The Gospel and Its Earliest Interpretations (1893 Cone), book

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The Gospel and Its Earliest Interpretations: A Study of the Teaching of Jesus and Its Doctrinal Transformations in the New Testament (1893) is a book by Orello Cone.

Abstract

Editions and translations

Published in New York, NY: Putnam's, 1893.

Table of contents

  • Introduction: The Historical and Critical Treatment of the New Testament
  • 1. The Teaching of Jesus
    • 1. Doctrinal Antecedents and Environment
    • 2. The Kingdom of God
    • 3. The Righteousness of the Kingdom of God
    • 4. Conditions of Entering the Kingdom of God
    • 5. God as the Father
    • 6. Jesus' Attitude toward the Old Testament
    • 7. Jesus' Teaching Regarding Himself
    • 8. The Sayings of Jesus Concerning His Death
    • 9. The Teaching of Jesus Regarding the Life to Come
  • 2. The Jewish-Christian Interpretation
  • 3. The Pauline Transformation
    • 1. Out of Judaism into Christianity
    • 2. The Point of Despair
    • 3. Sin and the Flesh
    • 4. Christology
    • 5. Justification by Faith
    • 6. The Future
  • 4. The Deutero-Pauline Interpretations
    • 1. The Epistle to the Hebrews
    • 2. The Epistle to the Colossians
    • 3. The Epistle to the Ephesians
    • 4. The First Epistle of Peter
  • 5. The Johannine Transformation
  • 6. Anti-Gnostic Interpretations
  • 7. Jewish-Christian Apocalyptic
  • 8. The Gospel and Theology

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