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Hardcover New In this third volume, Luz brings his superlative analysis of Matthew's Gospel to a close. He is renowned for both his discerning exegetical insights as well as ... his tracing of the effects the text has had throughout history-in theological argument, art, and literature. This final section provides in-depth treatment of Jesus' final days-his entry into Jerusalem, the Passion Narrative, and post-resurrection appearances. Read more Show Less

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780800637705
  • Publisher: Augsburg Fortress Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/28/2005
  • Series: Hermeneia Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 726
  • Product dimensions: 8.52 (w) x 9.74 (h) x 1.79 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword to Hermeneia xi
Editor's Note xiii
Preface xv
Translator's Preface xix
Reference Codes xxi
1 Sources and Abbreviations xxi
2 Text-Critical Sigla xxvii
3 Short Titles of Commentaries, Studies, and Articles xxvii
Introduction
Commentary
I Prelude (1:1-4:22)
II Jesus' Activity in Israel in Word and Deed (4:23-11:30)
III Jesus Withdraws from Israel (12:1-16:20)
IV Jesus' Activity in the Church (16:21-20:34)
V Jesus in Jerusalem (21:1-25:46) 1
A Jesus' Reckoning with His Opponents (21:1-24:2) 1
1 The First Day in Jerusalem (21:1-17) 3
2 Jesus' Second Day in Jerusalem: The Polemical Parables (21:18-22:14) 20
2.1 The Withered Fig Tree (21:18-22) 20
2.2 The Rejection of John the Baptist (21:23-32) 25
2.3 A New Story of the Vineyard: The Evil Tenants (21:33-46) 34
2.4 The Wedding Feast of the King's Son (22:1-14) 45
3 The Jerusalem Controversies (22:15-46) 61
3.1 The Tribute for the Emperor (22:15-22) 68
3.2 The Resurrection of the Dead (22:23-33) 68
3.3 The Great Commandments (22:34-40) 75
3.4 The Question about the Son of David (22:41-46) 88
4 The Woes against the Scribes and Pharisees (23:1-24:2) 92
4.1 Against Hypocrisy and the Love of Titles (23:1-12) 96
4.2 The Seven Woes (23:13-33) 112
4.2.1 The First Woe (23:13) 114
4.2.2 The Second Woe (23:15) 117
4.2.3 The Third Woe (23:16-22) 118
4.2.4 The Fourth Woe (23:23-24) 121
4.2.5 The Fifth Woe (23:25-26) 125
4.2.6 The Sixth Woe (23:27-28) 129
4.2.7 The Seventh Woe (23:29-33) 131
Excursus: The Scribes and the Pharisees 139
4.3 Judgment on Israel (23:34-39) 150
4.3.1 Judgment on This Generation (23:34-36) 150
4.3.2 The Jerusalem Saying (23:37-39) 158
4.4 Jesus Leaves the Temple (24:1-2) 166
Summary: The Basic Message of the Woes Discourse 168
On the Meaning of the Woes Discourse Today 174
B The Judgment Discourse (24:3-25:46) 178
1 The End Time and the End (24:3-31) 180
2 The Final Admonitions to the Church (24:32-25:30) 207
2.1 The Time Is Near (24:32-35) 207
2.2 No One Knows the Time of the End (24:36-41) 211
2.3 The First Watchfulness Parable: The Thief (24:42-44) 216
2.4 The Second Watchfulness Parable: The Overseer (24:45-51) 221
2.5 The Third Watchfulness Parable: The Young Women (25:1-13) 226
2.6 The Parable of the Talents (25:14-30) 246
3 The Judgment of the World (25:31-46) 263
Summary and Excursus: The Understanding of Judgment in the Gospel of Matthew 285
On the Meaning of the Judgment Discourse Today 290
VI Passion and Easter (26:1-28:20) 297
A Introduction 297
1 Text 299
1.1 Structure 301
1.2 Sources 301
1.3 On the Prehistory of the Passion and Easter Traditions 304
2 History of Interpretation 305
2.1 Three Basic Models of Passion Piety 305
2.2 The Passion in Music 312
2.3 Passion and Easter Plays 316
2.4 The Passion Story in Art 321
B Commentary
1 The Passion Begins (26:1-16) 329
1.1 The Decision to Kill Jesus (26:1-5) 329
1.2 The Anointing in Bethany (26:6-13) 334
1.3 The Betrayal by Judas (26:14-16) 344
2 Jesus' Last Passover (26:17-29) 351
2.1 Preparations for the Passover (26:17-19) 351
2.2 Jesus Exposes Judas (26:20-25) 358
2.3 The Lord's Supper (26:26-29) 364
3 In Gethsemane (26:30-56) 386
3.1 The Disciples' Impending Desertion (26:30-35) 386
3.2 Jesus' Prayer on the Mount of Olives (26:36-46) 392
3.3 The Arrest of Jesus (26:47-56) 410
4 In the Palace of the High Priest (26:57-27:10) 423
4.1 Jesus and Peter Enter the Palace of the High Priest (26:57-58) 423
4.2 The Hearing before the High Priest (26:59-66) 425
Excursus: Jesus' Trial before the Sanhedrin 438
4.3 The First Mistreatment (26:67-68) 447
4.4 Peter's Denial (26:69-75) 453
4.5 The Death Decision (27:1-2) 463
4.6 The Thirty Pieces of Silver (27:3-10) 466
Excursus: Judas 478
5 Jesus Is Condemned by the Romans (27:11-31) 491
5.1 The Trial before Pilate (27:11-26) 491
5.2 The Mistreatment and Mocking at the Hands of the Soldiers (27:27-31) 512
6 Jesus Is Crucified (27:32-61) 524
6.1 The Way to the Cross and the Crucifixion (27:32-38) 524
6.2 Mocking the Son of God (27:39-44) 536
6.3 Jesus' Death (27:45-50) 541
6.4 God's Response to Jesus' Death (27:51-54) 560
6.5 The Women at the Cross (27:55-56) 572
6.6 The Burial of Jesus (27:57-61) 576
7 The Resurrection of Jesus and the Double Ending of the Gospel of Matthew (27:62-28:20) 584
7.1 The Appointment of the Guards at the Tomb (27:62-66) 585
7.2 The Empty Tomb (28:1-8) 590
7.3 Jesus' Appearance to the Women (28:9-10) 606
7.4 The Deception with the Guards at the Tomb (28:11-15) 609
7.5 The Commission of the Lord of the World for All Nations (28:16-20) 614
In Retrospect 637
Summary: The Basic Message of Matthew's Story of Jesus 637
On the Meaning of the Story of Jesus Today 642
Endmatter
Indices
1 Passages 645
a Old Testament and Apocrypha 645
b Old Testament Pseudepigrapha 650
c Qumran and Related Texts 652
d Other Jewish Literature 652
e Rabbinic Literature 654
f New Testament 656
g Early Christian Literature and the Ancient Church 662
h Greek and Latin Authors 668
2 Greek Words 671
3 Subjects 671
4 Medieval Commentators and Modern Authors 673
Picture Credits 681
Designer's Notes 682
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