The Prophet Jesus & the Renewal of Israel Paperback
Moving Beyond a Diversionary Debate
by Richard Horsley;
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The Prophet Jesus & the Renewal of Israel
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Drawing on his wide-ranging earlier scholarship, Horsley refocuses and reformulates investigation of the historical Jesus in a thoroughly relational-contextual approach. He recognizes that the sources for the historical Jesus are not separate sayings, but rather the sustained Gospel narratives of Jesus' mission. Horsley's new approach finds Jesus the popular prophet engaged in a movement of renewal, resistance, and judgment against Roman imperialism, Jerusalem rulers, and the Pharisees.
The Prophet Jesus & the Renewal of Israel by Richard Horsley was published by Eerdmans Publishing Company in October 2012 and is our 9944th best seller. The ISBN for The Prophet Jesus & the Renewal of Israel is 9780802868077.
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historical Jesus. . . . Through a holistic reading of the earliest Gospel sources, Horsley provides us with a fresh portrait of Jesus, one that is rooted in the realia of Galilee's first-century social and cultural context. An impressive work!" - Robert L. Webb, McMaster University
"If it's true that you can't judge a book by its cover, it is equally true that you can't judge the significance of a book by its size. This small volume by Richard Horsley is proof of that truth. It provides that rarest of qualities -- perspective -- and distills a lifetime of study even as it revisits debates past and present. . . . A must-read for anyone studying the ongoing quest of the historical Jesus." - William R. Herzog II, Andover Newton Theological School
"A brilliant book that challenges much that is assumed by modern scholars. Horsley brings into focus a better method for ascertaining Jesus' message, urging us to ponder that Jesus was a prophet who sought to launch a renewal of Israel. This refreshing and challenging book would be ideal in classrooms." - James H. Charlesworth, Princeton Theological Seminary
"The clearest expression yet of Horsley's distinctive and important contribution to the quest for the historical Jesus. . . .This is must reading for students and scholars seeking a picture of Jesus as one who truly belongs to first-century Palestine." - David Rhoads, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
"In this superbly written and clearly argued little book, Horsley restates his case for a prophetic Jesus actively engaged in the struggle against Roman imperial rule. But this time he brings to the table new claims about method and sharp criticism for both the defenders and opponents of Schweitzer's apocalyptic hypothesis. . . . Scholars and questers of every level of expertise will want to read this new book from one of our most prolific and treasured scholars." - Stephen J. Patterson, Willamette University
"Horsley persuasively argues that neither Jesus' sayings nor apocalyptic texts (Daniel, 1 Enoch) envision 'cosmic catastrophe' or the 'end of the world.' Rather, in the midst of historical crises, these texts proclaim judgment of oppressive empires and restoration of the people by God -- a compelling future on earth." - Barbara R. Rossing, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
"This stimulating study offers insightful critique, important challenge, and significant results." - Warren Carter, Brite Divinity School
Details for The Prophet Jesus & the Renewal of Israel
|Author / Artist||Richard Horsley|
|Publisher||Eerdmans Publishing Company (October 2012)|
|Number of Pages||161|
|Page last updated||24th December 2015|