Jesus and the Gospels (2nd Ed.) (T&t Clark Approaches To Biblical Studies Series)
An introduction to the Gospels, this book explains why it is that scholars and lay people have such different understandings of the person of Jesus. The first half of it looks at the main sources for the life of Jesus,...
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An introduction to the Gospels, this book explains why it is that scholars and lay people have such different understandings of the person of Jesus. The first half of it looks at the main sources for the life of Jesus, while the second half examines the criteria employed by scholars to determine the earliest forms of the tradition.
This book offers an ideal introduction to the Gospels and explains why it is that scholars and lay people have such different understandings of the person of Jesus. The first half of the book looks at the main sources for the life of Jesus, principally the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, but also the so-called apocryphal Gospels. The second half of the book begins with an examination of the criteria employed by scholars to determine the earliest and most reliable forms of the tradition. This volume now includes: study questions at the end of each chapter, updated reading lists, and two new chapters bringing the scholarship up to date.
Steve Moyise (Ph.D., University of Birmingham) is professor of New Testament at the University of Chichester. He is author of The Old Testament in the Book of Revelation; The Old Testament in the New and Evoking Scripture: Seeing the Old Testament in the New. He is also coeditor with Maarten Menken of a series exploring the way particular Old Testament books are used in the New Testament, including Psalms in the New Testament; Isaiah in the New Testament; Deuteronomy in the New Testament, and The Minor Prophets in the New Testament.
Most recently he has produced Jesus and Scripture and Paul and Scripture: Studying the New Testament Use of the Old Testament.
Clive Marsh is a Chartered Banker, Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers in Scotland, Associate Chartered Accountant (NZ) and Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute.ýýHis past experience includes key roles as Head of Finance & MIS, Director of Commercial Services, Director of Business Development, Divisional Manager of Corporate Services and Group Taxation and Statutory Accountant.ýý He has worked for Shell UK, Shell NZ, Mobil, NatWest UK, NatWest NZ, DataBank (BNZ), A&L Girobank, IBM UK, Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, Link ICA, Sussex Coast College, EUK (Credit Agricole) aC
- 1. Introduction; 2. Gospel Of Mark; 3. Gospel Of Matthew; 4. Gospel Of Luke; 5. Gospel Of John; 6. Apocryphal Gospels; 7. The Quest For The Historical Jesus; 8. Jesus: Prophet Of The Coming Kingdom; 9. Jesus: Teacher And Sage; 10. Political And Ethical Interpretations Of Jesus; 11. Jesus In Art, Media And Culture; 12. Conclusion; Appendix. Further Reading; Bibliography.