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Christ in the Wilderness: The Wilderness Theme in the Second Gospel and its Basis in the Biblical Tradition (Ulrich W Mauser) Paperback Book, (Wipf and Stock, 2009) 9781608990214
Christ in the Wilderness: The Wilderness Theme in the Second Gospel and its Basis in the Biblical Tradition (Ulrich W Mauser) Paperback Book, (Wipf and Stock, 2009) 9781608990214
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Title: Christ in the Wilderness: The Wilderness Theme in the Second Gospel and its Basis in the Biblical Tradition

Author: Mauser, Ulrich W

Publisher: Wipf and Stock; Publication Date: 2009

Paperback; ISBN: 9781608990214

Volumes: 1; Pages: 160

List Price in Paper: $18.00 Our price: $15.00

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Table of Contents Preface 7 Abbreviations 9 I Introduction 11 II Israel in the Wilderness 15 1. Importance and extent of the wilderness tradition in the Old Testament 15 2. Linguistic evidence in the Masoretic text and in the Septuagint 18 3. The role of the desert in the historical accounts of the Pentateuch 20 4. The wilderness in the Psalms and Prophets 36 III The Time between the Testaments 53 1. Philo of Alexandria 53 2. Apocalyptic and pseudepigraphic literature 54 3. The Rabbis 55 4. Josephus 56 5. The community of Qurnran 58 IV The Wilderness Theme in the New Testament 62 1. Pauline epistles 63 2. Acts 68 3. Hebrews 72 4. The Fourth Gospel 75 V The Prologue of Mark 77 1. Literary and thematic unity of 1.1-13 77 2. The Prophecy 80 3. The Herald 82 4. The Lord 89 VI The Way Through the Desert 103 1. Introductory considerations 103 2. Formal characteristics and correlations of the wilderness passages 105 3. The mountain 108 4. The phrase <$$> and the parables 119 5. The sea 124 6. Temptation 128 7. The followers 132 8. Conclusions 138 VII The Wilderness in Matthew and Luke 144 1. Matthew 144 2. Luke 146 Index of Authors 151 Index of References 154
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