4 edition of Jesus the Galilean found in the catalog.
Jesus the Galilean
David A. Fiensy
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||David A. Fiensy.|
|LC Classifications||BT301.9 .F54 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007014282|
Buy Jesus, a Jewish Galilean: A New Reading of the Jesus Story 1st Edition by Freyne, Sean (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2. Book Details This groundbreaking work in Hispanic theology relates the story of the Galilean Jesus to the story of a new mestizo people. Galilean Journey marks the arrival of a new era of Hispanic/Latino theology in the United States, Virgilio Elizondo described the "Galilee principle" that is, "What human beings reject, God chooses as his very.
In his latest book, Sean Freyne draws on his detailed knowledge of Galilean society in the Roman period, based on both literary and archaeological sources, to give a fresh and provocative reading of the Jesus story within its Galilean setting. Jesus, a Jewish Galilean focuses on the religious as well as the social and political environment and /5(6). In The Parables of Jesus the Galilean: Stories of a Social Prophet, a selection of the parables of Jesus is read using a social-scientific approach.
If the views that have already been presented in regard to the divisions of the Lord's ministry are correct, we are in a position to judge rightly the statements of the Evangelists respecting the period that intervened between the departure from Galilee and the commencement of Passion Week, a period of about five months. In Galilee the Lord had accomplished His work. Jesus (c. 4 BC – c. AD 30 / 33), also referred to as Jesus of Nazareth or Jesus Christ, was a first-century Jewish preacher and religious leader. He is the central figure of Christians believe he is the incarnation of God the Son and the awaited Messiah (the Christ) prophesied in the Old Testament.. Virtually all modern scholars of antiquity agree that Jesus existed.
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Jesus the Galilean takes soundings in the life of the historical Jesus based on four readings from the Gospel of Mark which represent some of the most controversial issues in the current scholarly discussion about the historical by: 1. In The Parables of Jesus the Galilean: Stories of a Social Prophet, a selection of the parables of Jesus is read using a social-scientific approach.
The interest of the author is not the parables in their literary contexts, but rather the parables as Jesus told them in a first-century Jewish Galilean sociopolitical, religious, and economic by: 2.
In his latest book, Sean Freyne draws on his detailed knowledge of Galilean society in the Roman period, based on both literary and archaeological sources, to give a fresh and provocative reading of the Jesus-story Jesus the Galilean book its Galilean setting.
Jesus, a Jewish Galilean focuses on the religious as well as the social and political environment and /5. The Galileans are primarily Jews; they settled Galilee during the Hasmonean period and used the same domestic space (artifacts and the like) as found in Judea. Some implications for the Jesus tradition are obvious.
The teachings of Jesus cannot be seen as some sort of Jesus the Galilean book Judaism over and against some sort of Judean by: Drawing on his years of field experience in Galilee, the author illustrates how the archaeological record has been misused by New Testament scholars, and how synthesis of the material culture is foundational for understanding Christian origins in Galilee and the Jewish culture out of which they aros/5.
Love as Jesus taught it was a new thing in the world. Love as he practiced it made the world another place. Now, with the help of The Good Galilean, it’s time for each of us to play our role in restoring to our suffering world the goodness purchased for it by Jesus.
The groundbreaking work in Hispanic theology, relates the story of the Galilean Jesus to the story of a new mestizo this work, which marked the arrival of a new era of Hispanic/Latino theology in the United States, Virgilio Elizondo described the "Galilee principle": "What human beings reject, God chooses as his very own".4/5(4).
For an approachable and engaging introduction to investigating the “historical Jesus,” readers can scarcely do better than Gerd Theissen’s “The Shadow of the Galilean”.
This slim volume of historical fiction depicts Jesus and the movement that developed around him through the eyes of a fictional Palestinian of the s: WE ARE OPEN.
OUR TEMPORARY HOURS ARE: Wednesday - Thursday - Friday am to pm Closed on Saturday and Always Closed on Sunday. I wrote a book review for my New Testament class. It was an interesting book to say the least, although heavy with history and fiction.
Using creativity and knowledge of Biblical history, German theologian and New Testament scholar Gerd Theissen expertly crafted The Shadow of the Galilean: The Quest for the Historical Jesus in Narrative the subtitle suggests, the book gives a.
Tucker S. Ferda examines the theory of the Galilean crisis: the notion that the historical Jesus himself had grappled with the failure of his mission to Israel. While this theory has been neglected since the 19th century, due to research moving to consider the response of the early church to the rejection of the gospel, Ferda now provides fresh insight on Jesus' own potential crisis of faith.
Szekely's book solves all the inconsistencies of seeing Judas of Galilee, the father who started the revolt during the census, as the Jesus of the Gospels. The father Judas of Galilee, however, does start the Messianic movement, which Josephus writes about/5(10).
About Jesus, the Gospels, and the Galilean Crisis Tucker S. Ferda examines the theory of the Galilean crisis: the notion that the historical Jesus himself had grappled with the failure of his mission to Israel.
Jesus made the commitment Himself at the Last Supper as understood from within the context of a Galilean wedding. But wait, it gets even better.
Meanwhile, the bride was busy with her own preparations. She was preparing to be retrieved by the groom and.
Archaeology and the Galilean Jesus: a re-examination of the evidence. [Jonathan L Reed] -- Based on field research, Jonathan Reed reconstructs a new vision of first-century Galilee, and examines how this affects New Testament interpretation. This book set forth the theory that the historical “Jesus” was not the Gospel Jesus of Nazareth but rather a man of history: Judas the Galilean.
He followed that up with two other books, New Testament Lies and The Three Messiahs, which strengthened his argument based upon more historical data.
In his latest book, Sean Freyne draws on his detailed knowledge of Galilean society in the Roman period, based on both literary and archaeological sources, to give a fresh and provocative reading of the Jesus-story within its Galilean : Jesus is often referred to as Jesus of Galilee or Jesus of Nazareth, because custom associated people with cities instead of last names.
The region is referenced in the Book of Acts as an identifying factor of His disciples and many early followers. The Jewish historian, Josephus, wrote extensively about the life of Judas the Galilean but did not mention the cause or date of Judas' death. On the other hand, Josephus did not describe a single action of Jesus but did tell of Jesus' crucifixion at the hands of Pilate.
Galilee is one of the most evocative places in the New Testament—the area where Jesus was raised, where many of the Apostles came from, and where Jesus first began to preach. This free eBook focuses on several aspects of Galilee: how Jewish the area was in Jesus’ time, the ports and the fishing industry that were so central to the region, and several sites where Jesus likely stayed and.
In his history of the Jewish nation, Josephus wrote only of the death of Jesus, not mentioning one detail of his life. In contrast, the life of Judas the Galilean was chronicled from his temple.
This book reconstructs first-century Galilee from archaeological surveys, excavations, and artifacts, and provides descriptions of the material remains relevant to historical Jesus research and New Testament studies.
Drawing on his years of field experience in Galilee, Reed illustrates how the archaeological record has been misused by New Testament scholars, and how synthesis of the .The Galilean, or Jesus the World's Savior book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
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