to ourunderstanding of the historical Jesus, but it also demands that the potentialhistoricity of all of Q's source material be taken seriously, including thoseelements often assigned to a secondary redactional layer.
 

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Table of Contents ixxiii
1
The Final Judgment in Late Second Temple Judaism
35
Community Rules
53
4749 Everyone Who Hears My Words and Acts on Them
79
1012 If They Do Not Receive You
92
1315 Woe to You Chorazin Woe to You Bethsaida
111
3132 The Queen of the South Will Rise
130
45 Do Not Fear
146
29 28 Many Will Come from East and West
221
12 Snares Are Sure to Come
237
2630 As It Was in the Days of Noah
252
33 Whoever Wants to Save His Life
259
Conclusions
269
Appendix
279
Bibliography
291
Index of Ancient Sources
314

89 Everyone Who Confesses
161
10 Whoever Speaks a Word Against
191
4246 Who Is the Faithful and Wise Slave
209

Términos y frases comunes

Sobre el autor (2006)

Brian Gregg, Born 1974; 1996 B.A. University of California, Berkeley; 2000 M.Div. Fuller Theological Seminary; 2005 Ph.D. University of Notre Dame; currently Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at the University of Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

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