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    • The Myth of a General Messianic Expectation in Jesus' Time
      • From the first century B.C.E. the Messiah was the central figure in the Jewish myth of the future (Patai, The Messiah Texts, 1979) Belief in the Messiah is one of the four good gifts which the people of Israel have left as an inheritance to the entire world (adapted from Smith, What is Implied by the Variety of Messianic Figures? , 1959)
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  3. I. Howard Marshall: THE MESSIAH IN THE FIRST CENTURY 71 Moving out of the Scriptures into Judaism, we start with a lengthy contribution by S. Talmon on "The Concepts of MASIAH and Messianism in Early Judaism" (79-115). Talmon is not easy going, but he appears to be arguing that the messianic idea is to be seen primarily in a historical

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  4. Oct 05, 2009 · Complexity in Early Jewish Messianism. By Joshua Brumbach | October 5, 2009. “For in Him all the fullness of Deity dwells in bodily form, and in Him you have been made complete, and he is the head over all rule and authority”. (Col 2: 9-10). “Yeshua said to her, ‘I Am the Resurrection and the Life!

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  6. Nov 26, 2010 · It is standard practice to classify Jewish messianism as national, ethnic, political and material, and to mark Christian messianism as universal, cosmopolitan, ethical and spiritual. That Jewish anticipation of the messiah's arrival was unusually keen in first century Palestine and constituted the m

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