Reynolds, Benjamin E. and Gabriele Boccaccini (eds.). Reading the Gospel of John’s Christology as Jewish Messianism: Royal, Prophetic, and Divine Messiahs. Leiden: Brill, 2018. (Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity; v. 106)
Table of Contents
• Introduction -- Chapter 1 Reading the Gospel of John's Christology as Jewish Messianism: An Introduction -- Part 1 John's Jesus as a Jewish Messiah: Paths Taken and Not Taken -- Chapter 2 The Gospel of John's Christology as Evidence for Early Jewish Messianic Expectations: Challenges and Possibilities -- Chapter 3 The Gospel of John as Jewish Messianism: Formative Influences and Neglected Avenues in the History of Scholarship -- Part 2 John's Word and Jewish Messianic Interpretation -- Chapter 4 "And The Word Was God": John's Christology and Jesus's Discourse in Jewish Context -- Chapter 5 Johannine Christology and Prophetic Traditions: The Case of Isaiah; -- Chapter 6 Messianic Exegesis in the Fourth Gospel -- Part 3 John's Royal Messiah -- Chapter 7 Son of God as Anointed One? Johannine Davidic Christology and Second Temple Messianism --Chapter 8 Divine Kingship and Jesus's Identity in Johannine Messianism -- Chapter 9 David's Sublation of Moses: A Davidic Explanation for the Mosaic Christology of the Fourth Gospel -- Part 4 John's Prophetic Messiah -- Chapter 10 "When the Christ Appears, Will He Do More Signs Than This Man Has Done?" (John 7:31): Signs and the Messiah in the Gospel of John -- Chapter 11 Christological Transformation of the Motif of "Living Water" (John 4; 7): Prophetic Messiah Expectations and Wisdom Tradition -- Chapter 12 Jesus, the Eschatological Prophet in the Fourth Gospel: A Case Study in Dialectical Tensions; Part 5 John's Messiah and Divinity -- Chapter 13 Wisdom and Logos Traditions in Judaism and John's Christology -- Chapter 14 From Jewish Prophet to Jewish God: How John Made the Divine Jesus Uncreated -- Chapter 15 Jesus-the Divine Bridegroom? John 2-4 and Its Christological Implications -- Chapter 16 The Divine Name that the Son Shares with the Father in the Gospel of John -- Chapter 17 John 5:19-30: The Son of God is the Apocalyptic Son of Man; Epilogue -- Epilogue: The Early Jewish Messiah of the Gospel of John
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