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Harvard Theological Studies 55

Jesus among Her Children

Q, Eschatology, and the Construction of Christian Origins

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ISBN 9780674018990

Publication Date: 06/15/2006

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  • Acknowledgments
  • Abbreviations
  • Short Titles
  • Introduction
  • It’s the End of the World as We Know It
  • Part I: The Children of Sophia: De-Centering Q’s Jesus
    • 1. Eschatology and Identity: Q’s Jesus and Christian Diversity
    • 2. Eschatology and Community: Traditions of Solidarity in Q 7:18–35
    • 3. Eschatology and Theology: The Judgmental Jesus and John’s Opening Speech in Q 3:7–9, 16–17
  • Part II: Jesus Among the Children of Sophia: Re-Focusing Q’s Jesus
    • 4. Eschatology and Christology: The Problem of the Uniqueness of Jesus
    • 5. Eschatology and the Basileia: The Uniqueness of Jesus in Q 11:14–26
    • 6. Eschatology and Apocalyptic: The Son of Humanity in Q 11:16, 29–32
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • Index of Ancient Sources
  • Index of Subjects

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