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Jesus: God and Man : Modern Biblical Reflections (udgave 1967)

af Raymond E. Brown (Forfatter)

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Uses modern exegetical methods to determine what biblical evidence says about the New Testament use of the term 'God' for Jesus, and the human knowledge of Jesus. The exegetical approach to a question will be different from the theological approach to the same question; the book is a record of critical investigation into these areas.… (mere)
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Titel:Jesus: God and Man : Modern Biblical Reflections
Forfattere:Raymond E. Brown (Forfatter)
Info:Macmillan Pub Co (1967), 109 pages
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Jesus: God and Man : Modern Biblical Reflections af Raymond E. Brown

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A small book about Jesus' understanding of his self, his nature. Did Jesus believe he was what the Creeds said he was? Raymond E. Brown says that the answer would be, not exactly. Can we tell from the Gospel accounts what Jesus understood about his nature, human or devine or both. In one hundred very precise and exact pages Brown examines what we can know about that self understanding.

This book was required reading when I was a student at The Church Divinity School of the Pacific in Berkeley, California in 1974. With all the readings I had to get through in that first year of Theological study I don't think I got to the end of this book until now. While this book was published in 1967, the year I finished high school, it still reads as a contemporary work. ( )
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Uses modern exegetical methods to determine what biblical evidence says about the New Testament use of the term 'God' for Jesus, and the human knowledge of Jesus. The exegetical approach to a question will be different from the theological approach to the same question; the book is a record of critical investigation into these areas.

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