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Luke's Christology of divine identity

Autor: Nina Henrichs Tarasenkova
Editorial: London, UK ; New York, NY, USA : Bloomsbury T & T Clark, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2016. ©2016
Serie: Library of New Testament studies, 542.; T & T Clark library of biblical studies.
Edición/Formato:   Libro impreso : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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"Henrichs-Tarasenkova argues against a long tradition of scholars about how best to represent Luke's Christology. When read against the backdrop of ancient ways of constructing personal identity, key texts in the Lukan narrative demonstrate that Luke indirectly characterizes Jesus as the one God of Israel together with YHWH. Henrichs-Tarasenkova employs a narrative approach that takes into consideration recent  Leer más
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Género/Forma: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Persona designada: Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ.
Tipo de documento Libro
Todos autores / colaboradores: Nina Henrichs Tarasenkova
ISBN: 9780567662910 0567662918 9780567662903 056766290X
Número OCLC: 910424289
Descripción: xvii, 235 pages ; 24 cm.
Contenido: Luke's divine christology in scholarly studies --
Constructing character's identities in the Lukan narrative --
Exploring the categories of personal and divine identity --
Yhwh's divine identity in Luke-Acts --
Jesus' divine identity in Luke-Acts.
Título de la serie: Library of New Testament studies, 542.; T & T Clark library of biblical studies.
Responsabilidad: Nina Henrichs-Tarasenkova.

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"Henrichs-Tarasenkova argues against a long tradition of scholars about how best to represent Luke's Christology. When read against the backdrop of ancient ways of constructing personal identity, key texts in the Lukan narrative demonstrate that Luke indirectly characterizes Jesus as the one God of Israel together with YHWH. Henrichs-Tarasenkova employs a narrative approach that takes into consideration recent studies of narrative and history and enables her to construct characters of YHWH and Jesus within the Lukan narrative. She employs Richard Bauckham's concept of divine identity that she evaluates against her study of how one might speak of personal identity in the Greco-Roman world. She engages in close reading of key texts to demonstrate how Luke speaks of YHWH as God in order to demonstrate that Luke-Acts upholds a traditional Jewish view that only the God of Israel is the one living God and to eliminate false expectations for how Luke should speak of Jesus as God. This analysis establishes how Luke binds Jesus' identity to the divine identity of YHWH and concludes that the Lukan narrative, in fact, does portray Jesus as God when it shows that Jesus shares YHWH's divine identity."
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Henrichs-Tarasenkova is to be commended ... The book is a solid contribution to the burgeoning body of narrative-critical work on the Gospels and Christology. * Journal of Theological Studies * Leer más

 
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