The Blackwell Companion to Jesus

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Delbert Burkett
John Wiley & Sons, 7 jul. 2011 - 576 pagina's
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The Blackwell Companion to Jesus features a comprehensivecollection of essays that explore the diverse ways in which Jesushas been imagined or portrayed from the beginnings of Christianityto the present day. †
  • Considers portrayals of Jesus in the New Testament and beyond,Jesus in non-Christian religions, philosophical and historicperspectives, modern manifestations, and representations inChristian art, novels, and film
  • Comprehensive scope of coverage distinguishes this work fromsimilar offerings
  • Examines both Christian and non-Christian perspectives onJesus, including those from ethnic and sexual groups, as well asfrom other faiths
  • Offers rich and rewarding insights which will shape ourunderstanding of this influential figure and his enduringlegacy
 

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Inhoudsopgave

Islamic Perspectives on Jesus
Hindu Perspectives on Jesus
Buddhist Perspectives on Jesus
Skeptical Perspectives on Jesus
The Jesus of the Jesus Seminar
Modern Manifestations
Christology in Africa Asia and Latin
Jesus in American Culture

Jesus in
Paul Jesus and Christ
Jesus in the General Epistles
Jesus in the Apocalypse
Constructing Images of Jesus from
Ancient Apocryphal Portraits of Jesus
Gnostic Portraits of Jesus
The Christ of the Creeds
Jesus in Atonement Theories
Jewish Perspectives on Jesus
The Black Christ
Feminist Christologies
The Gay Jesus
Modern Mystifications of Jesus
PARTVl in r Fi in n Film
Solving Problems with
Jesus in Film
Index
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Over de auteur (2011)

Delbert Burkett is Professor of Religious Studies at Louisiana State University. He is the author of The Son of Man Debate: A History and Evaluation (1999), An Introduction to the New Testament and Origins of Christianity (2002), and Rethinking the Gospel Sources: From Proto-Mark to Mark (2004).

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