By Santiago Guijarro Oporto

Recopilación de trabajos sobre los comienzos del cristianismo en Palestina. Los dos primeros capítulos estudian los angeles transmisión de los recuerdos sobre Jesús en l. a. tradición oral y en el Documento Q. Otros tres están dedicados a algunos aspectos centrales del ministerio público de Jesús (su actitud filial, sus exorcismos y sus sanaciones). Los cuatro restantes, en fin, indagan sobre los primeros grupos de discípulos que continuaron el proyecto iniciado por Jesús en Galilea y Judea. El estudio de estos primeros grupos de discípulos reviste una especial dificultad, porque es muy poco lo que las fuentes nos dicen directamente acerca de ellos, pero esta etapa de los comienzos del cristianismo es tan importante que merece l. a. pena intentar conocerla un poco mejor.

En este libro se recurre con frecuencia a modelos de las ciencias sociales para recuperar contextos y comprender fenómenos que hoy nos resultan lejanos o extraños. Esta forma de abordar los antiguos textos cristianos ayuda a hacer preguntas para tratar de recuperar el mundo de relaciones y valores que sus autores y destinatarios compartían. No se trata, en absoluto, de reducir el mensaje de los textos a categorías sociales, sino de iluminarlos para comprenderlos en toda su profundidad.

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