The Background of the New Testament and Its Eschatology
These essays presented to Dr Dodd to honour a great teacher and scholar are on two themes. Part I systematically surveys the present state of research on the background of the New Testament. (Dr Dodd's studies in the Septuagint and...
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These essays presented to Dr Dodd to honour a great teacher and scholar are on two themes. Part I systematically surveys the present state of research on the background of the New Testament. (Dr Dodd's studies in the Septuagint and Hermetica suggested this theme.) Part II is on the particular problem of eschatology in the new Testament (with which his name is chiefly identified).
Amy-Jill Levine is E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Professor of New Testament Studies at the Divinity School and Graduate Department of Religion of Vanderbilt University. Dale C. Allison Jr. is Errett M. Grable Professor of New Testament Exegesis and Early Christianity at the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. John Dominic Crossan is Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at DePaul University.
David Daube (1909" 1999) was regius professor of civil law at Oxford and a fellow of All Souls' College. In 1970, he became professor in residence at Berkeley School of Law in the University of California as well as director of the Robbins Hebraic and Roman law collections from 1970 until 1981. From 1966 to 1978 he was also a visiting professor of history at the University of Constance. Daube's publications include "Studies In Biblical Law, Collaboration With Tyranny And Rabbinic Law," and "Civil Disobedience In Antiquity."ý"Of all his contributions to scholarship, Daube's most insightful co
- Part I. Towards An Understanding Of The Background Of The New Testament; 1. The Task Of Exegesis E. C. Blackman; 2. The Effect Of Recent Textual Criticism Upon New Testament Studies K. W. Clark; 3. Gnosis, Gnosticism And The New Testament R. P Casey; 4. The Mythological Background Of New Testament Christology H. Riesenfeld; 5. The Economic Background Of The New Testament F. C. Grant; 6. Die Ebionitische Wahrheit Des Christentums H.j. Schoeps; 7. Reflections On Archbishop Carrington's The Primitive Christian Calendar W. D. Davies; 8. Recent Discoveries In Palestine And The Gospel Of St John W. F. Albright; 9. The Account Of The Essenes In Hippolytus And Josephus M. Black; Septuagintal Studies In The Mid-century. Their Links With The Past And Their Present Tendencies P. Katz; Part Ii. Towards An Understanding Of The Eschatology Of The New Testament; 11. The Life Of Jesus: Some Tendencies In Present-day Research T. W. Manson; 12. Enderwartung Und Kirche Im Matthausevangelium G. Bornkanm; 13. Le Sens Du Mot Parousie Dans L'evangile De Matthieu. Comparaison Entre Matth. A. Feuillet; 14. Agnostos Christos E. Stauffer; 15. Acts And Eschatology H. J. Cadbury; 16. Le Caractere,a La Fois Actuel Et Futur, Du Salut Dans La Theologie Paulinienne M. Goguel; 17. Breves Remarques Sur La Notion De ... H. Clavier; 18. The Eschatology Of The Epistle To The Hebrews C. K. Barrett; 19. Eschatology In I Peter E. G. Selwyn; 20. The Bible To-day Und Died Eschatology R. Bultmann; 21. Eschatology And Missions In The New Testament O. Cullmann; 22. Christ, Creation And The Church N. A. Dahl; 23. Eschatologie Biblique Et Idealisme Platonicien J. Hering; 24. The Judgement Theme In The Sacraments C. F. D. Moule; 25. Gegenwart Des Geistes Und Eschatologische Hoffnung Bei Zarathustra, Spatjudischen Gruppen, Gnostikern Und Den Zuegen Des Neuen Testamentes E. Schweizer; 26. Kerygma, Eschatology And Social Ethics A. N. Wilder; Index.