Seeing Through the Eyes of Jesus: His Revolutionary View of Reality and His Transcedent Signigicance for Faith
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 5.9.2008 - 409 sivua
Rather than looking at Jesus -- the popular conception of the "historical Jesus" -- John Baggett contends that we should instead look with Jesus at the realities of God and neighbor as he perceived them. Baggett incorporates the witness of the key human relationships of Jesus, looking at why those earliest believers and friends considered him divine. Baggett then asks how Christ's transcendence can ultimately translate to significance for life and faith in today's story.
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The Resurrected Life
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Notes on Methodology
Abba Abba’s ancient Aramaic authentic baptism believed Caesar Caiaphas called Capernaum challenge chapter Christians compassion compassionate context conversion disorder covenant culture death demons destitute disabled disciples divine Essenes evil experience faith Father first-century followers forgiveness Galilee Gentiles gift Gospel of John Greek healer healing heaven Herod Herod Antipas historical historical Jesus Holy Spirit honor hope humankind interpretation Israel Jerusalem Jesus movement Jesus the human Jewish Jews John John’s Gospel Josephus Judaism king kingdom live Lord Luke Luke’s Mark Mark’s Matt Matthew meaning Messiah metaphors ministry mission Moses narrative neighbors one’s parable Passover Paul persons Pharisees priests probably prophet reality relationship religious resurrection revealed ritual Roman Sabbath sacrifice Samaritans scholars Sea of Galilee Sepphoris shame significance of Jesus Simon sins social spiritual transformation story suffering symbolic tax collectors Temple Testament theological things tion tradition transcendent significance truth understand understood vision words Yahweh