By Seyoon Kim
Next he examines the Lukan writings (Luke-Acts) to determine how Luke talks in regards to the encounters of Paul and different gospel preachers with Roman imperialism. Kim explores why it really is that Luke makes no attempt to provide Christ's redemption as materialized by way of political liberation. ultimately, Kim compares the exaltation Christologies of Luke, Revelation, Paul, and Hebrews and inquires in regards to the hermeneutical danger of constructing a political Christology in our present-day context.
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T. Wright, "Paul's Gospel and Caesar's Empire," in Paul and Politics, ed. R. A. : Trinity Press International, 2000), 162, notes that some contribu tors to the volume edited by R. A. : Trinity Press International, 1997), are suffering from this disease previously warned about by S. Sandmel ("Parallelomania," JBL 81 : 1-13). But there is a question of how free from it is Wright himself. Cf. C. Bryan, Render to Caesar: Jesus, the Early Church, and the Roman Superpower (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005), 90; Peter Oakes, "Re-mapping the Universe: Paul and the Emperor in 1 Thessalonians and Philippians," JSNT 27 (2005): 315-18.
Oakes, "Re-mapping the Universe," 317. 7. Cf. Oakes, "Re-mapping the Universe," 318. 8. , R. A. : Trinity Press International, 1997), 1-4,10-24; N. T. Wright, Paul: In Fresh Perspective (Minneapolis: For tress, 2005), 62-65. 30 The Problems of the Method age" doomed to destruction (1 Cor 2:6), and himself and the church as en gaged in struggle against it as the representatives of the new age of the Kingdom of God and the Lord Jesus Christ. (3) Since Jesus was crucified by the Roman authorities, the gospel of the crucified Messiah as the Lord, Son of God, and the Savior of the world had an inherent anti-Roman char acter.
It was A. Deissmann who, with his work Light from the Ancient East: The New Testament Illustrated by Recently Discovered Texts of the Graeco-Roman World (New York: George H. Doran, 1927; ET of the 4th German ed.  )> esp. 338-78, inaugurated the "anti-imperial" interpretation of Paul by observing the prevalent imperial cult in the Roman East and the parallel terms between the imperial cult and Pauline preaching. Yet Deissmann acknowledges that the Christian terms were derived "from the treasury of the Septuagint and the Gospels" and 28 The Problems of the Method Pointing this out, Christopher Bryan effectively argues: Thus .
Christ and Caesar: The Gospel and the Roman Empire in the Writings of Paul and Luke by Seyoon Kim