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The disciples' Jesus : christology as reconciling practice

Author: Terrence W Tilley
Publisher: Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, ©2008.
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Named Person: Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ.
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Terrence W Tilley
ISBN: 9781570757969 1570757968
OCLC Number: 226308116
Description: xiv, 302 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Approach --
Why another christology? --
Constructing christology --
The focus --
The christological question --
The vision --
The place of christology --
Orientation --
Jesus as first among equals --
Remembering the historic Jesus --
God's saving agent --
Recognitions and interrogations --
Beginning christology at the right place --
Confessing Jesus as Ho Christos : Peter at Caesarea Philippi --
The origin of the story --
Portraying confusion --
Performing the Caesarea Philippi story --
The story of Christ and his disciples --
Confessing Jesus as Ho Christos : Martha and Mary at Bethany --
The encounter at Bethany --
The Supper at Bethany --
John and the Synoptics --
The wisdom of Christian practices at Philippi --
Hymns to Jesus --
Paul's use of the hymn --
Discipleship and christology --
The interrogation by the disciples of John the Baptist at Naim --
God's reign in practice --
Remembering the politics of the Jesus-Movement --
Polity and practice --
Jesus' mission and the disciples' missions --
Exorcising and healing --
Remembering Jesus' healing as reconciling --
The Jesus-movement as healing and reconciling --
Healing today? --
Teaching --
The parable of the traveler in the ditch --
The aphorisms --
Forgiving as a reconciling practice --
Practicing forgiveness --
Forgiveness and the reconciled life --
Keeping and rejoicing in table fellowship --
The controversial practice of inclusive table fellowship --
Parables about banqueting --
The Last Supper --
Hospitality as a reconciling practice --
The form and function of doctrine --
The CDF and Sobrino --
Doctrine as rules --
The heart of christological doctrine : truly human, truly divine --
Beginning with Chalcedon --
Divine nature, human nature : the problem --
Divine nature, human nature : toward a solution of the problem --
Discerning God's will --
The heart of discipleship : a christology of reconciling practice --
Reconciling practice --
Incarnating atonement --
Resurrection, reconciliation, and mission.
Responsibility: Terrence W. Tilley.
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