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Jesus Against the Scribal Elite: The Origins of the Conflict

Jesus Against the Scribal Elite The Origins of the Conflict How did the controversy between Jesus and the scribal elite begin We know that it ended on the cross but what put Jesus on the radar of established religious and political leaders in the first place

  • Title: Jesus Against the Scribal Elite: The Origins of the Conflict
  • Author: Chris Keith
  • ISBN: 9780801039881
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Paperback
  • How did the controversy between Jesus and the scribal elite begin We know that it ended on the cross, but what put Jesus on the radar of established religious and political leaders in the first place Chris Keith argues that, in addition to concerns over what Jesus taught and perhaps even how he taught, a crucial aspect of the rising conflict concerned his very status asHow did the controversy between Jesus and the scribal elite begin We know that it ended on the cross, but what put Jesus on the radar of established religious and political leaders in the first place Chris Keith argues that, in addition to concerns over what Jesus taught and perhaps even how he taught, a crucial aspect of the rising conflict concerned his very status as a teacher Addressing an overlooked aspect in Jesus studies, this fresh and provocative work is the first book length treatment of the origins of the controversy between Jesus and the scribal authorities It exposes the broader significance of Keith s highly regarded technical work on the literacy of Jesus.

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    1 thought on “Jesus Against the Scribal Elite: The Origins of the Conflict

    1. Popular version of Keith's 'Jesus' Literacy'. Addresses whether or not Jesus was "literate" with sophisticated nuance examining degrees of literacy in the ancient world and the role of perspective in how Jesus came to be remembered both as scribal literate and scribal illiterate in strands of traditions that are rooted in his own lifetime. I will do a more details summary on brianleport soon.

    2. Keith provides an accessible, well-written piece on Jesus's conflict with the scribal elite. I'd recommend this as a resource to anyone interested in literacy in Christian antiquity or Jesus and his relationship with his scribal contemporaries.

    3. I remember the first time I was publicly put to shame… Lets just say it isn’t easy being a Jr. Higher in a school filled with High Schoolers. I bring this up because High School/Middle School is one of the few social settings in the West that operates with honor and shame as a central feature. During these adolescent years students are trying to gain honor for themselves or their friend group while at the same time avoiding shame. Honor and shame in high school is a lot more than about how o [...]

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