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Index Of Modern Authors

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This index presents the list of modern authors name that occur in the book The Development of Christology during the First Hundred Years. Two perspectives on the development of Christology in the first 100 years currently strive for preeminence. On the one hand, a long-lived, widespread view of christological development understands it as a logically backward process. (i) At the earliest stage in Christian thought, the parousia was regarded as the point when God would reveal Jesus as the Christ. (ii) In a pre-Gospel period (Paul and the speeches of Acts), the resurrection was the chief moment associated with the divine proclamation of the identity of Jesus.

Keywords:Christology; God; Jesus Christ



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