Jesus: An Historical and Theological Introduction
Publisher T&T Clark
Jonathan Knight takes a radically apocalyptic view of Jesus, arguing that he journeyed to Jerusalem with resolute eschatological purpose and endowed his circle of friends with the same secrecy that befits an apocalyptic movement. The book begins by considering the substantial twentieth-century debate about Jesus and moves from there to fit the words and works of Jesus in context.
- Table of contents
- The story behind the story
- What are they saying about Jesus?
- The birth of Jesus Christ was on this wise
- The beginning of the good news about Jesus Christ
- The kingdom of God has come near
- Thy kingdom come!
- And he cured many who were sick
- Hosanna to the Son of David
- Crucified under Pontius Pilate
- He has been raised; he is not here
- The significance of Jesus