Encountering Jesus through the earliest witnesses

Young, Pamela Dickey
September 1996
Theological Studies;Sep96, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p513
Academic Journal
Redefines the locus of Christology in the relationship between Jesus and his earliest witnesses. Argument that a relational Christology challenges patriarchy and kyriarchy while still acknowledging the centrality of Jesus to ongoing Christian tradition; Invitation for us to look beyond an isolated male savior figure to the complexity and richness of our own relationships with God, with Jesus and with others.


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