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by Anthony Cane

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  • ISBN 075465284X
  • ISBN13 978-0754652847
  • Language English
  • Author Anthony Cane
  • Publisher Routledge; 1 edition (November 28, 2005)
  • Pages 220
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  • Category Bibles
  • Subcategory Bible Study and Reference
  • Size ePub 1673 kb
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Exploring the significance of Judas Iscariot for Christian theology and the difficult issues surrounding Judas, Anthony Cane shows that focusing on the tension between providential and tragic interpretations of Judas in the New Testament and in subsequent writing about Judas, is the key to understanding his significance. Building on the work of Karl Barth and Donald MacKinnon, Cane's argument sheds light not simply on the way Judas is understood, but on the way Jesus and the whole economy of salvation are understood. This book also highlights implications for the way in which issues relating to anti-Semitism and evil and suffering are most effectively explored.

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Exploring the significance of Judas Iscariot for Christian theology and the difficult issues surrounding Judas, Anthony Cane shows that focusing on the tension between providential and tragic interpretations of Judas in the New Testament and in subse.

Exploring the significance of Judas Iscariot for Christian theology and the difficult issues surrounding Judas, Anthony Cane shows that focusing on the tension between providential and tragic interpretations of Judas in the New Testament and in subsequent writing about Judas, is the key to understanding his significance. Building on the work of Karl Barth and Donald MacKinnon, Cane's argument sheds light not simply on the way Judas is understood, but on the way Jesus and the whole economy of salvation are understood.

Cane was born on 25 August 1961 in Cape Town, South Africa: his English parents had emigrated the previous year. He is married, and has three adult children. He attended the Bishops Diocesan College, Cape Town and the University of Cape Town, where he read English and History.

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Exploring the significance of Judas Iscariot for Christian theology and the difficult issues surrounding Judas, Anthony Cane shows that focusing on the tension. The Place of Judas Iscariot in Christology book.

Judas Iscariot (יהודה איש־קריות‎, Yehuda) is the Biblical figure traditionally . The Place of Judas Iscariot in Christology by Anthony Cane (2017) Routledge.

Judas Iscariot (יהודה איש־קריות‎, Yehuda) is the Biblical figure traditionally charged with betraying Jesus to the Roman soldiers for 30 pieces of silver. Judas is also the head of his own Gnostic Church. The Book of Acts states that he purchased a field with his money, and while working the field, he fell and split his intestines out. This would be a fully accidental act, often attributed to God himself as a punishment.

Cane's special contention is that one's views on Judas must deal with the tension or interplay between . Cane concludes with a brief discussion of how Christology must face, even if it cannot resolve, this tension.

Cane's special contention is that one's views on Judas must deal with the tension or interplay between providence and tragedy in Judas' life and actions: at their extremes, either he was destined or even foreordained by God to betray Jesus and suffer eternal damnation (all providence, no tragedy, and a very uncomplimentary view of God), or he freely but. inevitably chose to do so (all tragedy, no providence, and a way that seems to put him and his fate outside of God's providence, control, or saving influence).