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Titel: That Messiah from Qumran
Autor/en: Ed Tenhor
Autor/en: Ed Tenhor
The Divinity of the Christ in the History of the Christian Church.
22. März 2006 - kartoniert - 220 Seiten
Dr. Tenhor's first book, That Rabbi from Nazareth, now has a companion volume, That Messiah from Qumran. Both of the volumes address the related themes of the humanity and divinity of the Jesus of history and the Christ of faith, Tenhor takes a look at how the Church confessed Jesus as divine through enormous struggles in the early centuries of the Church and shows how doctrines developed through complex interpretations by various different parties of thought.
Ed introduces Ebyonites, Docetists, Marcionites, Dynamic and Modalistic Monarchians, Sabellianist Patripassionists, Apollinarians, Monothelitists, Monophysites, and many more interpreters from every century, producing a church history volume for a local church study group, or for personal reading. Along with theologians from every century introducing themselves in the first person, Ed introduces quite a number of Christian thinkers from the present day, many of whom are outstanding women leaders of the Church.
While looking at two thousand years of interpreting Jesus, Ed asks if it could be that Jesus was who he was and is who he is, and perhaps not necessarily who the Church, or interpreters, say that he is. That Messiah from Qumran is provocative and unconventional. Yet, it is a way of meeting the Jesus of history and of faith. It is a way of catching a glimpse of the reality of God present in that life. Expand your mind, learn some church history, understand something about theology, and grow in your faith. Pick up both volumes for your church library.
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