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The Resource The charismatic leader and his followers, Martin Hengel ; translated by James Greig

The charismatic leader and his followers, Martin Hengel ; translated by James Greig

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The charismatic leader and his followers
Title
The charismatic leader and his followers
Statement of responsibility
Martin Hengel ; translated by James Greig
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Contributor
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
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Hengel, Martin
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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Hengel, Martin
Series statement
Studies of the New Testament and its world
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Jesus Christ
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The charismatic leader and his followers, Martin Hengel ; translated by James Greig
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Translation of: Nachfolge und Charisma
  • The following study is based on my trial lecture given on January 25th, 1967, before the Protestant Faculty of Theology at the Eberhard Karl University in Tübingen--Pref
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volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
I. On the Exegesis of Mt 8.21-22: "Let the dead bury their dead" -- 1. Redaction and form criticism -- 2. What the logion states -- 3. The break with law and custom -- II. Considerations from Religionsgeschichte relating to the charismatic and eschatological background of following Jesus -- 1. The prototype of Elisha's call by Elijah -- 2. "Following" the charismatic-prophetic leader in the Holy war. -- 3. Apocalyptic prophets and Zealot leaders of the people in first century Palestine and their call to men to follow them -- 4. Charismatic and followers in the Hellenistic world -- 5. " Calling" and "Conversion" to philosophy or to the Torah in the Greek world or among the Rabbis -- 6. Following , disciple and charisma -- 7. John the Baptist and his disciples -- III. The charismatic and eschatological distinctives of Jesus call to follow him -- 1. The "Misunderstanding" of Jesus" Crucifixion -- 2.Jesus was not a "rabbi" -- 3. The rabbinic model does not explain " following after" and "discipleship" -- 4. Parallels and fundamental differences in relation to the phenomenon of apocalyptic Zealot prophecy -- 5. Jesus " call to " follow" him applies only to the individual who is called -- 6. Prophetic and charismatic features in the activity of Jesus -- 7. The unique "messianic" authority of Jesus -- 8. The meaning of Jesus call to follow Him -- 9. The tradition of the sending out of the disciples -- 10. Jesus as the teacher of his disciples and the beginning of the synoptic tradition
Control code
7577778
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xiii, 111 pages
Isbn
9780824501372
Lccn
81009708
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)95756
Label
The charismatic leader and his followers, Martin Hengel ; translated by James Greig
Publication
Note
  • Translation of: Nachfolge und Charisma
  • The following study is based on my trial lecture given on January 25th, 1967, before the Protestant Faculty of Theology at the Eberhard Karl University in Tübingen--Pref
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
I. On the Exegesis of Mt 8.21-22: "Let the dead bury their dead" -- 1. Redaction and form criticism -- 2. What the logion states -- 3. The break with law and custom -- II. Considerations from Religionsgeschichte relating to the charismatic and eschatological background of following Jesus -- 1. The prototype of Elisha's call by Elijah -- 2. "Following" the charismatic-prophetic leader in the Holy war. -- 3. Apocalyptic prophets and Zealot leaders of the people in first century Palestine and their call to men to follow them -- 4. Charismatic and followers in the Hellenistic world -- 5. " Calling" and "Conversion" to philosophy or to the Torah in the Greek world or among the Rabbis -- 6. Following , disciple and charisma -- 7. John the Baptist and his disciples -- III. The charismatic and eschatological distinctives of Jesus call to follow him -- 1. The "Misunderstanding" of Jesus" Crucifixion -- 2.Jesus was not a "rabbi" -- 3. The rabbinic model does not explain " following after" and "discipleship" -- 4. Parallels and fundamental differences in relation to the phenomenon of apocalyptic Zealot prophecy -- 5. Jesus " call to " follow" him applies only to the individual who is called -- 6. Prophetic and charismatic features in the activity of Jesus -- 7. The unique "messianic" authority of Jesus -- 8. The meaning of Jesus call to follow Him -- 9. The tradition of the sending out of the disciples -- 10. Jesus as the teacher of his disciples and the beginning of the synoptic tradition
Control code
7577778
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xiii, 111 pages
Isbn
9780824501372
Lccn
81009708
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)95756

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