By Charles H. Talbert
Coming into the controversy in regards to the improvement of Christology between Jesus' earliest fans, this quantity evaluations either the normal evolutionary view that posited an hassle-free early Jewish Christology that built in complexity because it used to be more and more Hellenized and the more moderen try to see a full-orbed Christology either as early and as Jewish, now not Hellenistic, in its different types. It contends that in the 1st a hundred years Jesus' fans hired 4 versions from their milieu, Jewish and Greco-Roman, either to appreciate and to speak their Christologies. those versions have been appropriated simply because they have been applicable autos for expressing the impression of Jesus on them, earlier, current, and destiny.
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68 Such themes found in the prologue continue thereafter. Preexistence is claimed in 8:56–58 (before Abraham was, I am). The theme of having life in himself (5:21, 25, 26, 28–29; 6:40, 50–51, 58; 10:17–18; 11:25–26) is supplemented by his being given the role of judge (5:22, 27, 29). The one who was manifest was an eternal, a true God. He was no hero; he was no demigod. The appearance of an Eternal enters into a union that continues from Jesus’ baptism through his passion and resurrection. The one who ascended to his Father and God, moreover, apparently took his corporeality into heaven with him.
215 and Fug. 108, the many named one is called high priest. In Alleg. Interp. ” In Agr. 51, he links the word, the firstborn Son, and the angel of Yahweh. Philo, however, did not believe that the logos was a separate being from God. There is, then, continuity between the biblical theophanies in which God appears as a human and the Hellenistic Judaism of Philo. 46 Philo’s logos should be understood as a projection of God rather than as a creature. 47 The 44 Terence E. Fretheim, “Christology and the Old Testament,” in Who Do You Say That I Am?
Why? The scriptures are being fulfilled, the messiah has come, and the general resurrection has begun already. Your time has run out! If a christological model like that of one taken up in order to return in the ultimate future as judge and savior were heard in this context, what would have been its impact? The earthly Jesus would have come calling for repentance, have been rejected by most to whom he preached and put to death, a resounding NO from humans. God, however, raised him from the dead, a resounding YES from heaven.