The prophet-king. Moses traditions and the Johannine Christology, by Wayne A. Meeks.


Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1967.

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Subjects Bible. John -- Theology.
Bible. John.
Bible. New Testament -- Relation avec l'Ancien Testament.
Bible. New Testament. Jean -- Critique, interprétation, etc.
Christologie.
Jesus Christ -- Prophetic office.
Jesus Christ -- Royal office.
Jesus Christ.
Jésus-Christ -- Personne et fonctions.
Johanneische Schriften.
Johannes (Evangelist)
Johannes (bijbelboek)
Koningen (vorsten)
Moses (Biblical leader)
Moses, Biblical leader.
Profeten.
Prophetic office of Jesus Christ.
Royal office of Jesus Christ.
Theology.
Series Novum Testamentum. Supplements ; v. 14.
Description xv, 357 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 320-335).
Thesis/Dissertation Yale University 1965
Contents Thematic functions of prophet and king in John -- Moses in non-rabbinic Jewish sources -- Moses as prophet and king in the rabbinic haggada -- Moses as king and prophet in Samaritan sources -- King and prophet in Mandaean sources -- Mosaic traditions in the Fourth Gospel.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)179833
(OCoLC)ocm00179833
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WorldCat Identities Meeks, Wayne A.
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