Studien zum Matthausevangelium



Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament No. 358

Crossing borders and boundaries in public service media (kartonnage)

By: Matthias Konradt
July 2016
Mohr Siebeck
Distributed by Coronet Books
ISBN: 9783161538865
487 Pages
$230.00 Hardcover


The volume contains between 2003 and 2015 resulting essays by Matthias Konradt on issues of historical situating of Matthew and Matthew's theology. The essays are divided into three categories.In the first part "in the context of Matthew," the ratio of the Matthean community (s) will be discussed with the Jews on the one hand; secondly central questions of the history of theology location of Matthew's Gospel are discussed within the emerging Christianity by the Gospel of Matthew classified as a Jewish Christian alternative to the Gospel of Mark, tested the hypothesis of an anti-Pauline alignment critical and the relationship with the Letter of James and the Didache is discussed. The essays in the second heading revolve around the closely interrelated in the Matthean theology issues of Christology (as David sonship, royal trains of messianology, baptism of the Son of God) and the Israel theology (ratio of mission to Israel and Gentile mission, interpretation of the destruction of Jerusalem). The third part brings together - in addition to a study on the issue of faith in healing stories - work on fundamental aspects Matthean shear ethics, namely the importance of the Torah and the interpretation of the law (Decalogue Retribution renunciation and love of enemies) and the 18 presented in Mt community ethos and compassion and mercy as ethical attitude. Besides already published essays revised for this anthology, updated and sometimes substantial revision, the band also offers studies that appear here for the first time.