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Matthew and the Didache [Hardcover]

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Pages   318
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 9.6" Width: 6.4" Height: 0.9"
Weight:   1.55 lbs.
Binding  Hardcover
Release Date   Jun 9, 2005
Publisher   Augsburg Fortress Publishers
ISBN  0800637224  
EAN  9780800637224  


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Scholars from the United States, Canada, France, the Netherlands, and South Africa analyze the complex relationship between the Gospel of Matthew and the Didache. They discuss the implications not only for scholars' understanding of these two ancient documents but for the development of Christianity, Jewish-Christian relations, and the history of liturgy. The contributors are: *Bas ter Haar Romeny *Clayton N. Jefford *Wim Weren *Aaron Milavec *Kari Syreeni *John S. Kloppenborg *Peter J. Tomson *Gerard Rouwhorst *Andre Tuilier *Huub van de Sandt *Joseph Verheyden *Jonathan A. Draper

Introduction I Milieu 1.Hypotheses On The Development Of Judasim And Christianity In Syria In The Period After 70 C.E. Bas Ter Haar Romeny 2.The Milieu Of Matthew, The Didache, And Ignatius Of Antioch: Agreements And Differences Clayton N. Jefford II The Two Documents: Their Provenance And Origin 3.The History And Social Setting Of The Matthean Community Wim Weren 4.When, Why, And For Whom Was The Didache Created? Insights Into The Social And Historical Setting Of The Didache Communities Aaaron Milavec III Two Documents From The Same Jewish-Christian Milieu? 5.The Sermon On The Mount And The Two Ways Teaching Of The Didache Kari Syreeni 6.The Use Of The Synoptics Or Q In Did. 1:3b-2:1 John S. Kloppenborg 7.The Halakhic Evidence Of Didache 8 And Matthew 6 And The Didache Community's Relationship To Judaism Peter J. Tomson 8.Didache 9-10: A Litmus Test For The Research On Early Christian Liturgy Eucharist Gerard Rouwhorst 9.Les Charismatiques Itinerants Dans La Didache Et Dans L'Evangile De Matthieu (with An English Abstract) Andre Tuilier 10.Two Windows On A Developing Jewish-Christian Reproof Practice: Matt 18:15-17 And Did. 15:3 Huub Van De Sandt 11.Eschatology In The Didache And The Gospel Of Matthew Joseph Verheyden 12.Do The Didache And Matthew Reflect An "Irrevocable Parting Of The Ways" With Judaism? Jonathan A. Draper Cumulative Bibliography Indices

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Scholars from the United States, Canada, France, the Netherlands, and South Africa analyze the complex relationship between the Gospel of Matthew and the Didache. They discuss the implications not only for scholars' understanding of these two ancient documents but for the development of Christianity, Jewish-Christian relations, and the history of liturgy. The contributors are: Bas ter Haar Romeny Clayton N. Jefford Wim Weren Aaron Milavec Kari Syreeni John S. Kloppenborg Peter J. Tomson Gerard Rouwhorst Andre Tuilier Huub van de Sandt Joseph Verheyden Jonathan A. Draper

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