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Making sense of Jesus is comprised of twelve chapters of a Christological nature, which are the result of a multidisciplinary theological research project. The aim of this book is to ascertain how, in the current cultural situation, an encounter with Jesus is determined by specific historical and personal conditions, and what the consequences of such an encounter may be.

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UNIVERSITY OF THE FREE STATE THEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS
MAKING SENSEOF JESUS
Experiences, interpretationsand identities
VOLUME2
D.F. TOLMIE R. VENTER EDITORS
MAKING SENSEOF JESUS
Experiences,interpretationsand identities
D.F. TOLMIE R. VENTER EDITORS
Making sense of Jesus: Experiences, interpretations and identities
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CONTENTS
Editorial board ................................................................................................ x List of contributing autors ............................................................................ xi Introduction to te series .............................................................................. xiii Introduction to Volume 2 ............................................................................... 1
PART 1 | NEW TESTAMENT AND HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ........................ Capter 1 –Peter LampeCaesar, Moses and Jesus as “God”, “godlike” or “God’s Son”: Constructions of Divinity in Paganism, Pilo and Cristianity in te Greco‑Roman World ............................................................................. 1. Humans as “godîke” and “god” ................................................................................................ 2. Humans as bo “sons o god” and “gods” .............................................................................. 3. Some ermeneuîca consequences .......................................................................................... Bîbîograpy .......................................................................................................................................... Capter 2 –Peter Nagel Overburdening Jesus with divinity causes theological limitaîons:Mahew 4:1‑11 as test case............................................................................ 1.ïnroducîon..................................................................................................................................2. Does e Maean Gospe nurure e dîvîne îdenîy o Jesus? ...................................... 3. Anaysîs o Maew 4:1‑11 ....................................................................................................... 3.1 Propeîc roe: Fîrs dîvînîy caenge (Ma. 4:1‑4) ............................................... 3.2 Prîesy roe: Second dîvînîy caenge (Ma. 4:5‑7) ............................................... 3.3 Kîngy roe: hîrd dîvînîy caenge (Ma. 4:8‑11) ................................................. 3.4 Summary ............................................................................................................................. 4.Concusîon....................................................................................................................................Bîbîograpy .......................................................................................................................................... Capter 3 –Dustin W. Ellington Paul’s way of imparting Jesus Crist crucified: Self‑portrayal, identity, and vocation in 1 Corintians ............................................................ 1.ïnroducîon.................................................................................................................................2. ïmparîng knowedge o e gospe în 1 Corînîans 15 ..................................................... 3. Knowîng and împarîng Crîs crucîIed în 1 Corînîans 1:1‑4:21 ............................... 4. ïmparîng parîcîpaîon în e gospe’s paern and progress: 1 Corînîans 8:1‑11:1 ..... 5.Concusîon...................................................................................................................................Bîbîograpy .........................................................................................................................................
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Capter 4 –D.F. (Francois) Tolmie “A beloved broter in te Lord.” On te reception of Cristology and etics in Pilemon 156616 ................................................................................. 1. Jerome ............................................................................................................................................. 68 2. heodore o Mopsuesîa ............................................................................................................. 70 3. homas Aquînas ........................................................................................................................... 73 4. Desîderîus Erasmus ..................................................................................................................... 75 5. Marîn uer ............................................................................................................................... 77 6. Concusîon .................................................................................................................................... 79 Bîbîograpy .......................................................................................................................................... 81 Capter 5 –Pieter G.R. de Villiers Interpretive encounters wit Crist in Revelation and its reception istory .... 84 1. Encounerîng Jesus în e ongoîng îsory o e curc: A Crîsoogîca approprîaîon ................................................................................................................................ 84 2. Crîs în Reveaîon .................................................................................................................... 85 2.1 he Hîsorîca Jesus ........................................................................................................... 85 2.2 he exaed Crîs ............................................................................................................. 86 2.3 he pragmaîcs o e ex ............................................................................................... 89 3. he escaoogîca recepîon ...................................................................................................... 91 4. A spîrîuaîsed recepîon o Reveaîon ................................................................................... 97 4.1 Spîrîua readîngs o Reveaîon ..................................................................................... 97 4.2 An aeseîca readîng o Reveaîon: Dürer’s vîsîon o Crîs ................................ 98 4.2.1 Crîs symboîsm: e upper par .................................................................... 99 4.2.2 Symboîsm o Jon: e ower par ..................................................................... 102 5. Concusîon .................................................................................................................................... 103 Bîbîograpy .......................................................................................................................................... 105 Capter 6 –Pieter J.J. Bota he Lamb and te Servant as constructions of divinity: he worsip of Jesus in Early Cristianity from a disability studies perspective ...................... 107 1. Makîng sense o Jesus: Framîng some quesîons ................................................................... 107 2. Beyond bînary arîbues: he power o paradox ................................................................. 108 3. Paradoxîca Crîsoogîca radîîons ...................................................................................... 110 3.1 Servan ................................................................................................................................ 112 3.1.1 Mark 10:42‑45 ........................................................................................................ 112 3.1.2 Maew .................................................................................................................. 114 3.1.3 uke‑Acs ................................................................................................................ 115 3.1.4 Jesus e servan/save: Paradoxîca Crîsoogy ............................................ 117
3.2 he amb o God ............................................................................................................. 120 3.2.1 PacîIs? ..................................................................................................................... 120 3.2.2 Quesîonîng Roman mascuînîy ........................................................................ 121 4. Some împîcaîons or e “meanîng” o Jesus: An embodîed, non‑bînary wordvîew, eoogy and eîcs ................................................................................................ 123 Bîbîograpy .......................................................................................................................................... 126
PART 2 | CONTEMPORARY & CONSTRUCTIVE PERSPECTIVES ....................... 133 Capter 7 –Rian Venter he plurality of contemporary Cristological discourses: Some perspectives . 135 1. ïnroducîon .................................................................................................................................. 135 2. Mappîng Crîsoogîca dîscourses .......................................................................................... 136 3. Exporîng seven major conemporary Crîsoogîca dîscourses ....................................... 137 3.1 Emergence o goba Crîsîanîy – Arîcan Crîsoogy ......................................... 137 3.2 Crysaîsaîon o e împossîbe – Posmodern Crîsoogy .................................. 138 3.3 Apprecîaîon o maerîaîy – Evouîonary Crîsoogy ......................................... 139 3.4 Dîscovery o e aeseîc – Movîe Crîsoogy ........................................................ 140 3.5 Transgressîon o eero‑sexuaîy – Queer Crîsoogy ........................................... 141 3.6 Resîsance o egemonîc power – Pos‑coonîa Crîsoogy ................................. 142 3.7 Conronîng ru radîîons – ïner‑reîgîous Crîsoogy .................................... 143 4. Navîgaîng e puraîy o Crîsoogîca dîscourses ........................................................... 144 Bîbîograpy .......................................................................................................................................... 148 Capter 8 –Henco van der Westuizen Crist in pluralism? Micael Welker’s Pneumatological Cristology ............... 151 1. ïnroducîon .................................................................................................................................. 151 2. Crîs în puraîsm ....................................................................................................................... 154 2.1 he Hîsorîca Jesus ........................................................................................................... 154 2.2. he resurrecîon o Jesus .................................................................................................. 158 2.3 he crucîIxîon o Jesus .................................................................................................... 159 2.4 he reîgn o Jesus ............................................................................................................... 161 2.5 he escaoogîca Jesus ................................................................................................... 163 3. Concusîon .................................................................................................................................... 165 Bîbîograpy ......................................................................................................................................... 168 Capter 9 –Debora van den Bosc he dying Crist: Revisiting tears moriendiin a pneumatological perspective .................................................................................................... 175 1. ïnroducîon .................................................................................................................................. 175
2.As moIendI.................................................................................................................................. 176 2.1 Genesîs, uncîon and meanîng ...................................................................................... 176 2.2 Genera paern o eas moIendI............................................................................... 177 2.3 he Reormedas moIendI............................................................................................. 178 Marîn uer (1483‑1546) ............................................................................................ 178 Jon Cavîn (1509‑1564) ................................................................................................ 179 2.4 Deveopmens în e Proesanas moIendI............................................................. 179 3. he dyîng Crîs: hanaoogîes ............................................................................................... 181 3.1 Kar Raner ........................................................................................................................ 181 3.2 Hans Urs von Baasar .................................................................................................... 182 3.3 Kar Bar ........................................................................................................................... 184 3.4 Eberard Jünge ................................................................................................................. 185 3.5 Jürgen Momann .............................................................................................................. 186 3.6 Aan E. ewîs ...................................................................................................................... 186 3.7 Sey Rambo ..................................................................................................................... 187 3.8 Henry . Noveo ............................................................................................................... 188 4. he dyîng Crîs and e Hoy Spîrî ...................................................................................... 189 5. Gaerîng înuîîons .................................................................................................................... 192 Bîbîograpy .......................................................................................................................................... 194 Capter 10 –Peter G. Kircsclaeger he moral‑teological dimension of Jesus’ way of life ................................... 196 1 ïnroducîon .................................................................................................................................. 196 2. Hermeneuîca consîderaîons ................................................................................................... 198 3. Jesus as “mora exampe” ............................................................................................................. 201 4. Norm‑consîuîng dîmensîons o e Crîs even .............................................................. 202 4.1 From ove o e neîgbour o îmîess ove ............................................................... 202 4.2 Servîng oers .................................................................................................................... 205 4.3 Soîdarîy ............................................................................................................................. 206 4.4 Mercîu jusîce, ye no îndîference .............................................................................. 208 5. Concudîng remarks .................................................................................................................... 210 Bîbîograpy .......................................................................................................................................... 212 Capter 11 –Jakub Urbaniak Wat as Tswane to do wit Copenagen? Groping for an embodied Cristology wit Tinyiko Maluleke .................................................................. 217 1. ïnroducîon .................................................................................................................................. 217 2. Beween Tswane and Copenagen ........................................................................................ 218 3. Exendîng and ocaîng Jesus’ body: A Crîsoogy o radîca embodîmen .................. 222 3.1 A les, socîa and cosmîc, as Jesus’ exended body ................................................. 223 3.2 Jesus’ body ocaed în broken Arîcan bodîes ............................................................. 224 3.3 Convergences, ensîons and e scanda o recîprocîy ............................................. 225
4. Bae Crîsoogîes: Wa embodîes an Arîcan Jesus and wy does î maer? .......... 229 Bîbîograpy .......................................................................................................................................... 234 Capter 12 –Jan‑Albert van den Berg @jesus – A practical teological following of Jesus‑expressions on Twitter ....................................................................................................... 238 1. ïnroducîon .................................................................................................................................. 238 2. Background – A conneced dîgîa age .................................................................................... 239 2.1 A rîpe dîgîa revouîon? .............................................................................................. 239 2.2 A pracîca eoogy o dîgîa‑îved reîgîon ............................................................... 240 2.3 Twîer as a background ange on e dîgîa Jesus ..................................................... 243 3. Empîrîca researc ........................................................................................................................ 244 3.1 A Bîg Daa anaysîs or Crîsmas 2013 ....................................................................... 245 3.2 A deaîed anaysîs o Crîsmas 2013 and Easer 2014 ........................................... 252 4. Popuar cuure, Twîer and e searc or a dîgîa Jesus ................................................... 254 5. Concusîon .................................................................................................................................... 255 Bîbîograpy .......................................................................................................................................... 257 Index .............................................................................................................. 261
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EDITORIAL BOARD
Pro. D.F. Tomîe (Serîes Edîor) Rev. M. aubscer Pro. W.J. Scoeman Pro. S.D. Snyman Pro. J.A. van den Berg Pro. R. Vener
LIST OF CONTRIBUTING AUTHORS
în New Tesamen sudîes a Unîsa, and aso e Pieter J.J. Bothaîs a proessor unî eader o New Tesamen and Eary Crîsîan Sudîes în e Deparmen o Bîbîca and Ancîen Sudîes. He specîaîses în New Tesamen sudîes, Eary Crîsîan sudîes, dîsabîîy sudîes and oraîy sudîes.  an exraordînary proessor a e Unîversîy o e Pieter G.R. de Villiers îs Free Sae. Hîs researc ocus îs spîrîua ermeneuîcs, Bîbîca spîrîuaîy and e Book o Reveaîon.  îs a ecurer în New Tesamen and Greek a Juso Dusîn W. Ellington Mwae Unîversîy în usaka, Zambîa, and researc eow o e Facuy o heoogy and Reîgîon, Unîversîy o e Free Sae. Hîs researc ocuses on 1‑2 Corînîans and Crîsîan îe, mînîsry, and mîssîon în e New Tesamen. eîcs and Dîrecor o Peter G. Kirchschlaeger îs a proessor o eoogîca e ïnsîue o Socîa Eîcs ïSE a e Facuy o heoogy a e Unîversîy o ucerne, Swîzerand. He îs aso a researc eow o e Facuy o heoogy and Reîgîon, Unîversîy o e Free Sae. Hîs researc îneres încudes e reaîon beween e Bîbe and eoogîca eîcs, uman rîgs eîcs, busîness and Inance‑eîcs.
Peter Nagelîs a pos‑docorae eow a e Facuy o heoogy and Reîgîon a e Unîversîy o e Free Sae, and caîrperson o e Scrîporîum Researc and Soryeîng Cenre. Hîs researc ocus îs e eoogy o e Sepuagîn and e New Tesamen.
Peter Lampeîs a caîred proessor a e Unîversîy o Heîdeberg în Germany and onorary proessor a e Unîversîy o e Free Sae. Hîs researc încudes Eary Crîsîan sudîes, especîay wîîn e New Tesamen, as we as eary Crîsîan arcaeoogy.
Francois Tolmie îs a proessor în New Tesamen sudîes a e Facuy o heoogy and Reîgîon, Unîversîy o e Free Sae. Hîs researc ocuses on e Gospe o Jon and e Pauîne îeraure, în parîcuary e eers o e Gaaîans and o Pîemon.
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