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From Messiah to Preexistent Son

From Messiah to Preexistent Son

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Jesus' Self-Conscousness and Early Christian Exegesis of Messinic Psalms
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Aquila H.I. Lee explores the development of early Christian understanding of Jesus as the preexistent Son of God. He argues that neither the personification of various attributes of God, nor speculations about principal angels and a preexistent messiah in Second Temple Judaism ever provided a ready-made category for viewing Jesus as a divine and preexistent being alongside God. An examination of the Synoptic evidence for Jesus' self-consciousness of divine sonship and divine mission in the whole context of his life and teaching shows that his self-understanding was open to interpretation in terms of pre-existence. The author also examines the early Christian use of Pss 110:1 and 2:7 against this background. He proposes that the root of preexistent Son Christology is to be found in early Christian exegesis of these two messianic psalms in the light of Jesus¿ self-consciousness of divine sonship and divine mission. Aquila Lee finally argues that the pre-Pauline 'sending' formula "God sent his Son" (Gal 4:4-5; Rom 8:3-4; Jn 3:16-17; and 1 Jn 4:9) derives from this understanding of Jesus as the preexistent Son of God rather than from divine wisdom christology.

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Autor: Aquila H. I. Lee
ISBN-13: 9783161486166
ISBN: 3161486161
Einband: Taschenbuch
Seiten: 375
Gewicht: 591 g
Format: 236x154x22 mm
Sprache: Deutsch

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Autor: Aquila H. I. Lee
ISBN-13:: 9783161486166
ISBN: 3161486161
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.04.2005
Verlag: Mohr Siebeck GmbH & Co. K
Gewicht: 591g
Seiten: 375
Sprache: Deutsch
Auflage 05001, 1. Auflage
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 236x154x22 mm