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Mysterium Christi : christological studies by British and German theologians.

Bell, G. K. A. (George Kennedy Allen), Anglican bishop of Chichester, 1883-1958; and Deissmann, Gustav Adolf, edited by.

Published by London: 1930., Longmans, Green and Co.,, 1930
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x, 287 p.; 4 illus. on 2 halftone pl.; 22.5 cm. Papers delivered at the British-German Theological Conference, 1st (Canterbury) in April 1927 on 'the nature of the Kingdom of God' and at the 2nd (the Wartburg above Eisenach) in August 1928 on 'the problem of christology'. Contents: Preface, the editors -- I. The name 'Jesus' by Adolf Deissmann -- II. The Jesus of history, by Gerhard Kittel -- III. Jesus as teacher and prophet, by Charles Harold Dodd -- IV. Jesus the Messiah, by Edwyn Clement Hoskyns -- V. Jesus Christ, and Lord, by Hermann Sasse -- VI. Recent tendencies in English christology, by John Martin Creed -- VII. A modern approach to christology, by Nathaniel Micklem -- VIII. Christology and soteriology, by John Kenneth Mozley -- IX. The cross of Christ, by Paul Althaus -- X. Corpus Christi, by Alfred Edward John Rawlinson -- XI. The hidden glory of Christ and its coming revelation, by Heinrich Frick -- XII. The church and the theologian, by George Kennedy Allen Bell -- Index -- List of illustrations: 1. The name Jeshua upon an ossuary from Jerusalem, early imperial period; 2. The name Jesus upon an ostracon from Egypt, 110 A.D.; 3. The Jesus-inscription from Leontopolis in Egypt, Augustan age; 4. The Jesus-Barabbas passage, Matt. 27, 16-17 (cp. lines 4 and 11) of the Codex of Koridethi, IX cent. A.D. VG orig. brown cloth. Prior owner's signature on front pastedown. Bookseller Inventory # 013189

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Publisher: London: 1930., Longmans, Green and Co.,

Publication Date: 1930

Binding: Hardcover

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