Results 1 – 30 of 65 Un judío marginal by Meier, John P. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at volumenes/. A Marginal Jew has ratings and 24 reviews. Peter said: This John P. Meier is the preeminent Catholic scholar of the Historical Jesus in the United States.
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I also liked Meier’s scholarly stance – he’s of the generation of scholars who believes we can know quite a bit about Jesus based on the sources and evidence available. Very detailed research, well thought out criticism.
Un Judio Marginal – John P. Meier- El Jesús Histórico 4 Volumenes
Much effort is made in the Bible to trace the lineage of Jesus to Abraham, through David; while simultaneously contending that Jesus was born margina a virgin. When the New Testament was written, the audience for those books was living pretty much in Jesus’ world. Still, it examines what is possible to know about Jesus based on the records historians have access to today. P.meirr a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Other books in the series.
Definitely a demanding project under its “purely historical” constraints. Regular pilgrimages to the Hellenized city of Jerusalem would have exposed Jesus to Greek language and culture Hebrew – Jesus would have learned Hebrew in the Nazareth synagogue and he probably used it when debating scripture with Pharisees or scribes.
Jul 25, Chad Gibbons rated it it was amazing. The scholarship and readability of this book are profound. He was about thirty six years old. I would disagree with some of his methodology, but I found it to be a good and interesting read. This is an exhaustively researched book, although much of the back-and-forth is reserved for the extremely bulky footnotes.
It is slow-going with all the footnotes; but it is an interesting way to look at the historical Jesus. Josephus brags about his having learned Greek prose, poetry, and grammar. To be here, in this particular dimension of time, and to be for anything other than the precepts that constitute God, is not worth living.
We can see the Word about in the world. The power of this Word eludes full understanding as a written theology and is instead unveiled within us, ultimately manifesting itself in our actions. Jesus refuses to fit into the boxes l.meier create for him.
Sep 05, Mary Kovarik rated it it was amazing. Jul 30, BHodges rated it really liked it.
Entre otras arduas cuestiones en este libro se abordan algunas tan fundamentales como: Very well done, a good overview of the topic without obvious biases. Jan 08, Greg rated it it was amazing.
There is no reason to believe that Jesus knew or used Latin.
Un Judio Marginal – John P. Meier- El Jesús Histórico 4 Volumenes | yozefel’s Blog
Aramaic – Aramaic was the ordinary, everyday language spoken by the average Jew. For he was a doer of startling deeds; and a teacher of people who receive the truth with pleasure. Biography Jesus grew up in an insignificant village Nazareth in the hills of Lower Galilee, a village so obscure that it is never even mentioned in the Old Testament.
Book is an intriguing and objective look at the importance and limitations of studying the historical Jesus. The second major aspect Meier addresses is the roots of who Jesus was. Very thourough, highly recommended. Feb 23, Brent Wilson rated it really liked it Shelves: Jesus is presented by almost all the Gospel traditions as engaging in learned disputes over scripture and he was accorded the respectful title of rabbi or teacher.
True legitimacy is gained only through a spiritual re-birth, by being born again of God. Jesus brought something very different: