The People Called: The Growth of Community in the Bible

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Westminster John Knox Press, 2001 M01 1 - 564 páginas

In this unique work, Paul Hanson traces the concept of "community" from its early biblical origins through the end of the apostolic age. This edition includes a chapter devoted to the contemporary implications of this concept and in his new introduction, the author further explores the importance of this theme.

 

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Contenido

The Birth of theYahwistic Notion of Community
10
Yahweh Majestic in Holiness
26
Faith Coming to Expression
41
according to the Nahala
63
Summary of the Characteristics of the Early
69
Yahwistic Notion of Community 69
87
Prophecy and Kingship
136
The Contribution of Southern
177
Witnesses to an Alternative Vision Joel Ruth
312
Maccabean Revolt Judith and Ecclesiasticus
325
Diverse Notions of Community in the Last
340
Community in the Teaching of Jesus Matthew
382
The Birth of the Church as Response to Gods
427
Implications
467
Underlying Presuppositions and Method
519
E The Historical Relationship between
540

Crisis and Reformulation Ezekiel
215
Return from Exile and Attempts to Reconstitute
253
to Adversity
269
The Consolidation of the Community Around
291

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Paul D. Hanson is Florence Corliss Lamont Professor of Divinity and Professor of Old Testament at Harvard Divinity School and the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations.

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