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The One who is to come / by Joseph A. Fitzmyer. [print]

By: Fitzmyer, Joseph A [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Grand Rapids, Michigan : William B. Eerdmans Pub., [(c)2007. Description: xvi, 205 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0802840132; 9780802840134Subject(s): Messiah -- Prophecies | Bible. Old Testament -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Messiah -- Biblical teaching | Messiah -- JudaismLOC classification: BT235.O549 2007BT235.F557.O549 2007Online resources: Table of contents only COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
The term "Messiah" ; The use of [masiah] in the Old Testament Other Old Testament passages often regarded as the background of the term "Messiah" ; Old Testament passages that reveal a developing understanding of the Davidic dynasty The role of Daniel 9:25-26 in the emergence of Messianism The Septuagint's interpretation of some Old Testament passages Extrabiblical Jewish writings of the Second Temple period The use of Messiah in the New Testament The use of Messiah in the Mishnah, Targums, and other rabbinic writings Conclusion.
Summary: Messiah is one of the most popular and most contested terms in Christian reflection, with many often reading the concept back into early Old Testament texts. Joseph Fitzmyer carefully and comprehensively contradicts this misreading, tracing the emergence of messianism to a much later date - 2nd century B.C.
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The term "Messiah" ; The use of [masiah] in the Old Testament Other Old Testament passages often regarded as the background of the term "Messiah" ; Old Testament passages that reveal a developing understanding of the Davidic dynasty The role of Daniel 9:25-26 in the emergence of Messianism The Septuagint's interpretation of some Old Testament passages Extrabiblical Jewish writings of the Second Temple period The use of Messiah in the New Testament The use of Messiah in the Mishnah, Targums, and other rabbinic writings Conclusion.

Messiah is one of the most popular and most contested terms in Christian reflection, with many often reading the concept back into early Old Testament texts. Joseph Fitzmyer carefully and comprehensively contradicts this misreading, tracing the emergence of messianism to a much later date - 2nd century B.C.

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