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Social-science commentary on the Synoptic Gospels / Bruce J. Malina, Richard L. Rohrbaugh. [print]

By: Malina, Bruce J [author]Contributor(s): Rohrbaugh, Richard L, 1936-Material type: TextTextPublication details: Minneapolis : Fortress Press, [(c)2003. Edition: second editionDescription: x, 441 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0800634918; 9780800634919Subject(s): Bible. Gospels -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Manners and customs | Palestine -- Social life and customs -- To 70 A.DLOC classification: BS2555.2.S635 2003BS2555.2.R739.S635 2003COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Abbreviations Preface Introduction Matthew 1:1-4:22: Presenting Jesus, Israel's Messiah 4:23-11:1: Jesus: Teacher and Healer 11:2-16:20: Reactions to Jesus and His Message 16:21-20:34: Jesus Journeys to Jerusalem 21:1-25:46: Activity in Jerusalem 26:1-28:20: Jesus' Death and Resurrection Mark 1:1-15: Prologue Presenting Jesus, Son of God 1:16-45: A Day in the Life of Jesus 2:1-3:6: Jesus Challenges by Healing and Eating 3:7-8:26: Back and Forth at Sea with Jesus and the Disciples 8:27-10:52: With Jesus and the Disciples to Jerusalem 11:1-13:37: With Jesus and the Disciples in Jerusalem 14:1-16:8: Jesus' Death and Resurrection Luke 1:1-4: Prologue 1:5-2:52: In and around Jerusalem: The Birth of the "Prophets": John and Jesus 3:1-4:13: In the Wilderness: Jesus, Israelite Holy Man, "Son of God" ; 4:14-9:50: In Galilee: Jesus, the Prophet: His Faction and Its Function 9:51-19:27: On the Way to Jerusalem with Jesus, the Prophet: Further Faction Formation and Function 19:28-21:38: The Prophet in Jerusalem: Jesus, Broker of the Kingdom 22:1-24:53: The Prophet in Jerusalem: Jesus' Death and Resurrection Reading Scenarios App The Jewish Tradition and the Christian Tradition Bibliography List of Reading Scenarios.
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Abbreviations Preface Introduction Matthew 1:1-4:22: Presenting Jesus, Israel's Messiah 4:23-11:1: Jesus: Teacher and Healer 11:2-16:20: Reactions to Jesus and His Message 16:21-20:34: Jesus Journeys to Jerusalem 21:1-25:46: Activity in Jerusalem 26:1-28:20: Jesus' Death and Resurrection Mark 1:1-15: Prologue Presenting Jesus, Son of God 1:16-45: A Day in the Life of Jesus 2:1-3:6: Jesus Challenges by Healing and Eating 3:7-8:26: Back and Forth at Sea with Jesus and the Disciples 8:27-10:52: With Jesus and the Disciples to Jerusalem 11:1-13:37: With Jesus and the Disciples in Jerusalem 14:1-16:8: Jesus' Death and Resurrection Luke 1:1-4: Prologue 1:5-2:52: In and around Jerusalem: The Birth of the "Prophets": John and Jesus 3:1-4:13: In the Wilderness: Jesus, Israelite Holy Man, "Son of God" ; 4:14-9:50: In Galilee: Jesus, the Prophet: His Faction and Its Function 9:51-19:27: On the Way to Jerusalem with Jesus, the Prophet: Further Faction Formation and Function 19:28-21:38: The Prophet in Jerusalem: Jesus, Broker of the Kingdom 22:1-24:53: The Prophet in Jerusalem: Jesus' Death and Resurrection Reading Scenarios App The Jewish Tradition and the Christian Tradition Bibliography List of Reading Scenarios.

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