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Bibil Identifier bibil:222455
Publication Type Journal article
Title (German, Long) Die jüdischen Wurzeln der Christologie
Author Horbury, William
Journal Early Christianity (Volume: 2, Issue: 1)
Year (Publication) 2011
Year (Original (1st Edition)) 2011
Year (Copyright) 2011
Year (Reference) 2011
Language German
Pages 5-21 Pages
Genre Original
Abstract This title was chosen by Martin Hengel for a lecture in his honour. Jewish roots can be obscured by emphasis on the links of Christology with anti-Judaism (A. Harnack and others). This emphasis contributes to debatable contrasts between Christianity and Judaism, Christology being restrictively viewed as typically Christian (part 1). Hengel's own Christological work (part 2) recalls W. Bousset in its massive historical contextualization even though, against R. Bultmann's development of Bousset, Hengel sets early high Christology in Jerusalem and seeks its roots in Jesus and Judaism. Older approaches which with revisions still influence current work (part 3) include a classical interpretation of Judaism as preparing for Christology and trinitarianism, and a contrasting emphasis on Jewish monotheism. Hengel can seem close to the classical model as revised in biblical theory, but points to the richness of the Jewish context (not simply roots) of Christology. Inquiry into early Christology (part 4) can correspondingly envisage a Jewish messianism mingled with mysticism, bound up with biblical interpretation, and in touch with contemporary Greek and Roman piety.
DOI 10.1628/186870311795386944
Keywords Thesaurus BiBIL : New Testament (Introduction) : Theology : Themes : Christology
Thesaurus BiBIL : Milieu : Ancient Judaism : Themes : Messiah
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