Realized Eschatology Study Archive

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According to Dodd, the early church believed that the kingdom was here and now.  Proto-influences in the ascension of Realized Eschatology are dated back to Erasmus.


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Realized Eschatology

Clearinghouse for Seminar Studies related to the historical Jesus, to the life and travels of Paul, and to the autobasileus view of Jesus Christ found in Realized Eschatology, Inaugurated Eschatology, and other “Already/Not Yet” theologies.


INTRODUCTION

C.H. Dodd is considered the father of modern realized eschatology.  He uses the term kerygma as the proclaimed message of the early church. While he does not go as far as Bultmann in distinguishing between the kerygma and the actual message of Christ when He was on earth, he attempts to show that his concept of realized eschatology was the view of the early church.

According to Dodd, the early church believed that the kingdom was here and now.  Proto-influences in the ascension of Realized Eschatology are included in this archive, dating back to Erasmus.  Representatives of autobasileus theology prior to 1500 (such as Origen of Alexandria) are catgeorized in a different class. Under Construction until Mid 2018


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  • Oscar Cullman



  • Erasmus of Rotterdam (PROTO #1)
    • 1992: Todd Dennis, Calvin vs. Sadoleto (Searching; INFO)

  • George E. Ladd





  • 1976: J.A.T. Robinson, Redating the New Testament
  • 2013: Stanley Porter, Reicke and Robinson The second position, by Reicke and Robinson, argues along similar lines as do van Bruggen and Johnson. They note that the prison letters and 2 Timothy have many elements in common, including those listed as colleagues in both 2 Timothy and the prison epistles. The major difference is that Reicke and Robinson both place all of the prison epistles and 2 Timothy during Paul’s two year Caesarean imprisonment under Roman authority.

  • Earnest Renan (Proto)



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