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SCM Joachim Jeremias Collection (6 vols.)

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, 1960–1971

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Explore a variety of works in New Testament studies from German Lutheran theologian Joachim Jeremias. Study early history of baptism and communion. Investigate Jesus’ mission according to the Gospels, and learn how a theology of missions developed in the early church. Examine Jesus’ teaching in the distinct contexts of both the prayers and parables recorded in the Gospels. An expert in historical, archaeological, literary, and philosophical studies, Jeremias’ work deftly communicates diverse, complex information to a general audience.

Check out more works from the renowned New Testament theologian.

  • Examines the history of baptism and communion in the early church
  • Investigates Jesus’ evangelistic mission in the Gospels
  • Synthesizes studies in a variety of fields for a general audience

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The Eucharistic Words of Jesus

  • Author: Joachim Jeremias
  • Translator: Norman Perrin
  • Publisher: SCM
  • Publication Date: 1990
  • Pages: 278

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Joachim Jeremias argues that the historical truth can be detected beneath the traditions preserved in the New Testament about the Last Supper. A climax of a series of messianic meals, the Last Supper was a passover meal. Jesus himself abstained, in anticipation of his body and the outpouring of his blood, but the disciples received a share in the atoning power of their Lord’s sufferings.

A great book of the highest importance for our understanding of the intention of Jesus and of the meaning of the Holy Communion . . . A book rich in information, insight and suggestion . . . No one ought to talk seriously about the Eucharist without having mastered this fine study.

Methodist Reorder

The most important book in existence on the subject of the eucharistic words.

Church of England Newspaper

The standard textbook on the subject.

Expository Times

Infant Baptism in the First Four Centuries

  • Author: Joachim Jeremias
  • Translator: David Cairns
  • Publisher: SCM
  • Publication Date: 1960
  • Pages: 111

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This work by Joachim Jeremias is a profound study of infant baptism in the early church by one of the twentieth century’s leading New Testament scholars. In a concrete, accessible manner, Jeremias lays out the first four centuries of historical material on infant baptism.

Jesus’ Promise to the Nations

  • Author: Joachim Jeremias
  • Translator: S.H. Hooke
  • Publisher: SCM
  • Publication Date: 1958
  • Pages: 84

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The almost exclusively Jewish scope of Jesus’ ministry has often been explained as a deliberate concentration with a view to ultimate expansion. To this, Joachim Jeremias adds the further explanation that Jesus’ own thought and policy were guided by a pattern of Old Testament expectation which enabled him to look forward confidently to the pilgrimage of the Gentiles to the mount of God at the final consummation, and accordingly to preach a bold universalism, while at the same time remaining content during his ministry to limit his actual appeal to the Jews. Jeremias argues his case with a wealth of instructive erudition.

New Testament Theology

  • Author: Joachim Jeremias
  • Translator: John Bowden
  • Publisher: SCM
  • Publication Date: 1971
  • Pages: 330

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This classic work of twentieth-century German biblical scholarship has become a classic in the field of New Testament studies. Joachim Jeremias examines the authenticity of our records of Jesus and focuses his analysis of New Testament theology on Jesus’ teachings.

The Prayers of Jesus

  • Author: Joachim Jeremias
  • Translators: John Bowden and Christoph Burchard
  • Publisher: SCM
  • Publication Date: 1977
  • Pages: 124

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This volume contains three essays from renowned New Testament theologian Joachim Jeremias on the prayers of Jesus.

Contents:

  • “Abba”
  • “Daily Prayer in the Life of Jesus and the Primitive Church”
  • “The Lord’s Prayer in the Light of Recent Research”

Rediscovering the Parables

  • Author: Joachim Jeremias
  • Translator: S.H. Hooke
  • Publisher: SCM
  • Publication Date: 1966
  • Pages: 187

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Joachim JeremiasThe Parables of Jesus is a classic of twentieth-century New Testament scholarship. However, to fully appreciate its original calls for a knowledge of Greek, and patience to work through much technical and linguistic material. With this in mind, Jeremias produced this shorter and simplified version which was subsequently also translated into English. This reissue is for a new generation of readers who will perhaps find it even more useful than did their predecessors.

Joachim Jeremias (1900–1979) was a German Lutheran theologian. He was a scholar in Near Eastern studies and professor of New Testament at the University of Göttingen, Germany.

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