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Author Anderson, Janice Capel, 1952-

Title Matthew's narrative web : over, and over, and over again / Janice Capel Anderson
Published Sheffield, England : JSOT Press, ©1994


Description 1 online resource (261 pages) : illustrations
Series Journal for the study of the New Testament. Supplement series ; 91
Journal for the study of the New Testament. Supplement series ; 91.
Contents Cover; Contents; Abbreviations; Preface; INTRODUCTION; Scope; Method; 1. GOD'S VICTORIOUS INTERVENTION: JESUS AND THE KINGDOM OF GOD; Background; The Kingdom of God in the Teaching of Jesus; Conclusion; 2. DOING THE WORKS OF GOD: JESUS' MIRACLES; Miracles by His Own Power; Miracles as God''s New Creation; Conclusion; 3. GOD'S PARDON: JESUS AND FORGIVENESS; Authenticity; Significance; Conclusion; 4. PASSING GOD'S JUDGMENT: JESUS AS THE ESCHATOLOGICAL JUDGE; Advocate or Judge?; The Authenticity of Mt. 25:31-46; The Nature of the Judgment; Conclusion
5. SPEAKING WITH GOD'S AUTHORITY: JESUS AND THE LAWAuthenticity of the Antitheses (Mt. 5:21-48); The Nature of the Claim; Conclusion; 6. ISSUING GOD'S CALL: JESUS' RELATIONSHIP TO HIS DISCIPLES; Twelve Disciples; Jesus' Demands; Conclusion; 7. GOD'S EPITHETS: JESUS' METAPHORICAL SELF-DESCRIPTIONS; The Bridegroom; The Mother Bird; The King; The Sower; Conclusion; 8. MEDIATORY FIGURES IN SECOND TEMPLE JUDAISM; The Royal Messiah; Messianic Pretenders; The Angel of the Lord; The Prince of Light; Melchizedek; Moses; Other Enthroned Characters; The Son of Man; Philo's Ideal Human Being; Logos
Conclusion9. THE UNIQUE SON OF GOD: SUBORDINATE AND EQUAL; Subordinate to the Father; Jesus as the Son of the Father; The Unique Son (Lk. 10.21-22/Mt. 11:25-27); Ignorance of the End (Mk 13.32 par.); The Rich Man (Mk 10.18 par.); Conclusion; 10. JESUS AS THE SON OF MAN; Authenticity; Son of Man -- Generic or Specific?; Connotations; Conclusion; 11. GOD'S NEW TEMPLE; The Temple Charge (Mk 14.58 par.); Jesus' Temple Action (Mk 11.15-17 par.); The Messiah and the Temple; God's Eschatological Temple; Jesus and the Temple; Conclusion; CONCLUSION; Implications; Bibliography; Index of References
Subject IndexIndex of Modern Names; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; R; S; T; U; V; W; X; Y; Z
Summary The Gospel of Matthew contains many repeated phrases and double stories. Scholars have usually used this as evidence to support various source theories. Taking a different approach, this book uses narrative and reader-response criticisms to explore the role verbal repetition plays in the rhetoric, characterization, and plot of the Gospel. The importance of variation, context, and the temporal dimension of narrative is highlighted. A concluding chapter treats two literary studies of repetition in modern narrative and the relation of narrative and reader-response criticisms to aural reception of
Analysis Christianity Scriptures
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-250) and indexes
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Subject Bible. Matthew -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. Matthew -- Language, style
Bible. Matthew.
Bibel Matthäusevangelium
Bible. New Testament. Évangiles Matthieu -- Critique, interprétation, etc.
Bible. New Testament -- Langue, style.
Narration in the Bible.
RELIGION -- Biblical Studies -- New Testament.
RELIGION -- Biblical Studies -- Jesus, the Gospels & Acts.
Mattheüs (bijbelboek)
Narration in the Bible.
Narration dans la Bible.
Genre/Form Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Form Electronic book
Author Anderson, Janice Capel, 1952- Over and over and over again
ISBN 9780567516602