The Way of Jesus Christ: Christology in Messianic Dimensions

By Jürgen Moltmann | Go to book overview
CONTENTS
Prefacexiii
Abbreviationsxix
Translator’s NoteXX
IThe Messianic Perspective1
§1The Genesis of the Messianic Hope5
§2The Growth of the Messianic Figure8
1.The Messiah8
2.The Son of Man13
§3Messianic Categories21
§4Christology in Jewish-Christian Dialogue28
IITrends and Transmutations in Christology38
§1The Identity of Christology and Its Relevance38
1.Christology as a Biblical Theme39
2.The Present Position of Christology41
3.The Therapeutic Relevance of Christology43
§2The Theme and Scheme of Cosmological Christology46
§3The Theme and Scheme of Anthropological Christology55
§4Christology in the Contradictions of Scientific and Technological Civilization63
1.The Contradictions of Modern Civilization63
2.The Theme and Scheme of Eschatological Christology Today69
IIIThe Messianic Mission of Christ73
§1Spirit Christology73
§2Christ’s Birth in the Spirit78

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The Way of Jesus Christ: Christology in Messianic Dimensions
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xiii
  • Abbreviations xix
  • I - The Messianic Perspective 1
  • II - Trends and Transmutations in Christology 38
  • III - The Messianic Mission of Christ 73
  • IV - The Apocalyptic Sufferings of Christ 151
  • V - The Eschatological Resurrection of Christ 213
  • VI - The Cosmic Christ 274
  • VII - The Parousia of Christ 313
  • Notes 342
  • Index of Names 383
  • Index of Confessions, Creeds and Other Documents 388
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