Victory Over Violence and Was Jesus A Revolutionist / (Record no. 64040)

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International Standard Book Number 9781592441440
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International Standard Book Number 1592441440
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Classification number: Classification#.Author Cutter.TitleCutter year BT736.15.H464.V538 2003
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Classification number: Classification#.Author Cutter.TitleCutter year BT736.15.H511.V538
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Personal name: LastName, FirstName Hengel, Martin,
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Title Victory Over Violence and Was Jesus A Revolutionist /
Statement of responsibility: Author Firstname LastName Martin Hengel; translated by David E. Green and William Klassen.
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Remainder of title Jesus and the revolutionists /
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Title proper/short title Was Jesus a revolutionist /
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Place of publication, distribution, etc. Eugene, Oregon :
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SECTION HEADINGS [ALL CAPS - NO ABBREVIATIONS] VOICE OVER VIOLENCE:
Title [sentence case chapter title] Introduction ;
-- Macedonian and Greek imperialsim ;
-- The Jewish reaction: assimilation and apocalypticism ;
-- Jewish expansion and internal opposition ;
-- Roman rule and Herod ;
-- The eschatological liberation movement ;
-- Messianic expectations ;
-- Violence overcome: the message of Jesus ;
-- The way of the first Christians ;
-- Five theses on the problem of violence.
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SECTION HEADINGS [ALL CAPS - NO ABBREVIATIONS] WAS JESUS A REVOLUTIONIST?
Title [sentence case chapter title] Was Jesus a revolutionist?
-- Portraits of Jesus as a revolutionist ;
-- The Zealot movement ;
-- Jesus and the Zealot movement ;
-- Jesus' actions and message ;
-- Conclusions.
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Summary, etc. - AMAZON, Publisher's site, back cover, or front/back book flap 'Victory over Violence' This book, 'Victory over Violence', deals with "political theology" - as it developed within Palestinian Judaism between 334 B.C. and the time of Christ, and as it is being advocated now by radical theologians and groups within the Christian community. The book is, therefore, not simply an academic discussion of a bygone era. It is an attempt to bridge the gap between New Testament theology and contemporary Christian social ethics. Hengel clearly intends to speak to the contemporary situation, which forces Christians to debate the possible use of violence in revolution. He is appalled that those who advocate a "theology of revolution" pay so little attention to the political situation of Jesus and primitive Christianity. According to Hengel's interpretation, the position of Jesus and the early Christians on the question of violence was radically different from that of the Zealots: Jesus was the model of nonviolence who demanded of his followers that they renounce violence and love their enemies. Further, since the situation today is similar to the situation in Jesus' time, Hengel argues that the Christian response should be similar too. 'Was Jesus a Revolutionist?' Jesus has often been portrayed as a forerunner of modern revolutionary movements. Martin Hengel believes that this judgment must be scrutinized carefully to determine if revolutionists are reading their own views back into Jesus. The author considers the political background at the time of Jesus, especially the Zealot movement, then looks at key passages in the Gospels that seem to support the revolutionist label. This study shows that Jesus' ethical system was revolutionary, but his political actions were not. Students of politics and religion will want to read Hengel's comments on Jewish movements, depth psychology, and today's theology of revolution.
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Personal name Green, David E.,
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    Library of Congress Classification     Non-fiction G Allen Fleece Library G Allen Fleece Library Circulating Collection - First Floor 07/17/2020 AMAZON 22.68 1 BT736.15.H464.V538 2003 31923001906383 09/02/2021 21.00 07/17/2020 Circulating Book (checkout times vary with patron status)
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