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Parables of Enoch : a paradigm shift

An interdisciplinary study of the state of the current debate surrounding the 'Parables of Enoch' with regard to their dating, as well as their Jewish character and their potential contribution to aspects of early Christian thought
Print Book, English, 2013
Bloomsbury, London, 2013
Criticism, interpretation, etc
xxv, 410 pages ; 24 cm
9780567624062, 9780567657107, 0567657108, 0567624064
I. Current StatusForschungsbericht Darrell L. Bock, Dallas Theological Seminary, USAJesus and the Son of ManGeza Vermes, formerly Professor Emeritus, University of Oxford, UKJesus and Enoch's Son of ManRichard Bauckham, University of Cambridge, UKJesus and Enoch's Son of Man James Dunn, University of Durham, UKOn the Date of the ParablesDevorah Dimant, University of Göttingen, GermanyII. Second Temple IssuesEnoch in the Second Temple PeriodGabriele Boccaccini, University of Michigan, USAAramaic and Greek Representations of the "Son of Man" and the Importance of the Parables of EnochPaul Owen, Montreat College, USAEnoch and Exaltation in Second Temple and Rabbinic Sources Larry Schiffman, Yeshiva University, USAExaltation Figures other than Enoch in the Second Temple Period James VanderKam, University of Notre Dame, USAWhat Does Archeology Contribute to the Provenience of Enoch? A Crucial Update Motti Aviam, University of Rochester, USAIII. New Testament IssuesJesus and The Son of Man James H. Charlesworth, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA1 Enoch, Parables, Dating and Matthew Grant MacCaskill, University of St Andrews, UKThe Son of Man in the Synoptics Leslie Walck, Colfaz Lutheran Church, USAColfax Lutheran ChurchColfax Lutheran ChurchThe Son of Man in John's Gospel Francis Moloney, previously Provincial Superior of the Salesians of Don Bosco, AustraliaThe Apocalyptic Background to the Son of Man Sayings in John's GospelBen Reynolds, Tyndale University College, UKThe Son of Man in Revelation Loren Stuckenbruck, LMU Munich, GermanyThe Son of Man and Jewish Background in the New Testament and Early Church: Implications for Study Lee McDonald, Acadia Divinity School, USASummary Conclusion James Charlesworth and Darrell Bock