New perspectives on the Nativity /
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New perspectives on the Nativity /

The infancy narratives represent some of the most beautiful and intriguing passages in the Gospels. The stories they relate are also arguably the most well-known in the Christian tradition, from the child in the manger to the Magi paying homage to the infant Jesus. However there have been relatively...

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: PALCI EBSCO books
Other Authors: Corley, Jeremy
Format: Online Book
Published: London ; New York : T & T Clark International, ©2009.
Access:Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • The infancy stories of the gospels since Raymond E. Brown / Henry Wansbrough
  • Luke's nativity story : a narrative reading / Ian Boxall
  • Prophetic voices of Elizabeth, Mary, and Anna in Luke 1-2 / Barbara E. Reid
  • Zechariah's "Benedictus" (Luke 1:68-79) : a new look at a familiar text / Leonard J. Maluf
  • The significance of the inn for Luke's infancy narrative / Nicholas King
  • Matthew 1-2 and Roman political power / Warren Carter
  • Making sense of the Matthewan genealogy : Matthew 1:17 and the theology of history / Benedict T. Viviano
  • Matthew's nativity stories : historical and theological questions for today's readers / Bernard P. Robinson
  • The Magi story through the eyes of Pasolini : a Bahktinian reading / Christopher Fuller
  • The nativity in recent British poetry / Ann Loades
  • The Muslim Mary / John Kaltner
  • Losing mystery in history : the challenge of recalling the nativity / Thomas O'Loughlin
  • Appendix : Resemblances between Matthew 1-2 and Luke 1-2 / Patricia M. McDonald.