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Author Crowe, Brandon D.

Title The Obedient Son : Deuteronomy and Christology in the Gospel of Matthew
Published Berlin : De Gruyter, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (296 pages)
Series Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der älteren Kirche, 0171-6441 ; Bd. 188
Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der älteren Kirche ; Beiheft 188
Contents Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Introduction; Chapter One: Methodology and Approach; 1.1 Matthew and the Old Testament; 1.2 Understanding the Old Testament in Matthew; 1.3 Limitations and Focus; 1.4 Summary; Chapter Two: The Circulation and Use of Deuteronomy in Ancient Judaism and Christianity; 2.1 Text of Deuteronomy; 2.2 Use of Deuteronomy: Jewish Literature; 2.3 Use of Deuteronomy: Christian Literature; 2.4 Summary and Conclusions; Chapter Three: Sonship and Obedience in Deuteronomy; 3.1 The Importance of Deuteronomy; 3.2 Exegesis of Deuteronomy; 3.3 Filial Themes
3.4 Summary and ConclusionsChapter Four: Sonship and Obedience in Ancient Jewish and Christian Literature; 4.1 Sonship and Obedience: Old Testament; 4.2 Sonship and Obedience: Later Jewish Literature; 4.3 Sonship and Obedience: Early Christian Literature; 4.4 Summary and Conclusions; Chapter Five: Deuteronomic Sonship in Matthew, Part 1: Strong and Likely Allusions; 5.1 Strong Allusion(s): Matthew 4:1-11; 5.2 Likely Allusions; 5.3 Summary; Chapter Six: Deuteronomic Sonship in Matthew, Part 2: Significant Possibilities (Matthew 3, 17); 6.1 Matthew 3.15-17; 6.2 Matthew 17.1-21
6.3 Summary: Matthew 3, 17Chapter Seven: Deuteronomic Sonship in Matthew, Part 3: Possible Allusions; 7.1 Matthew 1.20; 7.2 Matthew 12.46-50; 7.3 Matthew 21.28-22.14; 7.4 Comprehensive Summary and Conclusions; Chapter Eight: Conclusions; 8.1 Summary and Implications: Chapters 1-4; 8.2 Summary and Implications: Chapters 5-7; 8.3 Suggestions for Further Study; 8.4 Concluding Synthesis; Bibliography; Index of Biblical and Ancient References; Index of Modern Authors
Summary In this work the author argues that the articulation of Jesus as Son of God in the Gospel of Matthew is significantly influenced by the Deuteronomic concept of obedient sonship. In support of the thesis, Matthew's multifaceted use of Scripture is considered, along with the prominence of Deuteronomy and the related themes of sonship and obedience in early Judaism and Christianity. It is concluded that Matthew has utilized these prevalent themes in a unique way, applying them messianically to Jesus, and consequently also to the early Christian community
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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Subject Jesus Christ -- Person and offices -- Biblical teaching.
Bible. Deuteronomy -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. Deuteronomy -- Relation to Matthew.
Bible. Matthew -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. Matthew -- Relation to Deuteronomy.
Obedience -- Biblical teaching.
Son of God -- Biblical teaching.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1280596880
3110279916 (electronic bk.)
9781280596889
9783110279917 (electronic bk.)