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Rethinking the Atonement - New Perspectives on Jesus`s Death, Resurrection, and Ascension


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Foreword by N. T. Wright
1. Rethinking the Atonement: An Introduction
2. Modeled on Moses: Jesus's Death, Passover, and the Defeat of the Devil in the Epistle to the Hebrews
3. Wilderness Identity and Pentateuchal Narrative: Distinguishing between Jesus's Inauguration and Maintenance of the New Covenant in Hebrews
4. Isaiah 53, Hebrews, and Covenant Renewal
5. "If Another Priest Arises": Jesus's Resurrection and the High-Priestly
Christology of Hebrews

6. Blood, Life, and Atonement: Reassessing Hebrews' Christological Appropriation of Yom Kippur
7. Weak and Useless? Purity, the Mosaic Law, and Perfection in

8. Serving in the Tabernacle in Heaven: Sacred Space, Jesus's High-Priestly Sacrifice, and Hebrews' Analogical Theology
9. It Is Not Finished: Jesus's Perpetual Atoning Work as the Heavenly High Priest in Hebrews
10. Observations on Directional Features of the Incarnation and Jesus's Sacrifice in Hebrews
11. Jesus's Heavenly Sacrifice in Early Christian Reception of Hebrews: A Survey
12. Righteous Bloodshed, Matthew's Passion Narrative, and the Temple's
Destruction: Lamentations as a Matthean Intertext
13. The Sign of Jonah and the Prophet Motif in the Gospel of Matthew: Moving toward the Gentile Mission
14. Atonement at the Right Hand: The Sacrificial Significance of Jesus's Exaltation in Acts
15. Affirming the "Creed": The Extent of Paul's Citation of an Early
Christian Formula in 1 Corinthians 15:3b-7


About the Author

David M. Moffitt (PhD, Duke University) is reader in New Testament studies at the University of St. Andrews in St. Andrews, Scotland. His book Atonement and the Logic of Resurrection in the Epistle to the Hebrews received a Manfred Lautenschlager Award for Theological Promise in 2013. He is the coauthor of New Testament Basics: A Guide for Reading and Interpreting the Text and the coeditor of Son, Sacrifice, and Great Shepherd: Studies on the Epistle to the Hebrews and A Scribe Trained for the Kingdom of Heaven: Essays on Christology and Ethics in Honor of Richard B. Hays.

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