˜Theœ grammar of Messianism an ancient Jewish political idiom and its users (Book, 2019) [WorldCat.org]
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˜Theœ grammar of Messianism an ancient Jewish political idiom and its users

Author: Matthew V Novenson
Publisher: New York Oxford University Press ©2017 [2019]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First issued as an Oxford University Press papaerback, 2019View all editions and formats
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In this book, Novenson gives a revisionist account of messianism in antiquity. He shows that, for the ancient Jews and Christians who used the term, a messiah was not an article of faith but a manner  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew V Novenson
ISBN: 9780190053215 0190053216 9780190255022 0190255021 9780190255039 019025503X 9780190255046 0190255048
OCLC Number: 1153929900
Notes: Originally published: 2017
Literaturverzeichnis Seite [277] - 326
Description: xvi, 361 Seiten
Contents: AcknowledgementsAbbreviations1. After the Messianic Idea2. Oil and Power in Ancient Israel3. Messiahs Born and Made4. Messiahs Present and Absent5. The Quest for the First Messiah6. The Jewish Messiah-Christian Messiah Distinction 7. The Fate of Messiah Christology in Early Christianity8. The Grammar of MessianismBibliographyIndex of SubjectsIndex of Ancient SourcesIndex of Modern Authors
Responsibility: Matthew V. Novenson

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Novenson surveys and successfully disrupts the discourse about messianism, and his fresh approach suggests new directions for scholarly inquiry on the messianic idea by utilizing methods and Read more...

 
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