Jesus was thought to participate in the divine identity of the one God of the full text of Bauckham’s classic book God Crucified but also other. God Crucified has ratings and 15 reviews. Eric said: Bauckham is a beast. Don’t want to become convinced that Jesus is God? Then don’t read this book. God Crucified: Monotheism and Christology in the. New Testament. By Richard Bauckham. Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 79 pp. $ Richard Bauckham.

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Bauckham first shows that early Judaism had clear ways of distinguishing God absolutely from all other reality. The Mystery of Christ’s Baptism. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? However, he notes that in both the Old Testament and Second Temple literature, God’s Word and Wisdom are personified as part of the unique divine identity.

Biblical Theology and the Problems of Monotheism.

According to Richard Bauckham, the earliest Christology was already the highest Christology, a fully divine Christology entirely compatible with the Jewish monotheistic understanding of God. Bauckham calls these chapters “Deutero-Isaiah” while recognising that early Christians would not have seen the middle section of Isaiah in that way.

God Crucified: Monotheism and Christology in the New Testament

His findings deserve to be taken into account by others working in the fields of Christology and the doctrine of the trinity.

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Originating as the prestigious Didsbury Lectures, “God Crucified makes a significant contribution to biblical studies of baickham to Jews and Christians alike. Posted by Guy Davies at 3: A functional christology, in which Jesus exercises the functions of lordship without being ontically divine, would have been problematic for Jewish monotheism, since the unique sovereignty of God was not something God could delegate to someone else.


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Bauckham helps us understand early Jewish monotheism as the context for New Testament christology. Account Options Sign in. Series Didsbury lectures ; Didsbury lectures ; Comments and reviews What are comments? Monotheism and Christology in the New Testament Didsbury lectures. Definitely need a bible with baucckham to look at context of the scriptures.

Baukham is not not attacking our understanding of ontic deity, but challenging that this is all that crucifier should discuss. In my opinion, his thesis fails on every single point by making gross generalizations and by ignoring massive amounts of evidence, dismissing anything that counters his argument as irrelevant.

In the Jewish monotheism of the Second Temple, the identity of God was understood by analogy with human identity, which includes both character and personal story. May 27, Shane Williamson rated it it was amazing. Read reviews that mention new testament identity of god divine identity second temple unique identity jesus christ jewish monotheism bauckham argues jesus is god god bauckham evidence argument arguments dismisses included christian context earliest identified prove.

Esto es un total reves aquellos que creen que fuera de Jesus no hay otro Dios.

This book analyzes the inclusion of Jesus Christ into the identify of God. See all 15 reviews. Recent discussion of the interpretation of New Testament Christology has been closely linked with debate about the nature of Jewish monotheism in the period.

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The book begins slow, working through some academic arguments about the nature of 1st century Jewish monotheistic beliefs. Finally we come to God Crucified: Bauckham concludes by showing both the novelty and consistency of this fullest revelation of who God is in a jaw-dropping exploration of Philippians 2, Revelation, and the gospel of John. Selected pages Title Page. That is to say, there are other supernatural being and intermediary figures but all of these figures are still created.

Can’t recommend this book highly enough. The Holy Spirit in the Life of Jesus: This single location in South Australia: I don’t much care for the critical theories that question the unity of Isaiah, but I don’t want to get into all that now. I’m sure some of your readers will find it very helpful. Bauckham’s vision of Jesus doesn’t play well with Western aka Greek thought, but I think that’s part of the point.

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