THE HISTORICAL JESUS, ESCHATOLOGY AND HOPE FOR THE EARTH?
AbstractIn an illuminating essay, Nurnberger has maintained that a Christian vision of hope for the earth may be quite adequately grounded in a variety of biblical perspectives. But Nurnberger's study gives rise to a more spesific and critical question not sufficiently wrestled with in his paper, namely: 'Is there really support for an eschatological hope for the earth within the spesific mission and message of the historical figure of Jesus of Nazareth?'
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