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The Resource Jesus : word made flesh, Gerard S. Sloyan

Jesus : word made flesh, Gerard S. Sloyan

Label
Jesus : word made flesh
Title
Jesus
Title remainder
word made flesh
Statement of responsibility
Gerard S. Sloyan
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1919-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Sloyan, Gerard S.
Dewey number
232
Index
index present
LC call number
BT198
LC item number
.S595 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Engaging theology
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Jesus Christ
Target audience
adult
Label
Jesus : word made flesh, Gerard S. Sloyan
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy0804/2007052136.html
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
"A Michael Glazier book."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 183-184) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 6
  • 129
  • All Other References to Jesus' Death Unlike These Playbooks
  • 133
  • Resurrection of Jesus that Changed Everything
  • 135
  • Three Non-Markan Ways of Bringing the Story to an End
  • 137
  • Chapter 6
  • Jesus in Late New Testament Epistles and Second-Century Writings
  • 146
  • Little Known of Jesus' Infancy and Early Years
  • Jesus in the Extra-Canonical Writings: 1 Clement
  • 149
  • Jesus in the Didache
  • 151
  • Letters of the Great Ignatius, Martyr
  • 153
  • Jesus in the Second-Century Apologists
  • 154
  • Jesus in the Lengthy Treatise of a Missionary Bishop
  • 155
  • 8
  • Late Apocryphal Gospels, Some Orthodox, Some Gnostic in Intent
  • 158
  • Chapter 7
  • Jesus at the Center of Doctrinal-Political Argument
  • 160
  • Vocabulary of Debate and Its Major Topic
  • 162
  • Heretical Teaching of Arius
  • 164
  • Basil's Defense of the Holy Spirit as a Divine Person
  • Jesus Grown to Adulthood
  • 166
  • Christological Teaching that Prevailed After Nicaea
  • 168
  • Nestorius's Defense of the Humanity of Christ
  • 170
  • Eutyches and the Chalcedonian Settlement
  • 172
  • 13
  • Jesus as Teacher: Debates over Law Observance
  • 13
  • Distinctive Purpose of Each Evangelist
  • 18
  • Story of Israel Without Which Jesus Cannot Be Understood
  • Chapter 1
  • 19
  • Kings and Kingdoms
  • 20
  • Influence of the Babylonian Exile and Hellenism
  • 22
  • Jesus the Quintessential Jew
  • 23
  • Chronicle Continued: The Markan Story
  • 24
  • Chapter 2
  • Who Jesus Was in the Religion of Israel
  • First We Hear of Jesus in History's Record
  • 30
  • Biblical Title Messiah (Christos), Anointed One
  • 32
  • Kyrios as Sovereign Lord or Master
  • 33
  • Jesus' Coming (Parousia) at the End in Glory
  • 35
  • Saul/Paul's Faith in Jesus Found in Other Letters
  • 37
  • 1
  • Silence of Paul's Extant Letters on Jesus' Public Life
  • 40
  • Jesus in Paul's Corinthian Correspondence
  • 42
  • Jesus of the Epistolary Corpus
  • 48
  • Signs of Jesus' Jewishness Wrongly Imposed on Gentiles
  • 52
  • Jesus in the Last Written Extant Letter of Saul/Paul
  • 56
  • Actual or Real Jesus
  • A Pauline Letter That Paul Did Not Write
  • 58
  • Jesus in Hebrews and Revelation
  • 59
  • Chapter 3
  • Knowing Jesus from What He Taught
  • 68
  • Jesus' Many Teachings in Matthew
  • 70
  • Beatitudes and the Woes
  • 2
  • 71
  • Our Father
  • 76
  • Devil in the Desert
  • 78
  • Recorded Prayers from Jesus' Lips
  • 79
  • Lengthy Prayer Spoken at the Last Supper
  • 80
  • Jesus' Descent from a Long Line of Storytellers
  • Being Raised Up from the Dead to a New Life-Fact or Fancy?
  • 81
  • More of Jesus' Teaching in Matthew
  • 85
  • Some Further Matthew Parables Explored
  • 88
  • Luke's Teachings of Jesus Special to Him
  • 93
  • Prodigality Can Mean Generous Giving but Not Here
  • 97
  • Jesus as Exorcist and Wonderworker
  • 3
  • 101
  • A Brief Foretelling of Jesus' Life, Death, and Resurrection as Bringing Redemption
  • 103
  • Chapter 4
  • What John Does with the Figure of Jesus
  • 105
  • John's Technique of Having Jesus Mystify, Then Explain
  • 108
  • Last Supper Discourse
  • 113
  • Witnesses to the Movement Rather Than to the Man
  • Chapter 5
  • Jesus' Death and Resurrection
  • 117
  • Markan Passion Narrative as Basic to Matthew and Luke
  • 118
  • Roman Legionaries and the Pilate Characterization
  • 123
  • Some Touches Proper to Luke and John
  • 127
  • Crucifixion Proper
Control code
ocn185095571
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiii, 194 pages
Isbn
9780814659915
Lccn
2007052136
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
232 S15 ; P ; XX-N ; SA ; C-NI; C0809QU1.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 185095571
  • (Sirsi) 185095571
  • (OCoLC)185095571
Label
Jesus : word made flesh, Gerard S. Sloyan
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy0804/2007052136.html
Publication
Copyright
Note
"A Michael Glazier book."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 183-184) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 6
  • 129
  • All Other References to Jesus' Death Unlike These Playbooks
  • 133
  • Resurrection of Jesus that Changed Everything
  • 135
  • Three Non-Markan Ways of Bringing the Story to an End
  • 137
  • Chapter 6
  • Jesus in Late New Testament Epistles and Second-Century Writings
  • 146
  • Little Known of Jesus' Infancy and Early Years
  • Jesus in the Extra-Canonical Writings: 1 Clement
  • 149
  • Jesus in the Didache
  • 151
  • Letters of the Great Ignatius, Martyr
  • 153
  • Jesus in the Second-Century Apologists
  • 154
  • Jesus in the Lengthy Treatise of a Missionary Bishop
  • 155
  • 8
  • Late Apocryphal Gospels, Some Orthodox, Some Gnostic in Intent
  • 158
  • Chapter 7
  • Jesus at the Center of Doctrinal-Political Argument
  • 160
  • Vocabulary of Debate and Its Major Topic
  • 162
  • Heretical Teaching of Arius
  • 164
  • Basil's Defense of the Holy Spirit as a Divine Person
  • Jesus Grown to Adulthood
  • 166
  • Christological Teaching that Prevailed After Nicaea
  • 168
  • Nestorius's Defense of the Humanity of Christ
  • 170
  • Eutyches and the Chalcedonian Settlement
  • 172
  • 13
  • Jesus as Teacher: Debates over Law Observance
  • 13
  • Distinctive Purpose of Each Evangelist
  • 18
  • Story of Israel Without Which Jesus Cannot Be Understood
  • Chapter 1
  • 19
  • Kings and Kingdoms
  • 20
  • Influence of the Babylonian Exile and Hellenism
  • 22
  • Jesus the Quintessential Jew
  • 23
  • Chronicle Continued: The Markan Story
  • 24
  • Chapter 2
  • Who Jesus Was in the Religion of Israel
  • First We Hear of Jesus in History's Record
  • 30
  • Biblical Title Messiah (Christos), Anointed One
  • 32
  • Kyrios as Sovereign Lord or Master
  • 33
  • Jesus' Coming (Parousia) at the End in Glory
  • 35
  • Saul/Paul's Faith in Jesus Found in Other Letters
  • 37
  • 1
  • Silence of Paul's Extant Letters on Jesus' Public Life
  • 40
  • Jesus in Paul's Corinthian Correspondence
  • 42
  • Jesus of the Epistolary Corpus
  • 48
  • Signs of Jesus' Jewishness Wrongly Imposed on Gentiles
  • 52
  • Jesus in the Last Written Extant Letter of Saul/Paul
  • 56
  • Actual or Real Jesus
  • A Pauline Letter That Paul Did Not Write
  • 58
  • Jesus in Hebrews and Revelation
  • 59
  • Chapter 3
  • Knowing Jesus from What He Taught
  • 68
  • Jesus' Many Teachings in Matthew
  • 70
  • Beatitudes and the Woes
  • 2
  • 71
  • Our Father
  • 76
  • Devil in the Desert
  • 78
  • Recorded Prayers from Jesus' Lips
  • 79
  • Lengthy Prayer Spoken at the Last Supper
  • 80
  • Jesus' Descent from a Long Line of Storytellers
  • Being Raised Up from the Dead to a New Life-Fact or Fancy?
  • 81
  • More of Jesus' Teaching in Matthew
  • 85
  • Some Further Matthew Parables Explored
  • 88
  • Luke's Teachings of Jesus Special to Him
  • 93
  • Prodigality Can Mean Generous Giving but Not Here
  • 97
  • Jesus as Exorcist and Wonderworker
  • 3
  • 101
  • A Brief Foretelling of Jesus' Life, Death, and Resurrection as Bringing Redemption
  • 103
  • Chapter 4
  • What John Does with the Figure of Jesus
  • 105
  • John's Technique of Having Jesus Mystify, Then Explain
  • 108
  • Last Supper Discourse
  • 113
  • Witnesses to the Movement Rather Than to the Man
  • Chapter 5
  • Jesus' Death and Resurrection
  • 117
  • Markan Passion Narrative as Basic to Matthew and Luke
  • 118
  • Roman Legionaries and the Pilate Characterization
  • 123
  • Some Touches Proper to Luke and John
  • 127
  • Crucifixion Proper
Control code
ocn185095571
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiii, 194 pages
Isbn
9780814659915
Lccn
2007052136
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
232 S15 ; P ; XX-N ; SA ; C-NI; C0809QU1.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 185095571
  • (Sirsi) 185095571
  • (OCoLC)185095571

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