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Historical Jesus?: Necessity and Limits of an Inquiry (Etienne Nodet) Hardcover Book, (Bloomsbury T & T Clark, 2008) 9780567027214
Historical Jesus?: Necessity and Limits of an Inquiry (Etienne Nodet) Hardcover Book, (Bloomsbury T & T Clark, 2008) 9780567027214
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Title: Historical Jesus?: Necessity and Limits of an Inquiry

Author: Nodet, Etienne

Publisher: Bloomsbury T & T Clark; Publication Date: 2008

Hardcover; ISBN: 9780567027214

Volumes: 1; Pages: 256

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A very active member of the Ecole Biblique et Arch�ologique Fran�aise de J�rusalem that has done so much to introduce historical criticism into the believer's reading of the Scriptures, �tienne Nodet proposes here a beautiful history book. Certainly, in putting forward to the general public an accessible synthesis of scholarly and dense works carried out successfully in these recent years, he spares the reader the ponderousness of a critical apparatus and consigns to Appendix I the citation of his principal ancient sources. He invites the reader to a fascinating effort of the intelligence and of the heart that constitutes the profession of a historian: documentation, appraisal of documents, examining witnesses, comparisons, inductions and deductions; even textual criticism is sometimes called upon: for example, he is one of those who postulates the existence of a "Western Text" of the New Testament, and draws interesting hypotheses from its comparison with the standard text of the critical editions. In a second appendix, not found in the original French work, he presents a new translation of Josephus' War of the Jews for hints of authentic non-Christian evidence about Jesus and John the Baptist.

Beginning with the Gospel accounts of the infancy of Jesus, the author opens up for us the main features of the life of Jesus in a reading that oscillates between the questioning of the historical reference and the penetrating understanding of their verbal expression. Finally, there is the very suggestive sketch of the figure of James, "the brother of the Lord" and the head of the early Jerusalem church.

Table Of Contents

Foreword

Preface

Translator's Note

Introduction

Abbreviations

1. The Eucharist

I--Structure of the Eucharist

II--Song and Sin

III--Scripture and Word of God

Conclusion

2. The World of Jesus

I--The Sacred Library

A. The Hebrew Bible

B. The Greek Bible

II--Galilee

A. A Pharisaic Province

B. Jewish Movements

Conclusion

3. The Gospels

I--Two Paradoxes

A. Why Four Distinct Accounts?

B. About Disciples Become Apostles. Information from the Gospels

II--Synoptic Gospels

A. Difficulties

B. The So-called Theory of Two Sources: A Brief Review

C. The Theory of Two Sources: A Discussion

D. The Stakes--Datings

4. Life of Jesus

I--The Fulfillment of the Scriptures

II--The Accounts of the Infancy of Jesus

A. Discordances and Significant Details

B. Luke's Account

C. Matthew's Account

III--Baptism of Jesus

A. The Baptism of Jesus in the Gospel

B. John the Baptist

C. Jesus' Break with his Relatives

IV--The Passion

A. The Group of Accounts

B. The Trials

C. The Last Supper

V--Public Life of Jesus

A. Disciples

B. Identity, Teaching and Miracles of Jesus

C. Jewish Controversies

Conclusion

Appendix I: Ancient Texts

1. Essenes

2. Suffering Servant Glorified, A New World

3. Was Herod the Great the Messiah?

4. John the Baptist

5. Jesus

6. Curtain of the Temple and an Empty Tomb

7. Inscription about Jesus

8. Disciples of the Miracle-Worker

9. James the Less

10. Initiatory Wake

11. Chronological Chart

Appendix II: The Slavonic Version of Josephus' War of the Jews

Bibliography

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