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0800617061
Author:
Pheme Perkins,Reginald H. Fuller
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Theology
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Fortress Pr; 1st Paperback Edition edition (May 1, 1983)
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Reginald H. Fuller's treatise, The Foundations of New Testament . "Who Is This Christ?: Gospel Christology and Contemporary Faith - Summary from Theology Today". Retrieved 19 February 2019.

Reginald H. Fuller's treatise, The Foundations of New Testament Christology (1965), illustrates aspects of his scholarly publications. The book defines key terms, states assumptions, describes the method used, and develops implications in cumulative fashion.

With R. Fuller, Who Is This Christ? . Essays in Honor of Reginald H. Fuller (ed. A. Hultgren and B. Hall; Cincinnati: Forward Movement Publications, 1990) 68-76. Theology and Christology in the Fourth Gospel. Fuller, Who Is This Christ? Philadelphia: Fortress, 1983. Third printing 1986; Japanese translation, 1991). Proclamation Series 3). Philadelphia: Fortress, 1984. Resurrection: The Early Christian Witness and Contemporary Reflection. Garden City: Doubleday, 1984. BETL CLXXIV; Louvain: Peeters, 2005, pp. 245–76.

Christology: Its nature and methods - The historical Jesus and Christology - The Easter . Testament to Chalcedon - Christology and culture - The ultimacy of Christ in a pluralistic world.

Christology: Its nature and methods - The historical Jesus and Christology - The Easter event - The titles of Jesus in early Christology - Wisdom traditions and Christology - Mark as narrative Christology - Christology in Matthew and Luke - Johannine Christology of the Divine Son - The crucified God - From the New.

Who Is This Christ book. Who Is This Christ? Gospel Christology and Contemporary Faith. 0800617061 (ISBN13: 9780800617066). Fuller and Pheme Perkins, 1983

Reginald H. Fuller and Pheme Perkins, 1983. Who Is This Christ?: Gospel Christology and Contemporary Faith, Fortress. Summary from Theology Today. Reginald H. Fuller and Daniel Westberg, 2006, 3rd e. Preaching the Lectionary: The Word of God for the Church Today, Liturgical. Arland J. Hultgren and Barbara Hall, e. 1990. Christ and His Communities: Essays in Honor of Reginald H. Fuller, Forward Movement. ISBN 0-88028-104-9 (Also contains CV, publications list through 1989, & an intimate introductory essay by Ilse Fuller on .

Who Is This Christ?: Gospel Christology and Contemporary Faith (with Pheme Perkins). Sir Edwyn Hoskyns and the Contemporary Relevance of Biblical Theology. New Testament Studies 30 (1984): 321-34. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1983. Proclamation 3: Aids for Interpreting the Lessons of the Church Year, Series B. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1984. II. Journal Articles 1940-49 "The Church in Wiirttemberg, 1938-39. Theology 41 (1940): 219-26, 268-76. I Cor. 6:1-11, An Exegetical Paper. Ex Auditu 2 (1986): 96-104. The Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus according to John. Chicago Studies 25 (1986): 51-63.

Who is this Christ? Gospel christology and contemporary faith. by Reginald H. Fuller. Published 1983 by Fortress Press in Philadelphia. Bible, Criticism, interpretation. 232. Library of Congress. Fuller - Recorded as Fuler, Fuller, Fullard, Volker, Voller, Vollers, and probably others, this is an English medieval surname. Who Is This Christ?: Gospel Christology and Contemporary Faith," Fortress. ISBN 0-8006-1706-1 ( from "Theology Today") Reginald H. "Preaching the Lectionary: The Word of God for the Church Today", Liturgical. It is or was occupational for a cloth dresser from the pre 7th Century word fullere, from the Roman (Latin) fullo to r smoot. urnames reference. Summary from Theology Today

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Who Is This Christ?: Gospel Christology and Contemporary Faith