The Theology of the First Christians

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Westminster John Knox Press, 1 janv. 1997 - 396 pages

In The Theology of the First Christians, Walter Schmithals offers a comprehensive history of the development of religious thought from the preaching of Jesus to the formation of the New Testament canon. This well-researched volume will be of great interest to New Testament scholars and students.

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A Key to Early Christianitys
21
The Sayings on the Present Work of the Son of
31
The Messianic Secret and Its Revelation
39
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54
The Sitz im Leben and the Theologicalhistorical Significance
60
Pauls Conversion Theology
63
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71
Conclusion
79
Worship in Early Christianity
180
The Church
185
The Origin and Development
214
On the Problem of Baptizing Children
230
The Origin and Development
238
The Conflict between
258
The Old Testament in the New
278
The Importance of the Gospels in the History
312

Damascene Christianity
85
The Antiochene Soteriology Based on Jesus Passion
91
Dying and Rising with Christ
99
Pauls Independent Gentile Mission outside the Synagogue
113
Traditional Teaching Texts in Pauls Letters
120
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126
Paul and Greek Philosophy
136
Rom 71820
143
The Historicity of Ethics in Early Christianity
335
The Origins of the New Testament
357
Abbreviations
370
Index of New Testament Scripture
385
The Concept of Church
386
Index of Modern Authors
392
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Walter Schmithals taught New Testament at the Kirchliche Hochschule. He lives in Berlin.

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