The Christology of Jesus

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Index

SCRIPTURE

OLD TESTAMENT
GENESIS
1:2 155
22:2 LXX 151 n.22
38:1 LXX 232 n.231
49:10 153
EXODUS
8:15 202
13:14 68
15:17 112, 212
16:25–26 68
19:6 197
23:20 45
23:20a 36
30:12 253
31:18 202
31:30 253
34:23 212
LEVITICUS
11 64
16–17 252 n.312
19:9–10 67
21:11 139
23:22 67
25:51–52 253
NUMBERS
6:6–7 139
18:15 253
27:17 100
DEUTERONOMY
4:7 199
9:10 202
14 64
18:15 100
23:24–25 67
24:19ff. 67
32:5 49
32:20 49
JOSHUA
6:26 LXX 232 n.231
JUDGES
2:10 49
2 SAMUEL
5:2 212
7 153, 189, 229, 258
7:1 189
7:12–14 213
7:13 111–12,258
1 KINGS
14:6 133
19:19–21 130
19:20 139
2 KINGS
1:8 37
5 44
1 CHRONICLES
7:11 189
7:14 189, 197
28:5 197
NEHEMIAH
13:4–9 115
13:12–13 115
JOB
1 51
1:6–12 147
2:1–7 147
4:12–21 260 n.353
28 51
28:1–27 227
40:4ff. 260 n.353
PSALMS
2:1–2 153
2:7 151–152, 154, 213, 229
8:3 202
10:15 77
23 125, 212
34:10 238
42:7 123
51:11 42
69:1–2 123
74:13 131
78:8 49
80:17 261
89:19–37 217
95:10 49
96:13 247
110 260 n.358
110:1 186, 190, 258–61, 267
118:26ff. 105
141:5 77
PROVERBS
1 51
2:22 77
8 51–52, 53, 233
8:12 227
8:14ff. 222
10:30 77
14:9 77
ISAIAH
5 213
6:1–13 154
9:2–7 189
11:1–9 189
11:1–5 153
14:12 146 n.4
20:1–6 173
24:21–22 204
26:19 44
29:13 62
29:18–19 44
29:18 171
29:20 44
32:15 42
34:4 173
34:5 122
35 170–71
35:4–6 166
35:54 44
35:5 156, 171, 165
40:1ff. 200
40:3 LXX 36
41:21 199
42:1 151 n.22
42:7 171
42:18ff. 171
43 254

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1: Methodological and Historical Considerations 1
  • 2: Christology and the Relationships of Jesus 33
  • 3: Christology and the Deeds of Jesus 145
  • 4: Christology and the Words of Jesus 179
  • 5: Afterword and Conclusions 263
  • Abbreviations 279
  • Bibliography 285
  • Index 302
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