Fracture : the cross as irreconcilable in the language and thought of the biblical writers / Roy A. Harrisville.

By: Harrisville, Roy APublication details: Grand Rapids, Mich. : William B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., c2006Description: xi, 298 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 080283308X (pbk. : alk. paper)Subject(s): Jesus Christ -- Crucifixion | Bible. N.T. -- Criticism, interpretation, etcLOC classification: BT450 | .H37 2006Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Introduction -- Textbook history without breaks -- Where revolutions begin -- Polarization -- "Jews demand signs" -- "Greeks desire wisdom" -- "Conversion" or "call" -- Paul -- The evangelists -- The fathers -- A new world -- The convert -- Continuity and contrast -- The death of Jesus in Paul -- The Old Testament cultic and legal tradition -- Use and fracture of wisdom, sacrifice, and the law -- Use and fracture of apocalyptic -- Use and fracture of stoicism -- Use and fracture of gnosis -- Use and fracture of the pre-pauline Christian tradition -- The pauline experiential theology -- Paul and the cross in the believer's life -- The death of Jesus in Mark -- The scheme -- Old Testament theology -- Use and fracture of the servant motif -- Use and fracture of apocalyptic -- Use and fracture of the divine man -- Use and fracture of the pre-marcan tradition -- The death of Jesus in Matthew -- The scheme -- Use and fracture of Old Testament theology and apocalyptic -- Use and fracture of nomism -- The death of Jesus in Luke -- Luke and the heilsgeschichtlich scheme -- A second reading -- Use : martyrs and wisdom -- Fracture : the divine necessity -- Synoptic confession of the crucified -- The death of Jesus in John -- The debate -- The scheme -- Use and fracture of Judaism -- Use and fracture of gnosis -- The death of Jesus in Hebrews -- The death of Jesus -- Hebrews and Judaism -- Use and fracture of the cultic -- Use and fracture of apocalyptic -- Use and fracture of hellenistic Bible exegesis -- Use and fracture of gnosis -- The death of Jesus in the First Epistle of Peter -- The independence of the Epistle -- Use and fracture of the Old Testament and Judaism -- Hellenization and its fracture -- Gnosis and its fracture -- Christian sources and their fracture.
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Introduction -- Textbook history without breaks -- Where revolutions begin -- Polarization -- "Jews demand signs" -- "Greeks desire wisdom" -- "Conversion" or "call" -- Paul -- The evangelists -- The fathers -- A new world -- The convert -- Continuity and contrast -- The death of Jesus in Paul -- The Old Testament cultic and legal tradition -- Use and fracture of wisdom, sacrifice, and the law -- Use and fracture of apocalyptic -- Use and fracture of stoicism -- Use and fracture of gnosis -- Use and fracture of the pre-pauline Christian tradition -- The pauline experiential theology -- Paul and the cross in the believer's life -- The death of Jesus in Mark -- The scheme -- Old Testament theology -- Use and fracture of the servant motif -- Use and fracture of apocalyptic -- Use and fracture of the divine man -- Use and fracture of the pre-marcan tradition -- The death of Jesus in Matthew -- The scheme -- Use and fracture of Old Testament theology and apocalyptic -- Use and fracture of nomism -- The death of Jesus in Luke -- Luke and the heilsgeschichtlich scheme -- A second reading -- Use : martyrs and wisdom -- Fracture : the divine necessity -- Synoptic confession of the crucified -- The death of Jesus in John -- The debate -- The scheme -- Use and fracture of Judaism -- Use and fracture of gnosis -- The death of Jesus in Hebrews -- The death of Jesus -- Hebrews and Judaism -- Use and fracture of the cultic -- Use and fracture of apocalyptic -- Use and fracture of hellenistic Bible exegesis -- Use and fracture of gnosis -- The death of Jesus in the First Epistle of Peter -- The independence of the Epistle -- Use and fracture of the Old Testament and Judaism -- Hellenization and its fracture -- Gnosis and its fracture -- Christian sources and their fracture.