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Jesus and the Rise of Nationalism - Halvor Moxnes

Jesus and the Rise of Nationalism

A New Quest for the Nineteenth Century Historical Jesus

The great German theologian Albert Schweitzer famously drew a line under nineteenth-century historical Jesus research by showing that at the bottom of the well lay not the face of Joseph's son, but rather the features of all the New Testament scholars who had tried to reveal his elusive essence. Les mer
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The great German theologian Albert Schweitzer famously drew a line under nineteenth-century historical Jesus research by showing that at the bottom of the well lay not the face of Joseph's son, but rather the features of all the New Testament scholars who had tried to reveal his elusive essence.
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Forlag: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 288
ISBN: 9781788310765
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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Acknowledgements
Introduction
Chapter one: Writing a biography of Jesus in an age of nationalism
Chapter two: Holy Land as homeland. The nineteenth-century landscape of Jesus
Chapter three: Imagining a nation. Schleiermacher's Jesus as teacher to the nation
Chapter four: a Protestant nation. D.F. Strauss and Jesus for 'the German people'
Chapter five: 'Familiar and foreign'. Life of Jesus in the Orientalism of Renan
Chapter six: the manly nation. Moral landscape and national character in George Adam Smith's The Historical Geography of the Holy Land
Chapter seven: Jesus beyond nationalism - imagining a post-national world
Halvor Moxnes is Professor of New Testament Studies at the University of Oslo and a member of the Norwegian Academy of Sciences and Letters. His previous books include Constructing Early Christian Families (1997) and Putting Jesus in his Place: A Radical Vision of Household and Kingdom (2004).