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Kenotic Politics: The Reconfiguration of Power in Jesus’ Political Praxis
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Kenotic Politics: The Reconfiguration of Power in Jesus’ Political Praxis

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Bloomsbury 2013

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Overview

This book was written to reconcile Jesus’ political nature with his disinclination to power. Broken into three parts answering three key questions—“Was Jesus Political?”, “How was Jesus Political?”, and “Why did Jesus not openly announce his political role?”—Mark Moore concentrates on Mark 10:32–45 as a real articulation of Jesus’ political praxis consistently supported through Jesus’ ministry and teaching.

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Key Features

  • Provides fresh perspectives on the historical Jesus
  • Presents multiple angles to explore the knoweldge and humanity of Jesus
  • Attempts to reconcile Jesus’ political nature with his disinclination to power

Contents

  • Jesus’ Political Preaching
  • Jesus’ Political Actions
  • Kenotic Politics Articulated in Mark 10:32–45
  • Kenotic Politics Manifested Throughout the Gospels
  • Kings of Ancient Israel: Comparison or Contrast to Jesus?
  • Regal Expectations: Inadequate Conceptions For Jesus’ Political Praxis

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About Mark E. Moore

Mark E. Moore has been a professor of New Testament at Ozark Christian College since 1990. His other works include The Chronological Life of Christ, revised ed., Fanning the Flame: Probing Issues in Acts, Seeing God in HD: God’s Word in Today’s World, and Commentary on Acts.