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Tania Oldenhage

Print publication date: 2002

Print ISBN-13: 9780195150520

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/019515052X.001.0001

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Joachim Jeremias and the Historical‐Critical Approach

Joachim Jeremias and the Historical‐Critical Approach

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(p.39) 4 Joachim Jeremias and the Historical‐Critical Approach
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Parables for Our Time
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Tania Oldenhage (Contributor Webpage)

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/019515052X.003.0004

Introduces Joachim Jeremias's book The Parables of Jesus, which was first published in 1947 and strongly shaped the postwar scholarly discourse on New Testament parables. Oldenhage clarifies how the assumptions of historical criticism led to Jeremias's search for the parables’ first historical setting. In the second part of the chapter, Oldenhage discusses recent critical responses to the anti‐Judaism that is a part of the Jeremias's scholarly rhetoric. New research on the historical Jesus seeks to integrate Jesus within his Jewish context and seeks to understand Jesus’ parables as part of the tradition of Judaism.

Keywords:   anti‐Judaism, historical criticism, historical Jesus, Joachim Jeremias, Judaism, parables of Jesus

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