by C. J. Cadoux
This volume of knowledge and scholarship presents the Synoptic evidence on Jesus' conception of the Kingdom of God and of his own mission in relation to it, and discusses its significance with special reference to his eschatological views. Cadoux holds that the teaching of Jesus contains elements to all appearance incompatible with beliefs widely recognised as indisputably true. He extends the accepted idea of the limitation of the knowledge of Jesus to this great sphere, and declares that this limitation extended to questions of moral and religious importance, even to those affecting the character of God.
|Publication date:||1st November 2002|
|Author:||C. J. Cadoux|
|Publisher:||James Clarke & Co Ltd|
|Categories:||The historical Jesus, Christian theology,|
Cecil John Cadoux (24.05.1883-16.08.1947) was educated at Stamford House School (Croydon) and S. Dunstan's College (Catford) and studied at King's College (London) and Mansfield College (Oxford). He was Vice-Principal of Mansfield College (Oxford) and Mackennal Professor of Church History. Publications: The Guidance of Jesus for To-day, 1920 The Christian Crusade, 1924 Catholicism and Christianity, 1928 The Historic Mission of Jesus, 1941 A Pilgrim's Further Progress, 1943 The Congregational Way, 1945More About C. J. Cadoux