Who Do You Say that I Am?: Essays on Christology

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Jack Dean Kingsbury, Mark Allan Powell, David R. Bauer
Westminster John Knox Press, Jan 1, 1999 - Religion - 292 pages
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"In this volume some of the most prominent international biblical and theological scholars suggest new and exciting ways of understanding the Christology of every major witness in the New Testament canon. Along with essays addressing the significance of Christology for systematic theology, ethics, pastoral ministry, and preaching, the volume offers a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the New Testament."--BOOK JACKET.
 

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Contents

The Christology of Jesus Ben Witherington III
1
The Christology of Matthew Birger Gerhardsson
14
Narrative Christology and the Markan Jesus Elizabeth Struthers Malbon
33
The Christology of LukeActs Luke Timothy Johnson
49
The Christology of the Johannine Writings R Alan Culpepper
66
Christology of the Pauline Epistles Marion L Soards
88
The Christology of Hebrews C K Barrett
110
Christology of James John Reumann
128
The Christology of the Apocalypse Charles H Talbert
166
What Then Is New Testament Christology? Leander E Keck
185
Christology and the Old Testament Terence E Fretheim
201
The Significance of New Testament Christology for Systematic Theology Carl E Braaten
216
Jesus Christ and Ethics Lisa Sowle Cahill
228
The Significance of New Testament Christology for Pastoral Ministry David L Bartlett
246
The Significance of New Testament Christology for Preaching Elizabeth Achtemeier
263
Index of Scripture References
275

Some Reflections Paul J Achtemeier
140
Christ in Jude and 2 Peter Pheme Perkins
155

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About the author (1999)

Mark Allan Powell is Robert and Phyllis Leatherman Professor of New Testament at Trinity Lutheran Seminary in Columbus, Ohio.

David R. Bauer is Ralph W. Beeson Professor of Inductive Biblical Studies and Dean of the School of Biblical Interpretation and Proclamation at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky.

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