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From the Gospel to the Gospels : History, Theology and Impact of the Biblical Term 'Euangelion'

Author: Petr Pokorný
Publisher: Berlin : De Gruyter, 2013.
Series: Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der älteren Kirche.
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The monograph discusses the short formulae of the 'gospel' (euangelion) as the first reflected expressions of Christian faith. They adapted the apocalyptic expectations to express the Easter experience and shaped the earliest literary Gospel (Mark). This book analyzes Gospels as texts that (re- )introduced Jesus traditions into the Christian liturgy and literature. The last chapters are devoted to the origins of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Pokorný, Petr.
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: Petr Pokorný
ISBN: 9783110300604 3110300605 1299276857 9781299276857
OCLC Number: 829461978
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.

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The monograph discusses the short formulae of the 'gospel' (euangelion) as the first reflected expressions of Christian faith. They adapted the apocalyptic expectations to express the Easter experience and shaped the earliest literary Gospel (Mark). This book analyzes Gospels as texts that (re- )introduced Jesus traditions into the Christian liturgy and literature. The last chapters are devoted to the origins of the idea of Christian canon.

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