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Who killed Jesus? : exposing the roots of anti-semitism in the Gospel story of the death of Jesus

Auteur : John Dominic Crossan
Éditeur : [San Francisco] : HarperSanFrancisco, ©1995.
Édition/format :   Livre : Anglais : 1st edVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
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The death of Jesus is one of the most hotly debated questions in Christianity today. In his massive and highly publicized The Death of the Messiah, Raymond Brown - while clearly rejecting anti-Semitism - never questions the essential historicity of the passion stories. Yet it is these stories, in which the Jews decide Jesus' execution, that have fueled centuries of Christian anti-Semitism.
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Crossan, John Dominic.
Who killed Jesus?
[San Francisco] : HarperSanFrancisco, ©1995
(OCoLC)623254922
Personne nommée : Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ; Jésus-Christ; Jésus-Christ
Type d’ouvrage : Ressource Internet
Format : Livre, Ressource Internet
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : John Dominic Crossan
ISBN : 006061479X 9780060614799 0060614803 9780060614805 0060616717 9780060616717
Numéro OCLC : 31409853
Notes : The Mazal Holocaust Collection.
Description : xii, 238 pages ; 24 cm
Contenu : Prologue: History and Prophecy. History Remembered and Prophecy Historicized. Dependent and Independent Passion Stories. Anti-Judaism and Anti-Semitism --
Ch. 1. Crime. In the Territory of Antipas. Peasants in the Temple. Overturning the Tables --
Ch. 2. Arrest. Prophecies Old and New. A Kiss in Public. Suppliants on the Mount of Olives. Agony as Victory --
Ch. 3. Trial. In the Beginning Was Psalm 2. Bad Memory or Popular Creativity? Mark's Literary Fingerprints. From One to Two Trials. Other Versions, Other Purposes --
Ch. 4. Abuse. Scourging and Abuse. Jesus as Scapegoat. Following the Trail of the Reed --
Ch. 5. Execution. A Thief on Either Side. The Two Thieves as a Test Case. Casting Lots for His Garments. Gall and Vinegar to Drink. Pilate, the Crowd, and the Crucifixion --
Ch. 6. Burial. Burying the Crucified. Hope Is Not History. The Guards at the Tomb. The Women at the Tomb --
Ch. 7. Resurrection. According to the Scriptures. The Cross That Spoke.
Responsabilité : John Dominic Crossan.
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The death of Jesus is one of the most hotly debated questions in Christianity today. In his massive and highly publicized The Death of the Messiah, Raymond Brown - while clearly rejecting anti-Semitism - never questions the essential historicity of the passion stories. Yet it is these stories, in which the Jews decide Jesus' execution, that have fueled centuries of Christian anti-Semitism.

Now, in his most controversial book, John Dominic Crossan shows that this traditional understanding of the Gospels as historical fact is not only wrong but dangerous. Drawing on the best of biblical, anthropological, sociological, and historical research, he demonstrates definitively that it was the Roman government that tried and executed Jesus as a social agitator. Crossan also candidly addresses such key theological questions as "Did Jesus die for our sins?" and "Is our faith in vain if there was no bodily resurrection?" Ultimately, however, Crossan's radical reexamination shows that the belief that the Jews killed Jesus is an early Christian myth (directed against rival Jewish groups) that must be eradicated from authentic Christian faith.

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