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Mendongkel Yesus dari Takhtanya

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Sebuah pertanyaan sederhana yang sedang mewabah di dunia:

Siapakah Sebenarnya Yesus!

Selama dua milenium umat Kristen menyebut Dia Mesias, Kristus, Anak Allah Yang Hidup. Tetapi sekarang ada injil lain yang beredar di kalangan akademis. Beberapa ahli berusaha mendongkel Yesus dari takhtaNya untuk selamanya. Sejauh mana kebenaran klaim mereka?

Dalam Mendongkel Yesus dari Takht
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Hardcover, 285 pages
Published 2009 by Gramedia Pustaka Utama (first published 2007)
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elfsi
Nov 14, 2010 elfsi rated it really liked it
Awalnya tertarik karena buku ini menyinggung dan membahas isi buku ‘Misquoting Jesus’ (Ehrman) yang sempat membooming di buku terlaris New York Times di tahun 2005 yang mencoba mengguncang iman Kristen (khususnya kaum awam). Ketertarikan berlanjut ketika buku ini juga menyinggung sekaligus membahas tentang ketidaksesuaian isi injil Yudas yang ditemukan tahun 1978 di Al Minya sebuah propinsi di Mesir Tengah sekitar 120 mil di Selatan Kairo.
Akhirnya aku memutuskan mencoba menelan bacaan yang berat
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Paul
NT Scholars Bock and Wallace show that, despite many contemporary, popular challenges to Christianity, Jesus' rightful place is that of enthroned Messiah, not mere sage or political pundit.

They begin with an introduction that lays the conceptual framework the book is framed in---a discussion of Jesusanity vs. Christianity. The former gives a truncated view of Jesus. A Jesus who is sage or teacher. Who simply tries to show the way to god, and it is a way almost all religions can accept. The latte
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Randy
Aug 05, 2011 Randy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
In the last few decades, and especially in the last few years, books about Jesus aimed at popular audiences have become quite common. The arguments presented vary, but there is a general picture that emerges. Whereas classical Christianity tells of a Jesus who as a divine Redeemer heals a broken relationship between God and man, who as Prophet, Priest, and King is properly an object of worship, what the authors call "Jesusanity" is the modern portrait that has a high regard for Jesus as a teache ...more
Oliver
May 19, 2017 Oliver rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: faith, history
If you want a thorough debunking of writers like Ehrman, Crossan/Borg, Tabor, and the documentary produced by Cameron on the Jesus Ossuary, this is your book. Honestly, it gave me a headache reading it, I didn't find it particularly enjoyable. It was an argumentative book. However, it was thorough, and probably would be a handy resource if you are talking to people who are attempting to make a case for Jesus having never physically come back to life, or never intended to be made out to be more t ...more
Guguk
Aug 13, 2015 Guguk rated it it was amazing
Shelves: bakpao-keju
Mengupas klaim-2 yang mengakui Yesus Kristus hanya sekedar manusia, nabi, ataupun guru*) yang IMO sudah dinubuatkan di Alkitab sebagai Antikris, yaitu paham yang menolak Yesus sebagai Kristus.

Dan perbedaannya dengan kepercayaan pengikut Yesus Kristus, yang disebut Kristen, yaitu bahwa Yesus Kristus adalah 100% Tuhan dan 100% manusia**)
Ini soal Tuhan sendiri, yang 'nekat' lahir sebagai manusia dan merasakan penderitaan dan penghinaan besar, untuk menyatakan bahwa niat-Nya menciptakan manusia itu
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Deky
Jul 06, 2009 Deky rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Anda pernah mendengar tentang, misalnya: "Alkitab sudah tidak bisa dipercayai lagi karena salinan-salinan yang kita miliki penuh kesalahan, telah ditambah-tambahi,dsb"? Pandangan ini biasanya didiskusikan dalam area Kritik Teks. Dan menarik bahwa Bock dan Wallace mendiskusikan isu tersebut dari sudut pandang kekristenan Injili.
Dalam buku ini, Bock dan Wallace juga menggunakan label yang berbeda untuk mereka yang mengakui Kristologi Ortodoks dan yang tidak mengakuinya. Mereka yang mengakui doktr
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 Jim Hutson
Jul 11, 2012 Jim Hutson rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Definately a book for the lay Christian to read as the attacks grow daily on the historical, cultural and theological truthfulness of the Bible grows by its opponents and those who are seeking to 'dumb-down' Jesus Christ and the truthfulness of His identity.

It has creeped into our churches as the 'new-age, postmodernist' become seminary-trained pastors and seek to unhinge their connection to the centuries of truth-telling for the sake of 'tolerance' and 'non-convictional love.'

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Rotua Damanik
Mar 04, 2014 Rotua Damanik rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: religion
Buku ini mungkin akan mengacak-acak iman Anda sebagai seorang Kristen. Bahasan utamanya adalah perbedaan utama antara Yesusanitas dan Kristianitas. Walaupun dua-duanya sama menempatkan Yesus sebagai tokoh utama namun ada perbedaan yang sangat mendasar di antaranya. Kristianitas yang mendasari iman Kristen mengakui bahwa Yesus adalah Tuhan. Mesias Sang Juru Selamat. Sedangkan Yesusanitas, yang berkembang belakangan, hanya menempatkan Yesus sebagai tokoh biasa. Bukan juru selamat apalagi Tuhan itu ...more
Tony Fiser
Jan 01, 2016 Tony Fiser rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The information contained in this book is very good. However, in my opinion, the book isn't very accessible to the audience for whom it was written - the average layperson. The writers are scholars and though I sense they tried to write outside of their very scholastic norm, the book's language and style just don't flow well for me. The content is good, I just feel the delivery of the content could invoke more enthusiasm and excitement. A better book is "Reinventing Jesus" which essentially cove ...more
Douglas
This book is not for the faint of heart. Please understand, it is an excellent treatment of the subject of Jesusanity (the idea that Jesus was a good man Whose message - one of living a good life and rebelling against the machine - was corrupted by his disciples and the passage of time), but it is a tough read. A little technical. That said, if you can persevere, you will gain an understanding of the intellectual problems behind subscribing to the above view. To sum up, the book is a refutation ...more
Joseph Sverker
A very well written and well needed book. It is obvious that the jesusanity, as they call it, receives the most attention and the public of course enjoy the novelty feel of it. However, this books shows that the tradition Christianity with relieance on the four Gospel as much to state for its case. People like Ehrman and others clearly make hasty assumptions and this books highlights them well without simply breaking straw men!
Leslie Jebaraj
Aug 18, 2010 Leslie Jebaraj rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Drs. Bock and Wallace puts the historical Jesus on the public forum for all to read. The misunderstandings about Jesus are stripped down neatly, and the real Jesus is exposed. Simply an excellent resource!
Andy
Aug 13, 2009 Andy rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A bit dry, but an excellent expose of the nonsense that is "critical Christianity", or liberal theology. Debunks most of the myths of the Jesus Seminar and similar bizarre attempts to "de-religion" Christianity.
Mark
Oct 16, 2012 Mark rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A well-written (if dense) examination of the scholarly divide between orthodox Christianity and what the authors call "Jesusanity". While it's designed for a lay audience, it can be pretty intense reading at times.
Barbara
Jul 29, 2008 Barbara rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: bible-studies
This is a book for those who may be confused by what is currently being preached in some main-line churches.
Aswindo
Jan 19, 2011 Aswindo rated it really liked it
Sangat menguatkan, di tengah banyaknya klaim yang mempertanyakan ketuhanan Yesus.
Kaia
Jan 09, 2011 Kaia rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
A fairly quick read but I must admit that I wasn't aware that Jesusanity was becoming a big movement.... much of the info I've heard elsewhere but I'm glad I read it nonetheless.
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Darrell L. Bock is a New Testament scholar and research professor of New Testament studies at Dallas Theological Seminary in Dallas, Texas, United States. Bock received his PhD from Scotland's University of Aberdeen.
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