Jesus of the Gospels

 
 
Kregel Publications (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 31. März 2020
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  • 437 Seiten
 
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978-0-8254-7505-4 (ISBN)
 
A reader-friendly guide to the life and teachings of the Jesus of the GospelsThe Jesus of the Gospels brings together the best elements of a survey of the Gospels and a commentary on the Gospels to help readers know Jesus and understand the good news. Drawing on decades of experience teaching and writing on the Gospels, Andreas Kostenberger presents a holistic portrait of Jesus by leading readers through an in-depth study of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.Each chapter explores one gospel account, beginning with a short introduction that highlights the gospel's individual distinctives, followed by an outline of the book. Kostenberger breaks each gospel into short sections, explaining the meaning and how it sheds light on Jesus and His mission. Numerous sidebars, maps, and diagrams highlight supplemental information, and regular &quote;Recap&quote; sections summarize key points. For those interested in further study, footnotes point to useful resources. In addition to helping readers follow the storyline and theology of each gospel, Kostenberger also emphasizes practical application, showing readers how to apply what they're learning to their lives.Ideal for those who are new to the study of the Gospels, and for instructors looking for an accessible introduction based on solid scholarship, The Jesus of the Gospels offers readers and students to the riches of the Gospels and a deeper knowledge of Jesus and the good news.
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978-0-8254-7505-4 (9780825475054)
weitere Ausgaben werden ermittelt
  • Intro
  • Title Page
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • The Gospels as Eyewitness Testimony
  • A Companion to the Gospels
  • The Gospels as Good News
  • Chapter 1: Situating This Book in the History of Jesus Research
  • Who Do People Say That I Am?
  • Lives of Jesus and Gospel Harmonies
  • The Approach Taken in This Book: Five Theses
  • Reading the Gospels Today
  • Chapter 2: The Good News according to Matthew: Jesus the Jewish Messiah, Descendant of Abraham and David
  • Who Was Matthew?
  • How Does Matthew Tell the Story of Jesus?
  • What Are Some of Matthew's Distinctive Emphases?
  • What Are the Major Contours of Matthew's Account?
  • Introduction: Jesus the Messiah, Descendant of Abraham and David (1:1-4:16)
  • Jesus's Work in Galilee (4:17-18:35)
  • Jesus's Work in Judea and His Death, Burial, and Resurrection (19:1-28:20)
  • Chapter 3: The Good News according to Mark: Jesus the Authoritative, Miracle-Working Son of God
  • Who Was Mark?
  • How Does Mark Tell the Story of Jesus?
  • What Are Some of Mark's Distinctive Emphases?
  • What Are the Major Contours of Mark's Account?
  • Jesus the Messiah and Son of God (1:1-8:26)
  • Jesus the Messiah and Suffering Servant (8:27-16:8)
  • Chapter 4: The Good News according to Luke: Jesus the Compassionate Healer and Savior for All People
  • Who Was Luke?
  • How Does Luke Tell the Story of Jesus?
  • What Are Some of Luke's Distinctive Emphases?
  • What Are the Major Contours of Luke's Account?
  • Preface: Luke's Purpose (1:1-4)
  • Introduction: Jesus's Birth and Preparation for His Work (1:5-4:13)
  • Jesus's Work in Galilee (4:14-9:50)
  • The Lukan Travel Narrative: Jesus's Journey to Jerusalem (9:51-19:27)
  • Jesus's Work in Jerusalem (19:28-24:49)
  • Epilogue: The Ascension (24:50-53)
  • Chapter 5: The Good News according to John: Jesus the God-Man and Revealer of God the Father
  • Who Was John?
  • How Does John Tell the Story of Jesus?
  • What Are Some of John's Distinctive Emphases?
  • What Are the Major Contours of John's Account?
  • Prologue: The Word Became Flesh (1:1-18)
  • The Voice in the Wilderness and the Promise of Greater Things (1:19-51)
  • The Book of Signs: The Seven Signs of Jesus the Messiah (2:1-12:50)
  • The Book of Exaltation (13:1-20:31)
  • Epilogue: Jesus's Final Appearance and Words (21:1-25)
  • Epilogue
  • Suggested Resources
  • Thirty-Day Gospels Reading Plan

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