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The Resource Jesus' death as saving event : the background and origin of a concept, by Sam K. Williams

Jesus' death as saving event : the background and origin of a concept, by Sam K. Williams

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Jesus' death as saving event : the background and origin of a concept
Title
Jesus' death as saving event
Title remainder
the background and origin of a concept
Statement of responsibility
by Sam K. Williams
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Subject
Language
eng
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Williams, Sam K
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Harvard dissertations in religion
Series volume
no. 2
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Martyrdom
  • Salvation
  • Death
  • Suffering
  • Suffering
  • Jesus Christ
Label
Jesus' death as saving event : the background and origin of a concept, by Sam K. Williams
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Publication
Note
Originally presented as the author's thesis, Harvard, 1972
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 257-270
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volume
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction -- Chapter I: The meaning of Jesus' death in Romans 3:24-26 -- The Pre-Pauline formulation at Romans 3:24-26 -- The meaning of Jesus' death in the Pre-Pauline formulation -- Excursus: Four models of event interpretation -- Chapter II: Traditions of the Maccabean martyrs from Daniel to II Maccabees and Josephus -- The death of the righteous one in Daniel -- The death of the righteous one in assumption of Moses -- The suffering and death of the faithful in I Maccabees -- Josephus on the righteous ones who suffered under Antiochus -- The suffering and death of the martyrs in II Maccabees -- Chapter III: Suffering and death in the Old Testament and other Jewish writings -- Suffering in the Old Testament and other Jewish writings -- The death of individuals in the Old Testament -- Vicarious expiatory suffering and death in the Old Testament -- a) Introduction -- b) Transference and substitution in the Old Testament -- c) Isaiah 53: The prophet's intent -- d) Isaiah 53 and Post-exilic Jewish literature -- Vicarious expiatory suffering and death in Judaism prior to A.D. 70 -- a) Introduction -- b) Rabbinic sources-and Josephus -- c) Testament of Benjamin 3:8 -- d) Qumran -- e) Conclusion -- Chapter IV: Suffering and death in Greek and Hellenistic literature -- Suffering as education -- Traditions of the steadfast philosopher -- Glorious death among the Greeks -- Sufferers with a cause: Prometheus and Antigone -- Deliberate self-sacrifice for the good of others in the plays of Euripides -- Postscript: A brief comparison
  • Chapter V: The death of the martyrs in IV Maccabees -- The death of the martyrs and its effects -- the sources and origin of the concept of effective death in IV Maccabees -- The date of IV Maccabees -- Chapter VI: The background, source, and origin of the concept of Jesus' death as saving event -- Part I: Jesus said so -- a) The Eucharistic texts -- b) Mark 10:45 -- Part II: Primitive Palestinian Christianity said so -- a) Mark 10:45 -- b) Mark 14:22-25 -- c) I Corinthians 15:3-5 -- Part III: The Scriptures said so -- a) Quotations from Isaiah 53 in the New Testament -- b) Possible echoes of Isaiah 53 in other New Testament texts -- c) other OT texts and the death of Jesus -- Conclusions -- Part IV: The origin of the concept of Jesus' death as saving event -- The origin of the concept: An hypothesis -- The hypothesis refined: Jesus' saving death and IV Maccabees -- a) IV Maccabees and early Christianity -- b) IV Maccabees and Antioch -- Conclusion
Control code
1622348
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xi, 270 pages
Isbn
9780891300298
Lccn
75028341
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)305379
Label
Jesus' death as saving event : the background and origin of a concept, by Sam K. Williams
Publication
Note
Originally presented as the author's thesis, Harvard, 1972
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 257-270
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction -- Chapter I: The meaning of Jesus' death in Romans 3:24-26 -- The Pre-Pauline formulation at Romans 3:24-26 -- The meaning of Jesus' death in the Pre-Pauline formulation -- Excursus: Four models of event interpretation -- Chapter II: Traditions of the Maccabean martyrs from Daniel to II Maccabees and Josephus -- The death of the righteous one in Daniel -- The death of the righteous one in assumption of Moses -- The suffering and death of the faithful in I Maccabees -- Josephus on the righteous ones who suffered under Antiochus -- The suffering and death of the martyrs in II Maccabees -- Chapter III: Suffering and death in the Old Testament and other Jewish writings -- Suffering in the Old Testament and other Jewish writings -- The death of individuals in the Old Testament -- Vicarious expiatory suffering and death in the Old Testament -- a) Introduction -- b) Transference and substitution in the Old Testament -- c) Isaiah 53: The prophet's intent -- d) Isaiah 53 and Post-exilic Jewish literature -- Vicarious expiatory suffering and death in Judaism prior to A.D. 70 -- a) Introduction -- b) Rabbinic sources-and Josephus -- c) Testament of Benjamin 3:8 -- d) Qumran -- e) Conclusion -- Chapter IV: Suffering and death in Greek and Hellenistic literature -- Suffering as education -- Traditions of the steadfast philosopher -- Glorious death among the Greeks -- Sufferers with a cause: Prometheus and Antigone -- Deliberate self-sacrifice for the good of others in the plays of Euripides -- Postscript: A brief comparison
  • Chapter V: The death of the martyrs in IV Maccabees -- The death of the martyrs and its effects -- the sources and origin of the concept of effective death in IV Maccabees -- The date of IV Maccabees -- Chapter VI: The background, source, and origin of the concept of Jesus' death as saving event -- Part I: Jesus said so -- a) The Eucharistic texts -- b) Mark 10:45 -- Part II: Primitive Palestinian Christianity said so -- a) Mark 10:45 -- b) Mark 14:22-25 -- c) I Corinthians 15:3-5 -- Part III: The Scriptures said so -- a) Quotations from Isaiah 53 in the New Testament -- b) Possible echoes of Isaiah 53 in other New Testament texts -- c) other OT texts and the death of Jesus -- Conclusions -- Part IV: The origin of the concept of Jesus' death as saving event -- The origin of the concept: An hypothesis -- The hypothesis refined: Jesus' saving death and IV Maccabees -- a) IV Maccabees and early Christianity -- b) IV Maccabees and Antioch -- Conclusion
Control code
1622348
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xi, 270 pages
Isbn
9780891300298
Lccn
75028341
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)305379

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