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A speech consists of three things: a speaker and a subject on which he speaks, and someone addressed, and the objective [ telos ] of the speech is the last. aristotle, on rhetoric 1 1 Introduction Scholars writing within what has come to be known as the historical Jesus research paradigm

In: Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus

the earthly ‘historicalJesus and the divinely-exalted Jesus of early Christian devotion, and also the major turning-point in the way he featured in the religious life of his followers thereafter. By all accounts, the conviction that Jesus has been raised from death and given glory was the initial

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Scholars and students have long awaited such a volume, which provides direct access to the classic writers on the Historical Jesus, allowing them to speak in their own words. This volume brings together, in English translation, substantial extracts from the key works in Jesus studies. Includes substantial quotations in English from Troeltsch, Schweitzer, Wrede, Kähler, Bultmann, Käsemann and others. The selections are accompanied by brief introductions to each writer with helpful summaries of the works from which extracts are taken.
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Introduction For some time, historical Jesus research has been stalled in historiographical and theological crisis. The opening decades of the twenty-first century quests for the historical Jesus have been marked by debates on the lasting contributions of the so-called Third Quest, examinations

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The non-canonical gospels and the historical Jesus – some reflections on issues and methods Andrew Gregory Dr Gregory is Chaplain of University College, Oxford, and series editor (with Christopher Tuckett) of the Oxford Early Christian Gospel Texts, a new series of critical editions of non

In: Evangelical Quarterly: An International Review of Bible and Theology
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D ID THE H ISTORICAL J ESUS P ROHIBIT A LL O ATHS ? P ART 1 John P. Meier University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN, USA meier.10@nd.edu A BSTRACT The total prohibition of oaths (Mt. 5.34-37) come from the historical Jesus. The criterion of discontinuity argues that there is no parallel to Jesus

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