Karisma som sociologisk förklaringsmodell i tolkningen av Jesus

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Abstract

Max Weber’s model of charismatic authority, which was influenced by Rudolph Sohm’s interpretation of the earliest church as a ”charismatic organization”, has been more used by exegetes since 1968 as a help in interpreting Jesus. They have emphasized different aspects of his charisma — radical life-style and revolutionary message, or miraculous powers of healing, or conflict and self-stigmatization. The latter aspect is here seen as having the greatest elucidative power. Charisma should not be understood as a cause behind Jesus’ behaviour, but as a model of heuristic and explanatory value in historical research.

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Ämnesklassifikation (UKÄ) – OBLIGATORISK

  • Religionsvetenskap

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Originalspråksvenska
Sidor61-72
Volym67
Tidskrift/dags-eller nyhetstidningSvensk exegetisk årsbok
FörlagUppsala exegetiska sällskap
StatusPublished - 2002
PublikationskategoriPopulärvetenskap