- Author:Jarl E. Fossum
- Publisher:Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht GmbH & Co KG (February 1996)
- Pages:190 pages
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The Image Of The Invis. Mysticism on Early Christology (Novum Testamentum Et Orbis Antiquus (NTOA))
The Image Of The Invis. Image of the Invisible God: Essays on the Influence of Jewish Mysticism on Early Christology (Novum Testamentum Et Orbis Antiquus (NTOA)). 3525539320 (ISBN13: 9783525539323). This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
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In addition, the literature on early Jewish and Christian mysticism is not . The Essay on Living A Lie The Invisible Ma.and how he fits within it.
In addition, the literature on early Jewish and Christian mysticism is not the possession of a single religious community, or maintained by a single religious community. While there is mounting evidence that the main origins of mystic tradition were in Jewish priestly circles, most of the literature on the subject of mysticism is from a variety of esoteric Jews and Christians over the course of several centuries. Known by the Greeks as the Holy Ones, these.
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See, for instance, Fossum, Jarl, The Image of the Invisible God: Essays on the Influence of Jewish Mysticism on Early Christology (NTOA 30; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 1995) and Newman, Carey . Paul's Glory-Christology: Tradition and Rhetoric (NovTSup 6. Paul's Glory-Christology: Tradition and Rhetoric (NovTSup 69; Leiden: Brill, 1992). Regarding the presence of the divine Form topic (morphe, eikon, and smot) in Gnostic materials, see, . Marcus (Irenaeus Haer.
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Fossum, Jarl E. The Image of the Invisible God: Essays on the Influence of Jewish Mysticism on Early Christology Freiburg, Schweiz: Universitätsverlag, Göttingen: Vanden-hoeck und Ruprecht, 1995. Many statements about Jesus in the Gospel according to John can be paralleled by what is said about Metatron in 3 Enoch and the Son in Valentinian Gnosticism. Perhaps the most striking similarity is that they all are represented as the possessor of the Name of God, the concept of which plays an enormous role in Judaism
Second Temple Jewish Monotheism In relation to discussions of early Christology, three views on the nature of Second Temple Jewish monotheism have emerged within the last century. On this school and its investigation of early Christology, see Jarl Fossum, The New che Schule: The Quest for Jewish Christology, in Euguen H. Lovering, J. e. SBL Seminar Papers 1991 (SBLSP 30; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1991), 638–646; Jarl Fossum, The Image of the Invisible God: Essays on the Influence of Jewish Mysticism on Early Christology (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1995.