The Identity of Jesus: Nordic Voices

Nordic Voices
Mohr Siebeck (Verlag)
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  • erschienen am 27. August 2014
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  • 250 Seiten
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978-3-16-152402-8 (ISBN)
Much of the Jesus scholarship has concentrated on the so-called self-identity of Jesus. However, due to the recent emphasis on the subjective perception and memory processes in the methodology of Jesus research, it is meaningful to re-conceptualize the question. The authors of this volume approach the question of the identity of Jesus from different angles. Viewpoints vary from that of comparative religion to the analysis of the narratives Jesus told, some key events of his life and existing identities of the first century Judaism. The overall aim in this collection of articles is to provide informative and updated perspectives on one of the most central questions of the research field. The papers given in the first Nordic Symposium of the Historical Jesus in Åbo 2010 have been modified and collected to cover important aspects in the historical Jesus research. While contributions come from a rather heterogeneous group of scholars, the geographical and linguistic proximity have enabled keen and fruitful interaction, thus making Nordic voices worth hearing.
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  • Cover
  • Table of Content
  • Foreword
  • Kari Syreeni: The Identity of the Jesus: Scholar Diverging Preunderstandings in Recent Jesus Research
  • 1. Overture: From Plato's Cave to Schweitzer's Well
  • 2. Scholarly Constructions of Research History
  • 3. Scholarly Constructions of the Double of Jesus
  • 4. Scholarly Constructions of (the Historical) Jesus
  • Per Bilde: Approaching the Issue of the Originality of Jesus
  • 1. Background
  • 2. Why Has the Problem of the Originality of Jesus Been Neglected?
  • 3. Why Is a Study of Jesus' Originality Necessary?
  • 4. Analysing Earlier Attempts at Describing the Originality of Jesus
  • 5. The Problems at Stake in the Issue of the Originality of Jesus
  • 6. My Position and Approach
  • 7. What Is Meant by This Phrase: "The Originality of Jesus"?
  • 8. The Concept of "Originality" Implies Comparison
  • 9. A Summary Sketch of the Historical Jesus
  • 10. How Original Was the Historical Jesus?
  • 11. Conclusions
  • Matti Kankaanniemi: Jesus the Son of Joseph. Reflections of Father-Son Relationship in the Ministry of Jesus
  • 1. A Psychological Study of Jesus
  • 1.1. Schweitzer's dilemma
  • 1.2 Sufficiency of Data
  • 2. Two Views on Jesus and His Father
  • 2.1 John W. Miller
  • 2.2 Andries van Aarde
  • 3. Analyzing the Views
  • 3.1 Scholarly devaluation
  • 3.2 The Historicity of Joseph
  • 3.3 Ministry of Empathy
  • 4. Analysing the Views - Psychological Viewpoints
  • 4.1 Social-Scientific Models
  • 4.2 The Mediterranean factor
  • 4.3 The Influence of the Father and Adult Behavior
  • 4.4 Jesus in a Woman's Role?
  • 4.5 The Parable of the Prodigal Son
  • 5. Conclusion
  • Tobias Hägerland: A Prophet like Elijah or according to Isaiah? Rethinking the Identity of Jesus
  • 1. The Emerging Elijah-Like Jesus of John Meier
  • 2. Illiteracy and Itinerancy - Elements Not Specifically Associated with Elijah
  • 2.1 Elijah and Jesus as Oral Prophets
  • 2.2 Elijah and Jesus as Travelling Prophets
  • 3. Miracles and Mentorship - Elements Associated with the Earthly Elijah
  • 3.1 Elijah and Jesus as Miracle-Working Prophets
  • 3.2 Elijah and Jesus as Prophets with Disciples
  • 4. Restoring the Rulers - An Element Possibly Associated with the Eschatological Elijah
  • 4.1 The Restorer of Israel - Servant, Elijah, Messiah?
  • 4.2 The Restoration of the Tribal Rulers
  • 5. Conclusion
  • Hans Kvalbein: Jesus as Preacher of the Kingdom of God
  • 1. The Meaning of ? ßas??e?a t?? ?e??: Realm or Reign/Rule?
  • 2. The ßas??e?a as a Meal, a Banquet or a Wedding in Sayings and Parables of Jesus
  • Samuel Byrskog: The Didactic Identity and Authority of Jesus - Reconsidered
  • 1. Problematic Notions of Didactic Identity and Authority
  • 2. The Data
  • 3. The Basic Didactic Characteristics of Jesus' Identity and Authority
  • 4. The Didactic Implications of Jesus' Healings
  • 5. The Servant of God as Teacher and Healer
  • Renate Banschbach Eggen: Understanding the Identity of Jesus on the Basis of His Parables
  • 1. Parables as Sources
  • 2. Reconstructions of the Method of Interpretation
  • 3. Reconstructions of Original Contexts
  • 4. Interpreting the Parables as the Synoptics Do
  • 5. Conclusion
  • Thomas Kazen: Revelation, Interpretation, Tradition. Jesus, Authority and Halakic Development
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Methodology and Conflict Narratives
  • 2.1 Comparison and Principles of Halakic Development
  • 2.2 Shemesh's Comprehensive Approach
  • 3. Applying This Approach to the Jesus Tradition
  • 3.1 Sabbath
  • 3.2 Purity
  • 3.3 Divorce
  • 4. Results
  • Jostein Ådna: The Role of Jerusalem in the Mission of Jesus
  • 1. Jesus' Journeys from Galilee to Jerusalem
  • 2. Jesus' Eschatological Message about the Coming of the Kingdom of God
  • 3. Jerusalem/Zion in Apocalyptic-Eschatological Expectation
  • 3.1 The Zion Traditions in the Old Testament
  • 3.2 The Zion Traditions in Early Judaism
  • 4. Jesus' Final Journey to Jerusalem as the Climax of His Eschatological Mission
  • 4.1 Jerusalem as "the City of the Great King" (Matt 5:35)
  • 4.2 The Temple Saying(s) of Jesus
  • 4.3 The Temple Act
  • 4.4 Jesus' Violent Death and the Zion Traditions
  • 5. The Lasting Impact and Effect of Jesus' Jerusalem Orientation
  • Tom Holmén: Caught in the Act: Jesus Starts the New Temple - A Continuum Study of Jesus as the Founder of the Ecclesia
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Stones of the Jewish Temple: Theology and Practice
  • 2.1. Interest in and Anxiety about the Foundation
  • 2.2. Retaining Continuity
  • 2.3. Achieving Discontinuity
  • 2.4. Hands of the Builder
  • 2.5. Zerubbabel and Herod
  • 3. Stones of the Christian Ecclesia-Temple
  • 3.1. Not Made with Hands
  • 3.2. The Ecclesia-Temple Stones
  • 3.3. A Diverging Outlook?
  • 4. A Place in the Continuum
  • 4.1. The One Accord of Mark 13:1-2 and Matt. 16:18
  • 4.2. Understanding the Continuum
  • 4.3. Conclusion
  • 5. Identity: Layer of the Ecclesia Foundation
  • Ancient Authors
  • Old Testament
  • New Testament
  • Apocrypha
  • Other Jewish Literature
  • Dead Sea Scrolls
  • Philo
  • Josephus
  • Mishna, Talmud and Related Literature
  • Nag Hammadi
  • Early Christian Writings
  • Modern Authors
  • Subject Index

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