If it can be shown that the apocalypse offers evidence for angelomorphic Christology—which I think that it can—it will then be possible and. This book is printed on acid-free paper. Library of Congress Cataloging-in- Publication Data. Gieschen, Charles A. Angelomorphic christology: antecedents amd. Abstract: The contribution that angelomorphic traditions made to the development of Christology occurred primarily in the first three centuries before the Council.

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Culminating in the Arian controversy and the formulations of Nicea, ontological questions were raised which effectively stifled further discussion of the relationship between overt angel traditions and Christ.

The Revelation to John. Abstract The conclusion of the Ascension of Isaiah They introduced the disguised descent and Trinitarian vision, setting these within the context of the seven-storied cosmology. The examination of antecedents analyzes evidence of the overt angelomorphic traditions such as those associated with the Angel of the Lord and the Principal Named Angels. Significant effort is given to tracing the antecedents of this Christology in the angels and divine hypostases of the Hebrew Bible and Second Temple Jewish literature.

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Source-critical work still needs to address angellomorphic present wngelomorphic of the Ascen. Notes by Jean-Claude Larchet. You could not be signed in.


The primary content of this volume is the presentation of pre CE textual evidence of Angelomorphic Christology. The contribution that angelomorphic traditions made to the development of Christology occurred primarily in the first three centuries before angelomorphc Council of Nicea in CE.

Evidence from these texts demonstrate that the Christological use of angelomorphic traditions is more prevalent and much earlier than often thought by scholars.

Dhristology features of this site may not work without it. Hannah, Journal of Royal Musical Association In this richly generative period there were exegetical efforts to express pre-existent Christologies, as well as to affirm the divinity of Christ, through the use of mediator traditions found in Israelite and Jewish literature. This study demonstrates that angel and angel-related traditions, especially those growing from the so-called “Angel of the Lord” in the Hebrew Bible, had a significant impact on the origins and early development of Christology to the point that an Angelomorphic Christology is discernable in several first century texts.

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Instead, it shows the interrelationship of various Christological trajectories and their adaptation from Jewish angelomorphic traditions. The result is a unique synthesis which elucidates one of the ways in which first-century Christianity explained its beliefs about Jesus and should inform future discussion of christological origins.

Christ as an Angel? Most users should sign in with their email address. The Art christolgoy Place. Early evidence of Angelomorphic Christology is the central focus of this study. Antecedents and Early Evidence. The Agony of the Cross as the Birth of the Church.

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Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. Support for this thesis is examined in two major parts: Teaching, Rhetoric, and Reception. Citing articles via Web of Science 1. John University jonathanknight5 hotmail. You do not currently have access to this article.