Christ in Christian Tradition, Volume Two: Part One: The by Aloys Grillmeier

By Aloys Grillmeier

A enormous paintings in scope and content material, Aloys Grillmeier's Chirst within the Christian Tradition bargains scholars and students a accomplished exposition of Western writing at the historical past of doctrine. quantity , half One, covers the improvement of Christology from the Council of Chalcedon to the start of the guideline of Emperor Justinian I.

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4-9), Paul telescopes several keynote themes (see D. Martin 1995: 55). First, the salutation emphasizes God's one 'deliberative assembly' (EKKATIOICX)9 in Corinth. In non-biblical Greek Wisdom tradition. Thiselton (1977-78) and Tuckett (1996) point to4overrealized eschatology' among church members. For a critique of the various positions, see Adams 2000: 94-97. 4. See Barclay 1992: 57-59; Lindemann 1996: 86. 5. Cf. Lampe 1994:40-41; Furnish 1999: 7,19. Adams correctly concludes that the 'dominant theological perspective of 1 Corinthians is an apocalyptic one' (2000: 106).

D. 146 Paul was like many of the early Christians who understood their religious experiences - including but not limited to the appearances of the risen Christ - as revelations that proved to be sources of cognitive content and provided direction in religious matters (Hurtado 2000:183,187-89, 196-99,204). For the most part, however, modern scholarship does not deal with the religious experience and power that were of first importance to the New Tes144. See Meeks 1982a; 1982b; 1983; 1986a; 1986b; 1986c; 1987; 1988; 1990; 1991; 1993a; 1993b; 1996.

8;2Cor. 12,16. These passages lead some interpreters to make the claim that Paul was a Jewish apocalyptic visionary and/or mystic and that these experiences, particularly the one described in 2 Cor. 1-7, ground Paul's apostolic claims. , Kim 1984; Segal 1990; 1998; 1999; Morray-Jones 1992; Rowland 1982; 1983; 1988a; 1995a; 1995b; Tabor 1986; Ashton 2000; and Gorman 2001: 25. For a less positive view of this claim, see Barrett 1973: 33-34; cf. Bornkamm 1971: 21-22. 116. See Gorman 2001: 20; cf. Col.

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