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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
|Named Person:||Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ.|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
W Barnes Tatum
|Description:||255 pages : 1 map ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction: Who Is Jesus? --
pt. 1. Literary Sources for the Life and Ministry of Jesus --
Ch. 1. Gospel Origins --
Ch. 2. Gospel Criticism --
Ch. 3. Gospel Portrayals --
pt. 2. Historical Reconstruction of the Life and Ministry of Jesus --
Ch. 4. Historical Problem --
Ch. 5. Historical Search --
Ch. 6. Historical Portrayals --
pt. 3. Continuing Issues in the Life and Ministry of Jesus --
Ch. 7. Resurrection and Virgin Birth --
Ch. 8. Titles of Honor --
Ch. 9. Kingdom Preaching (Eschatology) --
Ch. 10. Torah Teaching (Ethics) --
Ch. 11. Parables --
Ch. 12. Miracles --
Ch. 13. Arrest, Trial, and Crucifixion.
|Responsibility:||W. Barnes Tatum.|
"Tatum invites readers to move from their own understandings of Jesus to a consideration of those literary sources on which all understandings ultimately depend - including the four Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Then he takes readers from the Gospels, each with its own distinctive portrayal of Jesus, to the level of historical reconstruction of Jesus' life and ministry within the setting of first-century Roman Palestine. Finally, readers examine issues in the study of Jesus' life and ministry by drawing on insights from the previous two stages. The intention is for readers to broaden and sharpen their understanding of Jesus by developing a conceptual framework for evaluating the many cultural and scholarly expressions of the Jesus story."--Jacket.
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