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Jesus, the Tribulation, and the End of the Exile: Restoration Eschatology and the Origin of the Atonement

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Overview

What did Jesus teach regarding the eschatological tribulation? Brant Pitre's answer to this basic question has ramifications for Jesus' understanding of his own identity and mission. Pitre examines key texts pertaining to Jesus' perception of his own death. In line with Jewish eschatological teachings of his day, Jesus taught that an eschatological tribulation would precede the final ingathering of God's exiled people and interpreted his own death as a key triggering event in that sequence. This comprehensive treatment of the Great Tribulation includes a provocative critique of N. T. Wright's understanding of exile and has important consequences for Jesus' messianic self-understanding. This fresh contribution to the question of Jesus and the atonement will be valued by New Testament scholars and biblical theology students alike.

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  • Attempts to trace the development and shape of the concept of eschatological tribulation in late Second Temple Judaism
  • Seeks to determine whether the historical Jesus ever spoke of or acted on the basis of his own expectation of a period of eschatological tribulation
  • Examines various Gospel texts to guide the discussion of its particular themes and motifs
  • Introduction
  • The Messianic Tribulation and the End of the Exile in Late Second Temple Judaism
  • The Tribulation and the Enigmatic Sayings of Jesus
  • The Great Tribulation, the Coming of the Messiah, and the End of the Exile
  • The Paschal Tribulation, the Death of Jesus, and the New Exodus
  • Summary and Conclusions

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