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ISBN:
0687446376
Author:
Ellis Rivkin
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Theology
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English
Publisher:
Abingdon Pr (January 1, 1984)
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124 pages
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The Political Execution of a Charismatic. What Crucified Jesus?" provides an important bridge of reconciliation between Jews and Christians.

The Political Execution of a Charismatic.

What Crucified Jesus? The Political Execution of a Charismatic. 0687446376 (ISBN13: 9780687446377).

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Jesus Was a Jew: Jesus the Revolutionary by Sid Hall. Readings: Luke 4:14-21 Ellis Rivkin, What Crucified Jesus? The Political Execution of a Charismatic (1984), pp. 23, 27 & 124. For over two thousand years, we have been getting to know Jesus through theology, history, creeds, inquisitions, reformations, biblical stories, hymns, and personal experiences. Yet many of us have never been given the opportunity to explore in depth who Jesus was below the surface of myth and faith-to actually see him in the context of the rich and formative Judaism he lived.

What Crucified Jesus? - Ellis Rivkin. Never was the time more ripe or more ready for a spirit capable of charting a trajectory from life to Life-a spirit whose earthly fate would not be his destiny.

What Crucified Jesus? book The Sanhedrin wasn't a religious council but a political tool used by Caiaphas in working with the governor

What Crucified Jesus? book. This landmark book by noted scholar Dr. Ellis Rivkin examines. Rivkin then describes what he calls 'a charismatic of charismatics', an anointed inspirational figure who because of his popularity, because of the crowds, because of the support, because of the inherent challenge to one called 'Lord' the fate that awaits would almost certainly be the cross. The Sanhedrin wasn't a religious council but a political tool used by Caiaphas in working with the governor. As our creeds state, Jesus was crucified under Pontius Pilate.

The crucifixion of Jesus occurred in 1st-century Judea, most likely between AD 30 and 33. Jesus' crucifixion is described in the four canonical gospels, referred to in the New Testament epistles, attested to by other ancient sources, and is esta. Jesus' crucifixion is described in the four canonical gospels, referred to in the New Testament epistles, attested to by other ancient sources, and is established as a historical event confirmed by non-Christian sources, although there is no consensus among historians on the exact details.

What crucified Jesus. In his Preface to this book, Professor E. P. Sanders writes: 'In the last several decades the study of the New Testament has been often enriched by the contributions of Jewish scholars, who bring t. More). The Utilization of Non-Jewish Sources for the Reconstruction of Jewish History.

Ellis Rivkin is now to be added to this distinguished list. The book is brilliantly conceived and admirably argued. His study deals with only one issue in the New Testament, but one of central importance: the cause or causes of the death of Jesus. While there are some details about which one might disagree, the overall argument is, in my judgment completely convincing. This study should help shift the discussion of the historical Jesus on to a firmer historical basis.

The most famous victim of crucifixion is Jesus Christ. book coverBook cover with a silver-gilt Spanish setting of a Byzantine ivory crucifixion, silver-gilt with pseudo-filigree, glass, crystal, and sapphire cabochons, ivory on wood support, before 1085; in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. Overall 2. 2. . cm. Photograph by Katie Chao. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917 (1. 90. There were various methods of performing the execution.

Crucifixion of Jesus came by chance, although using spiritual binoculars we believe God planned it all for the sake of redeeming the world.

For centuries, Christians and Jews have wrestled with the legacy of the Gospels, which traditionally have assigned to the Jews the responsibility for the arrest, trial, and crucifixion of Jesus. Now noted scholar Ellis Rivkin questions this interpretation with an original and fully documented premise. "What Crucified Jesus?" provides an important bridge of reconciliation between Jews and Christians. It offers Jews a new, more sympathetic look at the life and teachings of Jesus and gives Christians fresh evidence of the Synoptic Gospels' authenticity in their reporting of the earth-shaking events over two thousand years ago.