Messianic Concepts of the Hebrews at the Advent of the Christian Era
religion, Hebrews, Christians, Messianism, religious beliefs, Judaism
Christianity | Comparative Methodologies and Theories | History of Christianity | History of Religions of Western Origin | Jewish Studies | Religion
The initial impetus for this paper was derived from a conviction on the part of the writer that Jesus Christ is in every respect the Christian Messiah. Realizing that the idea of a Messiah is not original in Christian thought, I set out to examine some aspect of non-Christian Messianism. The most logical place to being was with Christianity's predecessor, Judaism. However, since my own orientation is Christian, it became the aim of the investigation to study aspects of Jewish Messianism which were somewhat related in time to the beginnings of the Christian era.
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MacDicken, R. A. (1962). Messianic Concepts of the Hebrews at the Advent of the Christian Era (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/960