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After the EvilChristianity and Judaism in the Shadow of the Holocaust$
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Richard Harries

Print publication date: 2003

Print ISBN-13: 9780199263134

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0199263132.001.0001

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The Jewish Jesus and the Christian Christ

The Jewish Jesus and the Christian Christ

(p.188) 10 The Jewish Jesus and the Christian Christ
After the Evil

Richard Harries (Contributor Webpage)

Oxford University Press

One of the encouraging features of recent scholarship has been the recovery of Jesus as a Jew, work particularly associated with Geza Vermes. Christians as well as Jews now see Jesus as fully Jewish in his Jewish context. But what is there in the life and teaching of Jesus that might make a valid foundation for claims made later in the New Testament about his divine status, claims developed in the doctrines of the church? Even if, from a Christian point of view, one believes that there is such a foundation, Jesus himself emphasized that ultimate salvation depends upon doing the will of the Father, an emphasis on action rather than belief entirely in accord with Judaism itself.

Keywords:   divine status, doing the will, Jesus, Jewish context, Geza Vermes

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