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Jewish Messianic Movements from AD 70 to AD 1300

Format: Digital
ISBN: 1592443826


In this eschatological work, George Buchanan outlines and details the significance of Messianic developments throughout history. Focusing on themes of revelation and redemption which run throughout all Messianic works, Buchanan introduces the topic and then provides various works throughout history of Messianic documents as well as invaluable commentary on each work. The chapters are divided by topics such as the import of Jerusalem and literary style. Academic yet accessible, Buchanan makes this topic clear and concise. Readers emerge with a greater understanding of Messianic prophecy and the Apocalypse, and how they relate to each other.

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Key Features

  • Outlines the significance of Messianic developments throughout history
  • Focuses on themes of revelation and redemption in Messianic works
  • Examines how Messianic prophecy relates to the Apocalypse


  • History and Doctrine
  • Prophetic Movements
  • Poetry and Prayer: The Voice of An Exiled People
  • Messianic Expectations
  • The Holy City
  • The Day of Vindication
  • Redemption in the Talmud and Midrash
  • History and Apocalypse
  • Eschatological Legends
  • The Last Days
  • Heaven and the Land
  • Conclusions

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About George Wesley Buchanan

George Wesley Buchanan is professor emeritus of New Testament Studies at Wesley Theological Seminary. He is also part of the Advisory Board for the Biblical Archaeology Review.

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