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From Jewish Prophet to Gentile God

Maurice Casey

From Jewish Prophet to Gentile God

Maurice Casey

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Using original sources and scholarship, Casey traces the evolution of the historical figure of Jesus, the Aramaic-speaking Jew, through the Pauline epistles and the Gospels to his identification as Jesus Christ, the Messiah and Son of God. "Carefully developed historical analysis . . . (that) should contribute decisively to continuing Christological debate".--Harold W. Attridge, University of Notre Dame.

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Using original sources and scholarship, Casey traces the evolution of the historical figure of Jesus, the Aramaic-speaking Jew, through the Pauline epistles and the Gospels to his identification as Jesus Christ, the Messiah and Son of God. "Carefully developed historical analysis . . . (that) should contribute decisively to continuing Christological debate".--Harold W. Attridge, University of Notre Dame.
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Maurice Casey

Maurice Casey is Professor of New Testament Languages and Literature at the University of Nottingham, UK. He has published extensively on the Son of Man problem, and more generally on reconstructing Aramaic traditions about Jesus from the Greek Gospels. Some of his works include Is John's Gospel True?; An Aramaic Approach to Q, Aramaic Sources of Mark's Gospel and From Jewish Prophet to Gentile God.
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  • Catalogue Code 90548
  • Product Code 0664219608
  • EAN 9780664219604
  • Pages 197
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category Christology
  • Publisher Westminster John Knox Press
  • Publication Date Aug 1991
  • Dimensions 243 x 159 x 21 mm
  • Weight 0.463kg

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