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The solution to the 'Son of man' problem

Author: Maurice Casey
Publisher: London : T & T Clark International, cop. 2007.
Series: Library of New Testament studies, 343.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Contains a chapter that surveys the history of scholarship regarding the problematic use of the phrase 'son of man' in the New Testament. This title includes a discussion of the transition process  Read more...


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Maurice Casey
ISBN: 0567030695 9780567030696 9780567030702 0567030709
OCLC Number: 783402599
Description: XIV, 359 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. The State of Play; 2. The Use of the Aramaic Term 'Son of Man'; 3. No Son of Man Concept; 4. Six Authentic Sayings; 5. The Healing of the Paralytic (Mark 2.1-12); 6. Jackals Have Holes (Matt. 8.19-20//Luke 9.57-8); 7. - The Son of Man in the Heavenly Court (Luke 12.8-9//Matt. 10.32-3; Mark 8.38); 8. Betrayed by a Kiss (Luke 22.48); 9. Jesus Predicts his Death and Resurrection; 10. Other Synoptic Sayings; 11. Translation and the Use of Scripture: From Sayings of Jesus to the Synoptic Evangelists; 12. The Johannine Sayings; 13. Conclusions; Endnotes; Bibliography.
Series Title: Library of New Testament studies, 343.
Responsibility: Maurice Casey.
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"'This impressive book brings to fruition Casey's work on the Son of Man problem over many years. It is learned, original and trenchant. It is sure to dominate the field.' Richard Bauckham, Professor Read more...

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