The One who is to Come
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2007 - Broj stranica: 205
"Messiah" is one of the most contested terms in Christian reflection, with many people reading the concept back into early Old Testament texts. In The One Who Is to Come Joseph Fitzmyer contradicts that misreading, carefully tracing the emergence of messianism in Judaism to a much later date -- the second century B.C.
The One Who Is to Come begins with a linguistic discussion of the term "messiah," then demonstrates the gradual emergence of the idea of a future, dynasty-continuing David, before finally examining the "anointed one" language in the latest biblical text, Daniel 9. It also examines the use of the term in the Septuagint and extrabiblical Jewish writings, as well as the New Testament, Targums, and the Mishnah. Fitzmyer's masterful study presents a novel, biblical thesis that will appeal to scholars, students, and all who wish to investigate the complex history of messianism.
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The Term Messiah
The Use of jyqm in the Old Testament
Other Old Testament Passages Often Regarded as the Background of the Term Messiah
Old Testament Passages That Reveal a Developing Understanding of the Davidic Dynasty
2526 in the Emergence of Messianism
The Septuagints Interpretation of Some Old Testament Passages
Extrabiblical Jewish Writings of the Second Temple Period
The Use of Messiah in the New Testament
The Use of Messiah in the Mishnah Targums
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Aaron ajyqm ancient Anointed appears Aramaic awaited becomes beginning Bible Biblical blessing called century chapter Christian Cometh coming considered context continues Daniel David Davidic dynasty Dead Sea Scrolls discussion early echo emerged Enoch eschatological expectation figure Fourth further future Genesis give given God’s Greek Hebrew High Priest History holy hope human idea important instances interpretation Isaiah Israel Jerusalem Jesus Jewish Jews Judah Judaism jyqm king kingdom land later literature Lord meaning mention Messiah Mowinckel noted Old Testament oracle original Oxford Palestinian passages Pentateuch period person postexilic prince promise prophecies prophet Psalms qristËv Qumran Cave raise reads refer regarded restoration revealed righteousness royal rule says sense Servant Song sons speaks Studies suffering Targum tells Temple term throne tion tradition translation understanding understood verb verse writings