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Les récits de résurrection des morts dans le Nouveau Testament /
Gérard Rochais.
imprint
Cambridge [Eng.] : Cambridge University Press, 1981.
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xv, 252 p. --
ISBN
0521223814
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imprint
Cambridge [Eng.] : Cambridge University Press, 1981.
isbn
0521223814
catalogue key
14852
 
Bibliography: p. 235-243.
Includes indexes.
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Summaries
Main Description
The New Testament narratives reporting the resuscitation of dead persons by Jesus and Peter are discussed in detail in this monograph, and their theology is examined. The author compares the NT stories with the resuscitation episodes in the OT, and also with the broader category of NT miracle stories. This enables him to identify the features peculiar to the NT resuscitation accounts. Dr Rochais' analysis, using redaction-critical methods, demonstrates different stages in the formulation of the narratives, and attempts to identify the events or purposes underlying them. He makes reference to the development of Christology and the evolution of belief in the resurrection of the dead within the primative church, as well as to the theological positions of each of the evangelists. His analysis leads the author to the hypothesis that neither Jesus nor Peter in fact brought the dead to life. Dr Rochais asks what were the implications of these stories for the earliest generations of Christians, and what is their significance for Christians today.
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The New Testament narratives reporting the resuscitation of dead persons by Jesus and Peter are discussed in detail in this monograph, and their theology is examined. He makes reference to the development of Christology and the evolution of belief in the resurrection of the dead within the primative church, as well as to the theological positions of each of the evangelists. His analysis leads the author to the hypothesis that neither Jesus nor Peter in fact brought the dead to life. Dr Rochais asks what were the implications of these stories for the earliest generations of Christians, and what is their significance for Christians today.
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The New Testament narratives reporting the resuscitation of dead persons by Jesus and Peter are discussed in detail in this monograph, and their theology is examined. His analysis leads the author to the hypothesis that neither Jesus nor Peter in fact brought the dead to life.
Table of Contents
Avant-propos
AbrFviations
Introduction
PremiTre partie
Les analogies entre les diffFrents rFcits de rFsurrection des morts
La rFsurrection du fils de la veuve de Nanm (Lc 7, 11-17)
La rFssurection de la fille de Janre: les versets d'introduction: Mc 5, 21: Lc 8, 40: Mt 9, 1.18
La rFdaction marcienne du rFcit de la rFsurrection de la fille de Janre (Mc 5, 22-24a: 35-43)
La rFdaction lucanienne du rFcit de la rFsurrection de la fille de Janre (Lc 8, 40-42a: 49-56)
La rFdaction matthFenne du rFcit de la rFsurrection de la fille d'un magistrat (Mt 9, 18-19: 23-26)
Histoire de la formation du rFcit de la rFsurrection de la fille de Janre
La rFsurrection de Lazare (Jn 11, 1-46
La rFsurrection de Tabitha (Ac 9, 36-43
La parole de fait rFcit
Les premiers rFcits de rFsurrection comme parole dans les communautFs primitives
Les rFcits de rFsurrection comme parole pour les chrFtiens d'aujourd'hui
Notes
Bibliographie
Index
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