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Author: Morna D. Hooker
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Title: Not Ashamed of the Gospel: New Testament Interpretations of the Death of Christ (Didsbury Lectures)
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Publisher: Eerdmans Pub Co; 1st edition (February 1, 1995)
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Not Ashamed of the Gospel: New Testament Interpretations of the Death of Christ (Didsbury Lectures) by Morna D. Hooker



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Convinced that Christ's crucifixion cannot be interpreted in isolation from his resurrection, Morna Hooker here gives a comprehensive and inspiring survey of the New Testament's teaching about the death of Christ. By looking closely at the great variety of images and metaphors employed in the writings of Paul and in Mark.

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New Testament interpretations of the death of Christ. Published 1994 by . Didsbury lectures - 1988. She also demonstrates in meaningful new ways that the message of the cross - the message that lies at the heart of the gospel - is as relevant, and as disturbing, to the present generation as it was to its first hearers.

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Hooker, Morna D. Not Ashamed of the Gospel: New Testament Interpretations of the Death of Christ. E-mail Citation . Adapted from a series of lectures, these studies offer the eminent theologian’s analysis of the breadth of imagery employed by New Testament authors in articulating the significance of Jesus’ death and resurrection. Analyzes every New Testament reference to the death of Jesus that falls outside the passion narratives and then examines the gospel narratives in light of this study. Matera, Frank J. Passion Narratives and Gospel Theologies: Interpreting the Synoptics Through Their Passion Stories. New York: Paulist Press, 1986.

Morna D. Hooker, Not Ashamed of the Gospel: New Testament Interpretations of the Death of Christ Didsbury Lectures. J. Bergman Kline, "The Day of the Lord in the Death and Resurrection of Christ," Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 4. (Dec. 2005): 757-770. pdf. Judith L. Kovacs, "'Now Shall the Ruler of this World Be Driven Out': Jesus' Death as Cosmic Battle in JOhn 12:20-36," Journal of Biblical Literature 114 (1995): 227-247. Ernst von Lasaulx, "The Expiatory Sacrifices of the Greeks and Romans, and Their Relation to the One Sacrifice Upon Golgotha," Bibliotheca Sacra 1 No. 2 (1844): 368-408.

Convinced that Christ's crucifixion cannot be interpreted in isolation from his resurrection, Morna Hooker here gives a comprehensive and inspiring survey of the New Testament's teaching about the death of Christ.By looking closely at the great variety of images and metaphors employed in the writings of Paul and in Mark, Matthew, Luke-Acts, John, Hebrews, 1 Peter, 1 John, and Revelation, Hooker discusses the different ways in which the authors of the New Testament searched for, and then discovered, meaning in the death and resurrection of Christ.Hooker shows that the concept of substitutionary atonement does not take us far enough in understanding the profound truth, taught especially by Paul, that Christ became what we are in order that we might become what he is. He took his place as one of us and died our death in order that we might be identified with him both in his death and in his resurrection. She also demonstrates in meaningful new ways that the message of the cross - the message that lies at the heart of the gospel - is as relevant, and as disturbing, to the present generation as it was to its first hearers.Provocative, at times even controversial, this volume will be highly stimulating to readers who are prepared to take a fresh look at the New Testament evidence.