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Journal of Ancient Judaism, 9. Jg., 259–279, ISSN: 1869-3296 (print), 2196-7954 (online) © 2018 [2019] Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht GmbH & Co. KG, Göttingen Negotiating “White Rooster” Magic and Binitarian Christology Mapping the Contours of Jewish Babylonian Culture in Late Antiquity Yishai Kiel

In: Journal of Ancient Judaism

H M L Appreciating Muslim and Christian Christologies 1. Introduction By Christology is meant that part of theology in which religious teachings about Christ are expounded. Christology is a central part of Christian theology. A bewil- dering variety of positions have been

In: Streit um Jesus

), Grand Rapids, MI 2010 . Turner , M. Human Reconciliation in the New Testament with Special Reference to Philemon, Colossians and Ephesians , in: EJT 16 ( 2007 ) 37 – 47 . Van Kooten , G. H. Cosmic Christology in Paul and the Pauline School. Colossians and Ephesians in the

In: Neutestamentliche Kosmologien

At the beginning of dealing with such a topic, which was given to me, the terms have to be clarified. As Syriac Orthodox is a modern term, we have to reflect on the terminology; this will provide us also with some bibliography. Early Syriac Christology is a heritage of both, the West Syriac and

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In: Syriac Theology: Past and Present

Kleinere Beiträge "Christology in the Making" Drei Rekonstruktionsversuche im Vergleich 1. Martin HengeV Anna Maria Schwemer: ein messianischer Jesus - der entscheidende Anfang Der Sammelband "Der messianische Anspruch Jesu und die Anfänge der Chris- tologie" 1 enthält je zwei Beiträge der

In: Biblische Zeitschrift
Es handelt sich beim vorliegenden Band um Studien zu verschiedenen theologischen und literarischen Fragestellungen des Hebräerbriefes, u.a. Absicht und Zielsetzung, Adressaten, Ekklesiologie, Bundesvorstellung, Jesus als „Mittler“, Bedeutung des Todes Jesu, Rede von Gott, Christologie, Hebräer 13, Schriftrezeption, Kirche und Israel. Der Hebräerbrief erfreut sich in der jüngeren Forschung eines lebhaften Interesses. Der Autor desselben wird zunehmend als der dritte große Theologe des Neuen Testaments neben Paulus und Johannes angesehen. Viele Detailfragen sind noch ungeklärt. Die Studien sind entstanden in den letzten 15 Jahren als Vorarbeiten zu einer Kommentierung des Hebr. Sie behandeln wichtige Fragestellungen der Auslegung des Hebr und versuchen, die Forschung einen Schritt voranzubringen.

Cyril’s epistle XLI is addressed to Acacius of Scythopolis and discusses the exegesis of the scapegoat in Lev 16. The importance of the question is witnessed to by the presence of letter in the Patristic dossier of the Acts of the Council of Ephesus. Palestine, the region of the addressee, was characterized by the necessity of facing at the same time both the Semitic and the pagan cultures. The paper shows, on the diachronic background of the main works devoted to the same subject, that the very confrontation of Judaism and paganism is the key element for the formulation of Cyril's Christological interpretation. Through it he tries to reject any possibility of an exegesis of the biblical text in a dialectical form contrary to peace.

In: Annuarium Historiae Conciliorum

his own slithery passions by the tail to make them work for good. 42 Later in qu. Thal. 21, Maximus uses introductory medical metaphor to develop his Christology. Christ embodies the wise doctor and passibility is the snake venom Christ the physician uses for salutary purposes. Maximus begins by

In: The Unity of Body and Soul in Patristic and Byzantine Thought


Cosmology is the universal construction principle of Pauline theology, the key to Pauline thinking, because only from there can the individual basic assumptions meaningfully be assigned to one another. Embedded in a cosmological framework with two conflicting principles (sin as a negative principle and the Christ event as a positive principle), Paul unfolds the presence of salvation in the light of its future. Because neither the power of sin nor the life power of the Christ event in its present and future nature (parousia) can be derived from within the world, it is a matter of a cosmological event. It transcends human understanding and human experience, cannot be domesticated anthropologically, and describes a transformation process that determines both the fate of the world as a whole and the destiny of the individual and the entire community. This process begins with the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, takes place in the participation of the baptized believers in the reality of spirit and creation, and culminates in the universal transformation of the world by the one God.

In: Neutestamentliche Kosmologien

. Gerhard D a u t z e n be r g . Loren T. Stucke n b ruck, Angel Veneration and Christology. A Study in Early Judaism and in the Christology of the Apocalypse of John (WUNT 11/70), Tubingen (J.C. B. Mohr) 1995, XVIII u. 348 S, brosch. OM 88,-; ISBN 3-16-146303-X. Das lnteresse des vorliegenden Buches

In: Biblische Zeitschrift