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by Jeffrey F. Keuss
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  • Author:
    Jeffrey F. Keuss
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    0754606279
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    978-0754606277
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    Routledge; 1 edition (April 28, 2002)
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    226 pages
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This title was first published in 2002: A Poetics of Jesus explores the act of writing within and between the boundaries of 19th century biblical criticism and fiction.

A Poetics of Jesus explores the act of writing within and between the boundaries of 19th century biblical .

A Poetics of Jesus explores the act of writing within and between the boundaries of 19th century biblical criticism and fiction. Reflecting on the work of Christian poetics after Augustine to Baur, Feuerbach, Friedrich Strauss and Victorian novelists of the eighteenth and nineteenth century, this book breaks new ground in juxtaposing the evoked image of Christ arising from A Poetics of Jesus explores the act of writing within and between the boundaries of 19th century biblical criticism and fiction.

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The study of the place of Jesus in the history of human culture must begin with the New Testament.

Jesus Through the Centuries: His Place in the History of Culture. The study of the place of Jesus in the history of human culture must begin with the New Testament. This is not simply for the self-evident reason that all representations of him since the first century have been based-or, at any rate, have claimed to be based-on the New Testament, although of course they have. Charles Wesley wrote this familiar English hymn soon after the conversion of his brother John in 1738, when his heart had been strangely warmed through a reading of Martin Luther’s Preface to the Epistle to the Romans.

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School"; Jeffrey F. Keuss, "David Friedrich Strauss and Ludwig Feuerbach: The . Keuss, "David Friedrich Strauss and Ludwig Feuerbach: The Rise of Sturm und Drang in Biblical Scholarship"; James A. Sanders, "Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible: Masoretes to the Nineteenth Century"; J. W. Rogerson, "Wilhelm De Wette and His Contempraries"; Bill T. Arnold and David B. Schreiner, "Graf and Wellhausen, and Their Legacy"; Dirk Jongkind, "The Text and Lexicography of the. New Testament in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries"; J. G. D. Dunn, "The Quest for the Historical Jesus and its Implicatio.

A Poetics of Jesus explores the act of writing within and between the boundaries of 19th century biblical criticism and fiction. Reflecting on the work of Christian poetics after Augustine to Baur, Feuerbach, Friedrich Strauss and Victorian novelists of the eighteenth and nineteenth century, this book breaks new ground in juxtaposing the evoked image of Christ arising from Victorian biblical criticism against the image of Christ within fiction, letting both these images and the words that figured them interact. This book offers a highly accessible introduction to 19th century literature and theology through comparisons made to contemporary post-modern theorists. Demonstrating how literature can inform theology without itself becoming 'theology', this book constitutes an important contribution to the literature/theology debate and a much needed contribution to contemporary Christology through its introduction to the literature and the writers central to the beginnings of the historical quest for Jesus.