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Hengel: Luke the Historian

Tim Henderson has posted his summary of “Luke the Historian” from Martin Hengel’s Between Jesus and Paul.

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Hengel: Hymns and Christology

Tim Henderson has now posted his summary of Martin Hengel’s essay, “Hymns and Christology.”

Henderson on Hengel on Paul on Christos

Tim Henderson has posted his summary of the next essay in Martin Hengel’s Between Jesus and Paul: “‘Christos’ in Paul.”

Hengel: Origins of the Christian Mission

Tim Henderson has posted his summary of Martin Hengel’s “Origins of the Christian Mission” from his volume, Between Jesus and Paul:

The third essay in Martin Hengel’s Between Jesus and Paul addresses the origins of the Christian mission. In doing so, he makes 5 main points, though I would question the sequence in which he chooses to tackle them…

Hengel: Christology and New Testament Chronology

Tim Henderson has posted his summary of the next essay from Martin Hengel’s Between Jesus and Paul: “Christology and New Testament Chronology.”

Hengel: Between Jesus and Paul

Tim Henderson has begun a review of the six essays included in Martin Hengel’s, Between Jesus and Paul. Hurray! The first is “Between Jesus and Paul: The ‘Hellenists’, the ‘Seven’ and Stephen (Acts 6.1-15; 7.54-8.3),” from which the volume gets its name. I’ll gather links to all of Tim’s summaries here for ease of reference.

  1. “Between Jesus and Paul: The ‘Hellenists’, the ‘Seven’ and Stephen (Acts 6.1-15; 7.54-8.3)”
  2. “Christology and New Testament Chronology”
  3. “Origins of the Christian Mission”
  4. “‘Christos’ in Paul”
  5. “Hymns and Christology”
  6. “Luke the Historian”