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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
From the Gospel to the Gospels : History, Theology and Impact of the Biblical Term 'Euangelion'.
Berlin : De Gruyter, ©2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|ISBN:||9783110300604 3110300605 1299276857 9781299276857|
|Notes:||6.3 Christological Titles and the Messianic Secret.|
|Description:||1 online resource (248 pages).|
|Contents:||1. The Problem; 1.1 The polysemy of the term "euangelion"; 1.2 The link between the oral and the literary gospel; 2. The Pre-Pauline Easter Gospel; 2.1 The Three Formulae; 2.1.1 Salvation from the "wrath of God"; 2.1.2 Death and resurrection; 2.1.3 Jesus Christ the Lord; 2.1.4 A survey of the formulae; 2.1.5 Conclusions; 2.2 The Gospel and Myth; 2.2.1 Apocalyptic myth; 2.2.2 Interpreting myth; 2.3 The Gospel and Christian Liturgy; 2.3.1 The death and resurrection of Jesus and baptism; 2.3.2 Baptism in the name of Jesus Christ as a new phenomenon; 2.4 The Resurrection. 2.4.1 Terminology and theology2.4.2 Resurrection and the Last Judgment; 2.4.3 Apocalyptic vision as a world concept; 2.4.4 Theological function of the apocalyptic imagery: Interpreting the resurrection I; 2.4.5 Shortcomings of the apocalyptic paradigm; 2.4.6 The Christian transformation of apocalyptic imagery; 2.4.7 A miracle? Interpreting the resurrection II; 2.4.8 Resurrection and testimony: Interpreting the resurrection III; 2.4.9 Revelation: Interpreting the resurrection IV; 2.5 Euangelion; 2.5.1 Lexical problems; 2.5.2 The noun "euangelion"; 2.5.3 Sequence in history. 2.5.4 The "doubled" eschatology3. The Gospel of Jesus; 3.1 Jesus proclaimed the gospel --
an early tradition; 3.2 The prophecy in Isa 61:1 ff. and the self-understanding of Jesus; 4. The Pauline Gospel; 4.1 EUANGELION in Pauline Theology; 4.1.1 Paul as seen by liberal researchers; 4.1.2 Paul as servant of the gospel; 4.1.3 The incarnation and death of Jesus as the basis of human hope; 4.2 Paul and the Jesus Traditions; 4.2.1 Was Paul reluctant to quote the words of Jesus?; 4.2.2 The reasons for Paul's reluctance; 4.2.3 The religious situation; 4.2.4 The problem of Christian prophecy. 4.2.5 The absence of narratives about Jesus in Paul4.2.6 An inner analogy between Paul and the narratives about Jesus; 4.3 Social Background; 4.4 "Good news" in Deutero-Pauline Texts; 4.4.1 The prospect; 5. The Survival of the Jesus Traditions before Mark; 5.0 The general character of the Jesus traditions; 5.1 Reconstruction in retrospect; 5.1.1 Jesus traditions that survived in the liturgy; 5.1.2 Transformations of the Jesus tradition before Mark; 5.2 Fragmentary Testimonies of Jesus Traditions outside of Mark; 5.2.1 The Synoptic tradition in the Apostolic Fathers and in the Gospel of Thomas. 5.2.2 Only a few traces of the narratives of Jesus in the Apostolic Fathers5.2.3 The Passion Story; 5.2.4 Mark and source Q; 5.2.5 Special Sources of Luke and Matthew; 5.2.6 The written texts; 6. The Gospel in the Gospel according to Mark; 6.1 A New Literary (Sub)Genre; 6.1.1 Biography; 6.1.2 Material and structuring: Editor or author?; 6.1.3 The literary structure; 6.1.4 The problem of the ending; 6.2 The Gospel (euangelion) as the Overarching Concept which Structures the Gospel of Mark; 6.2.1 Pauline influence; 6.2.2 The beginning and the ending of the Gospel.
|Series Title:||Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der älteren Kirche.|