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'The Son of Man'
Or Contributions to the Study of the Thoughts of Jesus

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  • Date Published: July 2014
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  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781107416185

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  • Originally published in 1910, this book contains an exhaustive study of the use of the phrase 'Son of Man' in the Old and New Testaments. Abbott illustrates how Christian writers used the mystical trope present in many books of Jewish prophecy to convey their belief in Christ as an eschatological figure foretold by Scripture. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Christology and the use of this enigmatic title in Jewish and Christian theology.

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    • Date Published: July 2014
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781107416185
    • length: 926 pages
    • dimensions: 216 x 140 x 52 mm
    • weight: 1.15kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    References and abbreviations
    Introduction
    Book I. 'Son of Man' in Pre-Christian Usage:
    1. 'Son of man' in the Old Testament applied to man in general
    2. 'Son of man' in the Old Testament applied to Ezekiel and Daniel
    3. 'Son of man' in Graeco-Jewish literature
    4. 'Son of man' in Jewish usage
    5. 'Son of man' in Aramaic and Greek interpretations
    6. Parallelisms between Ezekiel and Jesus
    7. A working hypothesis
    Book II. 'Son of Man' in Mark, Matthew and Luke:
    1. Mark, how far to be followed
    2. 'The son of man' claiming authority
    3. 'The son of man' using authority
    4. 'The son of man' despised
    5. 'The son of man' to suffer many things
    6. 'The son of man' to arise
    7. 'The son of man' will be ashamed
    8. 'The son of man' with angels
    9. 'The son of man' coming in glory
    10. 'The son of man' coming in his kingdom
    11. 'The son of man' to be delivered up
    12. 'The son of man' making atonement
    13. 'The son of man' with clouds
    14. 'The son of man' coming unexpectedly
    15. 'The son of man' and 'the power'
    16. 'The son of man' in connection with the passion
    Book III. 'Son of Man' in Matthew and Luke:
    1. 'The son of man' in the double tradition
    2. 'The son of man' in the single tradition of Matthew
    3. 'The son of man' in the single tradition of Luke
    Book IV. 'Son of Man' in John:
    1. 'The son of man' connected with 'ascending' and 'descending'
    2. 'The son of man' to be lifted up
    3. 'The son of man' judging
    4. 'The son of man' giving life to men
    5. 'The son of man' giving life for men
    6. 'The son of man' not understood
    7. 'The son of man' to be glorified
    Book V. Does the Hypothesis Work?:
    1. God regarded as man
    2. God as nursing father
    3. God as redeemer or deliverer
    4. 'The son of man' as 'the little one'
    5. 'The son of man' having authority
    6. 'The son of man' to be delivered up
    7. 'The son of man' daily delivered up
    8. 'The son of man' in glory
    9. A harmony of the facts.

  • Author

    Edwin A. Abbott

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