05
Jan
08

New: The Messiah

A not-so-recent announcement from Fortress; this book has been available for a few months. But it’s still well worth a look, as it features Yale University’s most potent tag team… Profs. John and Adela Collins! Everything you’ve always wanted to know about early messianism in one handy volume.


Scholars Present Classic Contours of Jewish and Christian Hope

In The Messiah, leading scholars offer succinct and illuminating essays on currents of messianic thought in the formative centuries of Judaism and Christianity, providing precision in thinking about “messianic” images and tradition. Special features designed with the student in mind include a map, a glossary of terms, and a timeline of significant events.

Contents

Introduction Magnus Zetterholm

Part One: Formation
Pre-Christian Jewish Messianism: An Overview
John J. Collins, Yale University
The Messiah as Son of God in the Synoptic Gospels
Professor Adela Yarbro Collins, Yale University
Paul and the Missing Messiah
Magnus Zetterholm, Lund University

Part Two: Development
Elijah and the Messiah as Spokesman of Rabbinic Ideology
Karin Hedner-Zetterholm, Lund University
The Reception of Messianism and the Worship of Christ in the Post-Apostolic Church
Jan-Eric Steppa, Lund University

Magnus Zetterholm
is Adjunct Associate Professor in Religious Studies at Linköping University, Sweden.

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