The aim of this article is to reflect on the implications of historical Jesus research for the theology of the church. It focuses on the relation between the pre-Easter Jesus and the post-Easter kerygmatic tradition. First, it discusses the reason why historical Jesus research is regarded as necessary. Second, a profile of Jesus is
described. Third, the article demonstrates the discontinuity and material relation
between Jesus' teaching and the theology of the church. It focuses on the kerygma that the death and resurrection of Jesus creates atonement.
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