Historical Jesus

Historical Jesus - M ajor sects of Judiaism K inds of...

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Major sects of Judiaism Kinds of criticism/ methods for studying individual Gospels Major ideologies and movements we’ve thought about Vertical Christology- It is a kind of Christology we see in John. It has two parts in it: 1) G of J is not one of the linear, apocalyptic ideas about Christ, but about Christ coming from above, coming below, and going back up. 2) it has high Christology. It is similar to what we see in later Gnostic tests Apolisticity- not going to see it, but it was in the first week of class concerning canon issues. Do these texts go back to the time of the apostles The Historical Jesus: What can we say about his teaching E.P. Sanders, The Historical Figure of Jesus (1993) Born 4 BCE, near the death of Herod the Great Spent childhood nad early adult years in Nazareth, a Galilean village Baptized by John of Baptist He called disciples Taught in towns, villages, and countryside of Galilee (apparently not the cities) Preached ‘the kingdom of God’
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  • Spring '10
  • Haines-Eitzen
  • Gospels Major ideologies, disciples Taught, BCE Multiple sources, Dionysius Exiguus vs, Spent childhood nad

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