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This front matter section of this book titled The Development of Christology during the First Hundred Years contains the table of contents, foreword and the acknowledgements. The book enters the debate about the development of Christology among Jesus' earliest followers. It critiques both the traditional evolutionary view that posited an elementary early Jewish Christology that developed in complexity as it was increasingly Hellenized on the one hand and the more recent attempt to see a full-orbed Christology both as early and as Jewish, not Hellenistic, in its categories on the other.

Keywords:Christology; Jews



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