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Vision of Matthew: Christ, Church, and Morality in the First Gospel epub ebook

by John P. Meier

Vision of Matthew: Christ, Church, and Morality in the First Gospel epub ebook

Author: John P. Meier
Category: Bible Study & Reference
Language: English
Publisher: Crossroad Pub Co (June 1, 1991)
Pages: 270 pages
ISBN: 0824510925
ISBN13: 978-0824510923
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 455
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John P. Meier received his licentiate in Theology from the Gregorian University (Rome) in 1968 and his doctorate in Sacred . Timely as the Gospel of Matthew will be read this liturgical year in the Catholic Church.

John P. Meier received his licentiate in Theology from the Gregorian University (Rome) in 1968 and his doctorate in Sacred Scripture from the Biblical Institute (Rome) in 1975. He is the William K. Warren Foundation Chair of Theology at the University of Notre Dame.

The Vision of Matthew book. Meier is the author of nine books and more than 60 scholarly articles. Meier is Professor of New Testament in the Department of Theology at the University of Notre Dame. Before coming to Notre Dame, he was Professor at The Catholic University of America. Books by John P. Meier. Mor. rivia About Vision of Matthew.

Indeed, the nexus between Christ and his Church emerges as the outstanding characteristic of Matthew's gospel. John P. Meier received his licentiate in Theology from the Gregorian University (Rome) in 1968 and his doctorate in Sacred Scripture from the Biblical Institute (Rome) in 1975

Indeed, the nexus between Christ and his Church emerges as the outstanding characteristic of Matthew's gospel. Part III studies Matthew's construction of a unified moral vision on the basis of this connection between Christ and Church. Customers Who Viewed This Product Also Viewed. The Vigil of Christmas: Great Compline and Matins.

This book was one of three chosen as textbooks by my professor for our Matthew class. It offers insightful exegesis by a noted Biblical scholar. Meier has such a vision. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 16 years ago. This is a beautiful book, which everyone must read. After reading this book, you will have one, too.

The Vision of Matthew: Christ, Church, and Morality in the First Gospel. New York: Paulist Press, 1979. Catholic Theological Union, Chicago. Meier, The Vision of Matthew. David E. Green (Atlanta: John Knox Press, 1975) p. 1. oogle Scholar. 2. Edward Massaux, Influence de l’Evangile de saint Matthieu sur la littérature chrétienne avant saint Irénée (Lowen: Diss.

However, the gospel of Matthew has been notoriously difficult to date . Several factors speak to a date ranging from AD 60–65. Finally, many scholars believe Mark to have been the first gospel composed, making it most probable that Matthew was written soon after. Why is Matthew so important? The apostle Matthew, a Jew himself, offered a decidedly Jewish perspective on the ministry of Jesus. Meier's series A Marginal Jew: Rethinking the Historical Jesus begins by invoking the methods of modern .

On the question of references to Jesus in the Talmud, Meier considers the thesis of Joseph Klausner (1925) that some very few rabbinic sources, none earlier than about than late 2nd or early 3rd century, contain traces of the historical Jesus.

The Origin and Destiny of Humanness: An Interpretation of the Gospel According to Matthew. Das Gesetz und die Propheten: Untersuchungen zur Theologie des Evangeliums des Matthaus.

In this volume Father Meier explores how Matthew remodeled the form, the Christological message, and the moral demand of the gospel. Part I shows Matthew's church in crisis. It was experiencing a shift in its Christian existence: from a narrow Jewish-Christian past to a universal Gentile future. To preserve yet reinterpret the particularistic traditions of that Jewish-Christian past, Matthew drew up a model of salvation history and then reshaped the gospel message to fit it. Part II offers a mini-commentary on the whole gospel to illustrate this reshaping of the message. Pericope by pericope, Matthew presents Jesus as Son of God and Son of Man, and therefore as 'the' definitive teacher of his Church. Indeed, the nexus between Christ and his Church emerges as the outstanding characteristic of Matthew's gospel. Part III studies Matthew's construction of a unified moral vision on the basis of this connection between Christ and Church. The basic stance of Jesus and his disciples towards the Mosaic Law is one of fulfillment - a 'prophetic' fulfillment which involves at times a deepening of, at times the abrogation of, the letter of the Law.
Reviews (5)
Burilar
Until Meier's commentary on Mathew comes out in the Anchor/Yale series, this is the one to read. Meier is lighter on exegesis of each separate pericope (although it treats a few passages in detail that are key to understanding Mathew), but he focuses on the structure and overarching intent of the whole gospel, how Mathew shaped his sources to fit his own vision and the needs of the church he was serving. This is a healthy exercises in reading the gospel as a whole to get a broad vision and understanding that is not available from a focus on each chapter and verse.

Irostamore
Enlightening reading. Enjoyed thoroughly. Timely as the Gospel of Matthew will be read this liturgical year in the Catholic Church.

Downloaded
John Meier never fails to deliver brilliant scriptural analysis.

Negal
This is a beautiful book, which everyone must read. If you never read another commentary, read this one. Meier has a special relationship with Matthew. After reading this book, you will have one, too.

Tansino
This book was one of three chosen as textbooks by my professor for our Matthew class. It offers insightful exegesis by a noted Biblical scholar.

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