The problem of the historical Jesus remains one of the most important themes in New Testament scholarship. Closely related to this problem is the question, How far can the impact made by the earthly Jesus and his own self-understanding sustain the weight of the Christological construction put upon them by the early church? The thirty outstanding essays in this volume offer a fresh assessment of a wide range of New Testament data and methods pertinent to our understanding of Jesus and his significance both in his time and ours.of Man turns out to approximate Son of God. ... As Son of Man he is charged with authority to act for God in the service of his saving sovereignty (Mark 2:10), yet also to represent the people to whom the rule is promised (Mark 2:28). His serviceanbsp;...
|Title||:||Jesus of Nazareth Lord and Christ: Essays on the Historical Jesus And|
|Author||:||Joel B. Green, Max Turner|
|Publisher||:||Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing - 1994-03-01|