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Jesus Is The Christ: The Messianic Testimony Of The Gospels

Michael F Bird

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code: 334992
  • Product Code: 9781842277461
  • ISBN: 1842277464
  • EAN: 9781842277461
  • E-Store: Academic
  • Category: Theology
  • Sub-Category: Christology
  • Publisher: Paternoster
  • Date Published: Jun 2012
  • Authentic Media sales rank: #2850
Physical Properties
  • Dimensions: 17 x 140 x 216 mm
  • Weight: 0.257kg
  • Pages: 192

Description

Explains the importance of the title and role of Messiah in each of the Gospels and argues that Christianity was a messianic movement rooted in its Jewish context.

Michael Bird engages the subject of the messianism of the four Gospels. While the title and role of 'Messiah' ascribed to Jesus in the Gospels has long been regarded as a late add on, a fabricated claim, or an insignificant feature, Bird argues in contrast that the messianic claims are the most significant for the portrayal of Jesus.


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Explains the importance of the title and role of Messiah in each of the Gospels and argues that Christianity was a messianic movement rooted in its Jewish context.

Michael Bird engages the subject of the messianism of the four Gospels. While the title and role of 'Messiah' ascribed to Jesus in the Gospels has long been regarded as a late add on, a fabricated claim, or an insignificant feature, Bird argues in contrast that the messianic claims are the most significant for the portrayal of Jesus.


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Explains the importance of the title and role of Messiah in each of the Gospels and argues that Christianity was a messianic movement rooted in its Jewish context.

Michael Bird engages the subject of the messianism of the four Gospels. While the title and role of 'Messiah' ascribed to Jesus in the Gospels has long been regarded as a late add on, a fabricated claim, or an insignificant feature, Bird argues in contrast that the messianic claims are the most significant for the portrayal of Jesus.


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