Empty Tomb, resurrection, apotheosis

Cover -- Table of Contents -- Introduction: Resurrection Language -- 1 The Question of Apologetics for (or Subversion of) the Gospel -- 2 The Semantics of yqṣ, qyṣ, qûm, and ḥyh -- 3 The Semantics of ἐγείϱω (egeirō) and ἀνίϭτημι (anistēmi) -- 3.1 Meaning and Usage -- 3.2 Usage for Bodily Resurrectio...

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Published in:Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament
Main Author: Cook, John Granger 1955-
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: Tübingen Mohr Siebeck [2018]
In: Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament (410)
Year: 2018, Volume: 410
Reviews:[Rezension von: Cook, John Granger, 1955-, Empty tomb, resurrection, apotheosis] (2020) (McCane, Byron R.)
[Rezension von: Cook, John Granger, 1955-, Empty tomb, resurrection, apotheosis] (2020) (Schnabel, Eckhard J., 1955 -)
[Rezension von: Cook, John Granger, 1955-, Empty tomb, resurrection, apotheosis] (2021) (Shaw, Benjamin C. F.)
[Rezension von: Cook, John Granger, Empty Tomb, Resurrection, Apotheosis] (2020) (Schnabel, Eckhard J., 1955 -)
Series/Journal:Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament 410
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B New Testament / Resurrection / Apotheosis
Further subjects:B Electronic books
B Jesus Christ ; Resurrection
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Summary:Cover -- Table of Contents -- Introduction: Resurrection Language -- 1 The Question of Apologetics for (or Subversion of) the Gospel -- 2 The Semantics of yqṣ, qyṣ, qûm, and ḥyh -- 3 The Semantics of ἐγείϱω (egeirō) and ἀνίϭτημι (anistēmi) -- 3.1 Meaning and Usage -- 3.2 Usage for Bodily Resurrection and the Passive of ἐγἐίϱω -- 3.3 Not Used with ψυχή or πυεῦμα for Res. until Gnosticism -- 4 The Semantics of ζωοποιέω and ζάω -- 5 Latin Expressions for Resurrection -- 6 Resurrection in Zoroastrianism -- 7 Scribenda -- Chapter one: Resurrection of Divinities -- 1 Some Methodological Reflections -- 1.1 Dying and Rising Gods -- 1.2 Myth and Ritual -- 1.3 Justin and Other Patristic Writers on Jesus and Greek Myths -- 2 Dumuzi (Tammuz) -- 3 Baal -- 4 Osiris -- 5 Adonis -- 5.1 The Myth of Adonis -- 5.2 The Adonis Gardens -- 5.3 Lucian and the Resurrection of Adonis -- 5.4 Christian Traditions about Adonis -- 5.5 The Levantine Background -- 5.5 Iconography -- 6 Attis -- 6.1 Classical Sources -- 6.2 Hippolytus, Firmicus Maternus, and Servius Auctus -- 6.3 The Hilaria and the Iconography of Attis -- 6.3 The Attis Cult in Late Antiquity -- 7 Melqart / Heracles -- 8 Dionysus -- 9 Asclepius Eshmun -- 10 Mithras -- 11 Conclusion -- Chapter two: Resurrection Accounts in Greek and Latin -- 1 Classical Greek Texts -- 1.1 The Improbability of Resurrection -- 1.2 Heracles and Alcestis, and Epiphanius's Response -- 1.3 Heracles, Theseus, and Pirithous -- 1.4 Glaucus -- 1.5 The Magi -- 1.6 Democritus -- 1.7 Alexander the Great and Resurrection -- 1.8 The Germans and Resurrection -- 1.9 Asclepius -- 1.10 Pelops -- 1.11 Aesop -- 1.12 Er, Antyllus, and the Man from Soli -- 1.13 Aelian -- 1.14 Aelius Aristides: Eupolis and other Examples of Resurrection -- 1.15 Crates -- 1.16 Polyaenus (II C.E.) -- 1.17 Artemidorus -- 1.18 Aeneas of Gaza -- 1.19 Iolaus -- 1.20 Tylos
1.21 Lucian -- 1.22 Achilles Tatius -- 1.23 Apollonius of Tyana -- 1.24 A Magic Recipe for Resurrection -- 1.25 Favorinus (ca 85-155 C.E.) -- 1.26 Cyranides -- 1.27 Libanius -- 1.28 Proclus -- 1.29 The Resurrection of Jesus in Paganism -- 2 Resurrection in Classical Latin Texts -- 2.1 Terence -- 2.2 Cicero -- 2.3 Livy -- 2.4 Ovid -- 2.5 Vitruvius -- 2.6 Valerius Maximus -- 2.7 Pliny the Elder -- 2.8 Hyginus -- 3 Resurrection in Early Christian Inscriptions -- 4 The Hypogeum on via Dino Compagni (Via Latina Catacomb) -- 5 Conclusion -- Chapter three: Tombs and Post-Mortem Appearances -- 1 Empty Tombs with Subsequent Appearances -- 1.1 Aristeas -- 1.2 Romulus -- 1.3 Zalmoxis -- 1.4 Callirhoe -- 1.5 Xenophon, Anthia and Habrocomes -- 1.6 Antonius Diogenes, The Wonders Beyond Thule -- 1.7 Philinnion of Amphipolis -- 2 Occupied Tombs and Subsequent Appearances -- 2.1 Protesilaos -- 2.2 Eunostus -- 3 Empty Tombs with no Subsequent Appearances -- 3.1 Numa Pompilius -- 3.2 Cleomedes -- 3.3 Alcmene -- 3.4 The Apostle John -- 3.5 A Christian Dyer -- 3.6 Symeon the Fool -- 4 Conclusion -- Chapter four: Translations and Apotheoses of Heroes -- 1 Immortal Bodies -- 2 Translations -- 2.1 Legendary Figures -- 2.2 Historical Figures -- 2.3 Vibia and Vincentius: Tomb in the Catacomb of Praetextatus -- 3 Conclusion -- Chapter five: Apotheoses of Emperors -- 1 Consecratio and Funeral -- 1.1 Consecratio -- 1.2 Funerals -- 1.3 The Missing Funeral of Germanicus -- 1.4 Poppaea Sabina's Funeral -- 1.5 Funerals for Slaves and Permitted Second Funerals -- 1.6 Pertinax's Funeral -- 1.7 The Funeral of Septimius Severus -- 1.8 The Significance of the Wax Images -- 1.9 Eagles and Witnesses of Apotheoses -- 2 Apotheoses of Emperors -- 2.1 Julius Caesar -- 2.2 Augustus -- 2.3 Claudius -- 2.4 Nero -- 2.5 Vespasian -- 2.6 Titus -- 2.7 Trajan -- 2.8 Hadrian and Sabina
2.9 Antoninus Pius -- 3 Conclusion -- Chapter six: Resurrection in Jewish Texts -- 1 Hebrew Bible and Septuagint -- 1.1 Psalm 87 LXX -- 1.2 Isaiah -- 1.3 Jeremiah -- 1.4 Daniel -- 1.5 Hosea -- 1.6 2 Maccabees -- 1.7 Job -- 1.8 Thisworldly Resurrections -- 2 Inscriptions -- 3 Ethiopic Enoch -- 3.1 The Book of Watchers -- 3.2 The Similitudes of Enoch -- 3.3 The Epistle of Enoch -- 3.4 108: The Final Enochic Book -- 4 Other Pseudepigrapha -- 4.1 Psalms of Solomon -- 4.2 Jubilees -- 4.3 Syrian Baruch -- 4.4 4 Ezra -- 4.5 Sibylline Oracles -- 4.6 Lives of the Prophets -- 4.7 Testament of Abraham -- 4.8 Life of Adam and Eve -- 4.9 Pseudo Philo, The Biblical Antiquities -- 4.10 The Sentences of Pseudo-Phocylides -- 4.11 Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs -- 5 Josephus -- 6 Qumran -- 7 The Eighteen Benedictions -- 8 Targumic and Rabbinic Literature -- 8.1 Targums -- 8.2 Mishnah and Tosefta Sanhedrin -- 8.3 Abot de Rabbi Nathan: The Origin of the Sadducees -- 8.4 Elijah and the Resurrection of the Dead -- 8.5 Tosefta Berakhot and b. Ketubbot: The Blessing of the Dead -- 8.6 Sife Deuteronomy -- 8.7 Sifra -- 8.8 Babylonian Talmud: Tractate Sanhedrin -- 8.9 The Self Evidence of Resurrection in b. Berakot -- 8.10 Genesis Rabbah on Resurrection and Healing -- 8.11 Talmudic Texts on Resurrection in Jerusalem -- 8.12 Rabbi Jacob: Rewards in the Torah and Resurrection -- 8.13 Resurrection for the Righteous -- 8.14 Hosea 6:2 and the Resurrection of the Dead -- 8.15 Resurrection and the Pangs of the Messiah -- 8.16 The Dew of Resurrection in the Seventh Heaven -- 8.17 The Days of the Messiah: Pesiqta Rabbati -- 8.18 Midrash Aleph Bet: The 7 Trumpet Blasts and the Resurrection -- 8.19 The Sufferings of the Messiah and Resurrection -- 9 Resurrection and the Frescoes of Dura Europos -- 10 The Toledot Yeshu -- 11 Conclusion
Chapter seven: Empty Tomb, Resurrection, and Translation -- 1 Resurrection in 1 Cor 15 and the Problem of an Empty Tomb -- 1.1 1 Thess 4:17: Bodies not Abandoned on the Ground -- 1.2 1 Corinthians 15 -- 1.3 Phil 3:21 -- 1.4 Summary of the Argument -- 1.5 Possible Objections -- 2 Empty Tomb and Resurrection in Mark -- 3 The Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus in Q and Luke -- 3.1 Q 13:34-35 -- 3.2 Resurrection in Luke 24 -- 3.3 Luke's Ascension Narratives -- 4 Conclusion -- Conclusion: Empty Tomb, Resurrection, and Apotheosis -- Images -- Bibliography -- Ancient Sources -- Databases, CD Roms, Websites -- Scholarship -- Sources -- 1 Greco-Roman Texts -- 2 Biblical Literature -- 3 Second Temple Literature -- 4 Targumic and Rabbinic Literature -- 5 Magica and Other Papyri -- 6 Coins, Inscriptions, and Other Archaeological Resources -- 7 Near Eastern Texts -- Images Index -- Ancient Individuals -- Modern Authors -- Subjects and Terminology
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ISBN:3161565843