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S3. 34 From Jesus to John clarifying the authority of Jesus to a non-Jewish audience but, on the other hand, the evangelists repeatedly introduce the term "Son of Man' where their source has T or 'me' (for example in Mt. 13, cf. 27). The term was certainly productive as a title of Jesus. I would incline to a negative answer for four reasons. 1. I think that the attention paid in the preaching of Jesus to the imminence of God's kingdom and to the consequent radical demand for obedience to God's will is so strong that, in comparison with it, the identity of the person of the 'Son of Man' will have been of little or no importance for Jesus.
It is only in retrospect that historic identity becomes apparent. Even those people close enough to Mikhail Gorbachev to know what images he has of himself could not tell us what his historic identity will turn out to be; we shall have to wait some years to know that. So, too, the "dignity and depth of meaning' of the crucifixion could only become apparent as Jesus' followers responded to it and reflected on it. I see no theological reason why we should imagine that Jesus was fully aware of all that it would come to mean.
If 'anointed' did not mean exclusively 'royal' even when applied to David or his descendant, then absence of royal traits from the early Jesus-tradition does not preclude his having understood himself as a prophetic son of David and therefore 'anointed'. Perhaps it is possible, but if Jesus had said any such thing to his disciples, would we not expect to find much clearer evidence in the Gospels than in fact de Jonge is able to adduce? Further, while the Davidic tradition does include attribution of prophetic and 'wisdom' traits to David and the Davidides, are these traits not always subsumed under the general umbrella of kingship?
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