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Publication Date: 18 Nov 2010
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Page Count: 160
Author: Steve Moyise
ISBN-13: 9780281062171, 9780281064854

Jesus and Scripture

By Steve Moyise
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Summary
This book meets the need for an accessible introduction to the various ways that Jesus used Scripture, both in his teaching and in his own understanding of his ministry. After an introductory chapter on the forms of the text that Jesus might have known, it first analyses the way that the four Evangelists (Matthew, Mark, Luke, John) portray Jesus' use of Scripture, under the headings 'Jesus and the Law', 'Jesus and the Prophets' and 'Jesus and the Writings'. It then shows how modern scholars take very different views on how the historical Jesus might be reconstructed (e.g., Crossan, Vermes, Sanders, Dunn, Wright) and demonstrates how this affects one's understanding of Jesus' use of Scripture. It concludes with an assessment of how far Jesus' use of Scripture can be seen as formative for Paul and other New Testament writers.
About the Author
Steve Moyise is Professor of New Testament at the University of Chichester. He is author of The Old Testament in the Book of Revelation (1995), The Old Testament in the New (2001) and Evoking Scripture. Seeing the Old Testament in the New (2008). He is also co-editor with Maarten Menken of a series of books looking at the way particular Old Testament books are used in the New Testament. His most recent publication is Paul and Scripture (SPCK, 2009).

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