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The Gospel of Matthew - Rudolf Schnackenburg

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From ancient times the Gospel of Matthew has been regarded as the "church Gospel" its aims are preeminently catechetical, pastoral, and missionary. But recent research raises many questionsregarding Matthew's creation, theological intentions, and shapingfor the circle of its first recipients. This highly original commentary by Rudolf Schnackenburgfollows Matthew chapter by chapter and verse by verse, carefullyexplaining and interpreting the text against both its primitive andcurrent horizons. Schnackenburg sees Matthew's purpose as simply"the proclamation of Christian salvation." His commentary givesextra attention to the great discourses of Jesus found in Matthew(such as the Sermon on the Mount), showing how Jesus' wordsand works have special currency for the self-understanding of thechurch and for the task of Christian living today. Written by a master exegete with a pastor's sensitivity, thiscommentary will fast become a classic study of Matthew's Gospel.

Introduction
Form and Constructionp. 1
Sources and Redactional Formationp. 4
The "Place" of the Gospel of Matthew: Spiritual Milieu and Originp. 5
Time and Circumstances of the Composition: The Authorp. 6
Israel, Judaism, and the Church in the Gospel of Matthewp. 7
Peter and His Meaning for the Gospel of Matthewp. 8
Christologyp. 8
Old Law and New "Righteousness"p. 10
Salvation History and Eschatological Fulfillmentp. 10
History of the Influence of Matthew's Gospel and Its Meaning Todayp. 11
The Second Part of the Gospel of Matthew (16:21-28:20)p. 12
Some Special Matthean Concernsp. 12
Commentary
The Pre-Gospel (chaps. 1-2)p. 15
A Catena of Narratives from the Early Childhood of the Messiah Jesus (chap. 2)p. 20
Beginnings: John the Baptizer, Jesus' Baptism and Temptation, and Emergence in Galilee (3:1-4:16)p. 28
Jesus' Proclamation and Works of Healing (4:17-9:34)p. 40
The Sermon on the Mount (chaps. 5-7)p. 44
The Beginning of the Sermon on the Mount (5:1-19)p. 45
"Greater Righteousness": Antitheses (5:20-48)p. 53
The Right Attitude before God the Father (6:1-18)p. 63
Undivided Service to God and the Quest for His Reign (6:19-34)p. 70
Instructions for a Community of Siblings (7:1-12)p. 73
Concluding Admonitions (7:13-29)p. 76
Jesus' Salvific Works, Especially in Cures and Deeds of Power (8:1-9:34)p. 80
Return to Capernaum and Further Deeds of Healing (9:1-34)p. 86
The Disciples as Jesus' Messengers: The Discourse at the Sending of the Disciples (9:35-11:1)p. 92
Conversations and Confrontations (11:2-12:50)p. 103
Jesus and John the Baptist (11:2-19)p. 103
Cries of Woe, of Jubilee, and of the Savior (11:20-30)p. 107
Confrontations with Opponents (12:1-21)p. 111
Imputation of Complicity with the Devil, Demand for Signs--Jesus' Majesty and His New Family (12:22-50)p. 114
The Parabolic Discourse (13:1-53)p. 121
Parabolic Discourse before the People (13:1-35)p. 122
Parabolic Discourse to the Disciples (13:36-53)p. 131
Jesus' Further Activity, Amid Mounting Opposition (13:54-14:36)p. 136
Confrontation with Jewish Governing Circles on the Occasion of Further Activity Among the People (15:1-16:12)p. 146
The Confession of Peter: The Critical Point for the Faith-Understanding of the Community (16:13-20)p. 156
The Way to Jerusalem (16:21-20:34)p. 161
First Prediction of Jesus' Passion and Resurrection: Instructions for the Disciples (16:21-17:21)p. 161
Second Prediction of Jesus' Passion and Resurrection (17:22-18:35)p. 169
The Great Community Discourse (chap. 18)p. 170
Important Community Themes, with the Third Prediction of Jesus' Suffering and Resurrection (19:1-20:34)p. 181
The Days in Jerusalem (chaps. 21-25)p. 198
The Entry into Jerusalem, the Cleansing of the Temple, and the Question of Authority (21:1-17)p. 199
Three Polemical Parables (21:28-22:14)p. 207
Four Significant Questions (Disputations) (22:15-46)p. 216
Discourse against the Scribes and Pharisees (chap. 23)p. 225
The Great Eschatological Discourse (chaps. 24-25)p. 235
Jesus' Passion and Resurrection (26:1-28:20)p. 259
From the Conspiracy of the High Council to the Hour in Gethsemane (26:1-46)p. 261
From the Arrest of Jesus to His Delivery to Pilate (26:47-27:10)p. 272
The Hearing before Pilate, the Mocking of Jesus, and His Crucifixion, Death, and Burial (27:11-66)p. 281
The Resurrection and the Appearances of Jesus (28:1-20)p. 293
Index of Subjectsp. 301
Index of Scripture and Other Ancient Literaturep. 308
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ISBN: 9780802844385
ISBN-10: 0802844383
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 340
Published: September 2002
Publisher: William B Eerdmans Publishing Co
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 1.8
Weight (kg): 0.48