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Jesus and the God of Israel

Author: Richard J. Bauckham

Product code: B521

`God Crucified` and other studies on the New Testament`s Christology of Divine Identity

Is the Christian belief that Jesus is Divine incompatible with the strong Jewish monotheism of the earliest Christ-believers?

The basic thesis of the heart of this important book on New Testament Christology is that the worship of Jesus as God was seen by the early Christ-believers as fully compatible with their Jewish monotheism.  These Jewish believers in Jesus, argues Bauckham, believed that their Lord participated in the divine identity of the one God of Israel.

About the Author

Richard J. Bauckham

Professor Richard Bauckham (Ph.D. Cambridge; D.D, F.B.A, F.R.S.E.,) is Senior Scholar at Ridley Hall, Cambridge.  Until 2007 he was Professor of New Testament Studies at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. 

He is a biblical scholar and theologian.  His academic work and publications have ranged over many areas of subjects, including eschatology; the New Testament books of Revelation, James, 2 Peter and Jude; Jewish and Christian apocalyptic literature; the Old Testament Pseudepigrapha; the New Testament Apocrypha; the relatives of Jesus; the early Jerusalem church, the Bible and contemporary issues and biblical and theological approaches to environmental issues.