The Aims of Jesus

The Aims of Jesus Ben F. Meyer
  • Title: The Aims of Jesus
  • Author: Ben F. Meyer
  • ISBN: 9781556350412
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Aims of Jesus Ben F. Meyer The Aims of Jesus Previously published by SCM Press Ltd
    Previously published by SCM Press Ltd 2002.
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    1. This book was first published in 1979 and therefore doesn t interact with the latest in historical Jesus research But the amazing thing about this book is that it anticipates so much and is used by so much of it The introduction by NT Wright spells out the significance of this book the strengths of Meyer s approach where still so many scholars are lacking Like Wright, Meyer writes with a sharp wit which easily dissects the absurdities of earlier skeptics while still maintaining a critical eye on [...]

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    2. In what is probably his important work, Meyer cogently outlines a way forward in historical Jesus studies The book s strengths are primarily methodological Drawing from Bernard Lonergan s critical realism, Meyer sets forth a method of historical investigation that eschews what he sees as the fatal flaw in most of modern criticism the burden of anti supernaturalist, anti dogmatic, anti establishment Enlightenment presuppositions on the gospel accounts These, according to Meyer, make actual histo [...]

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    3. I was taught by this man He knows biblical exegesis and deals with the problems of the last things, eschatology, well Although I must admit, he is heavy

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    4. An important reevaluation of the quest for the historical Jesus focusing on Jesus motivations and goals It definitely proves the maxim that brevity is the soul of wit.

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    5. very very difficult to read but good if you re willing to mow through it.

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