Studies in Early Christology
An important collection of Martin Hengel's studies on early Christology, including previously unpublished work.The essays include 'Jesus the Messiah of Israel', 'Jesus as Messianic Teacher of Wisdom and the Beginnings of Christology', 'Sit at My Right Hand', 'The Song about Christ in Earliest Worship', 'The Dionysiac Messiah', 'The Kingdom of Christ in John', 'Christological Titles in Early Christianity'.A substantial foreword describes the context of the essays in contemporary scholarship.
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Jesus the Messiah of Israel
Jesus as Messianic Teacher of Wisdom and
Sit at My Right Hand
The Song about Christ in Earliest Worship 227
The Dionysiac Messiah
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