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The house with many rooms : the temple theme of Jn. 14, 2-3

Author: James McCaffrey
Publisher: Roma : Editrice Pontificio Istituto Biblico, 1988.
Series: Analecta biblica, 114.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: James McCaffrey
ISBN: 8876531149 9788876531149
OCLC Number: 22663676
Notes: Revision of the author's thesis (doctoral--Biblical Institute in Rome, 1981).
Description: 293 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction : A. Argument ; B. Problems of the text ; C. Usefulness of our study ; D. Method ; E. Division : 1. Part I: Jewish background ; 2. Part II: text and context. Chapter I: John 14,2-3: a first level of meaning --
some deeper possibilities of the text? : A. Text ; B. Interpretation : 1. The goal of Jesus' journey: the Father's house with many rooms : a. The Father's house : i. The Jerusalem temple ; ii. The heavenly temple. b. The many rooms : i. Rooms ; ii. Many. 2. The way to the Father's house : a. The journey to prepare a place : i. The journey of Jesus ; ii. The preparation of a place. b. Return of Jesus to take disciples to himself : i. Return ; ii. The journey of the disciples with Jesus. 3. The goal of the disciples' journey: reunion with Jesus in the Father's house : a. Jesus Himself ; b. The Father's house where Jesus dwells. Part I: The Jewish background : Chapter II. The house with many rooms : A. The house : 1. Vocabulary: house : a. In general : i. Temple ; ii. Family. b. In particular : i. Nathan oracle ; ii. Qumran. 2. Themes : a. Heavenly temple ; b. Paradise of the just : i. Paradise and the promised land ; ii. Afterlife ; iii. Resurrection. c. Goal of the temple : i. Earthly temple ; ii. Eschatological temple. 3. Application to Jn 14,2-3 : a. Similarities ; b. Differences. B. The many rooms : 1. Vocabulary: rooms : a. Old Testament ; b. Extra-biblical literature. 2. Themes : a. Rooms : i. In general ; ii. In the temple ; iii. In the heaven(s). b. Resting-places : i. In the temple ; ii. In the afterlife. c. Inhabitants : i. The eschatological temple ; ii. The heavenly temple. 3. Application to Jn 14:2-3 : a. Similarities ; b. Differences. Chapter III: The journey of Jesus to prepare a place : A. The journey of Jesus : 1. Vocabulary: journey ; 2. Themes : a. Access to Canaan ; b. Access to the temple ; c. Access to heaven ; --
d. Victory over sin and death : i. In general ; ii. In particular : a. Eschatological victory ; b. Suffering servant. 3. Application to Jn 14, 2-3 : a. Similarities ; b. Differences. B. The preparation : 1. Vocabulary: preparation : a. Old Testament ; b. Targums: Dt 1,33. 2. Themes : a. Yahweh as the builder of the eschatological temple ; b. The Messiah as the builder of the eschatological temple. 3. Application to Jn 14,2-3 : a. Similarities ; b. Differences. C. The place : 1. Vocabulary: place : a. Old Testament : i. In general ; ii. In particular. b. Extra-biblical literature : i. Qumran --
ii. Targums --
a. In general --
b. In particular --
2. Themes: The temple as the goal of unity : a. A deuteronomical formula ; b. Nehemias, 1,9 ; c. Maccabees. i. 2 Mc 1,27-29 --
ii. 2 Mc 2, 17-18. d. Exodus 15,17. 3. Application to Jn 14, 2-3 : a. Similarities ; b. Differences. Chapter IV: The return of Jesus to take the disciples : A. The return of Jesus : 1. Vocabulary: return ; 2. Themes : a. The return of Moses ; b. The return of Elijah ; c. The return of the high priest. 3. Application to Jn 14,2-3 : a. Similarities ; b. Differences. B. The taking of the disciples : 1. Vocabulary: taking : a. Old Testament ; b. Extra-biblical literature ; c. New Testament literature. 2. Themes : a. Moses ; b. Joshua ; c. The wise man ; d. The Messiah. 3. Application to Jn 14,2-3 : a. Similarities ; b. Differences. Part II: Text and context : Chapter V: Literary questions : A. Textual problems : 1. First variant reading ; 2. Second variant reading. B. Farewell discourse(s) (Jn 13,1-17,26) : 1. In general ; 2. In particular. C. Literary techniques : 1. Division of the discourse (Jn 13,31-14,31) : a. Introduction (Jn 13,31-35) : i. Glorification ; ii. The journey of Jesus ; iii. Love. b. Dialogue (Jn 13,36-14,24) : i. Questions ; ii. Misunderstanding : a. Departure ; b. Return ; c. Epilogue (Jn 14,25-31). 2. Dramatic movement : a. Advance movement ; b. Reverse movement : i. Discipleship ; ii. Unity. 3. Structure (Jn 14,1-4) : a. Transitional verses (Jn 14, 1-4) : i. Jn 14,1a: Encouragement ; ii. Jn 14,1b: Faith ; iii. Jn 14,4: The way and the goal. b. Text (Jn 14,2-3): A journey to the Father's house : i. Division ; ii. Unity. 4. Universal perspective. Chapter VI: John 14,2-3: A second level of meaning : A. The Father's house with the many rooms : 1. Double meaning of oikia : a. oikos ; b. oikia. 2. The family of God: Jn 8,35 : a. Links with Jn 14,2-3 ; b. Structure of Jn 8,31-36 ; c. Text of Jn 8,35 ; d. Context of Jn 8,35 ; e. Application of Jn 14, 2-3 : i. Similarities ; ii. Differences. B. The preparation of a place : 1. Double meaning of topos ; 2. The new temple of the risen Jesus: Jn 2,13-22 : a. Links with Jn 14,2-3 ; b. Structure of Jn 2,13-22 ; c. Text of Jn 2,13-22 ; d. Application to Jn 14,2-3 : i. Similarities ; ii. Differences. C. The return of Jesus : 1. Coming ; 2. Again. D. The journey in union with Jesus ; E. The goal of discipleship : 1. Identification with Jesus: Jn 12,26b : a. Links with Jn 14,2-3 ; b. Structure of Jn 12,20-33 ; c. Text of Jn 12,26b : i. Jn 12,32 ; ii. Jn 12,20-22 ; iii. Old Testament background: Isaiah 2,2-5. e. Application to Jn 14:2-3 : i. Similarities ; ii. Differences. 2. Union with Jesus: Jn 17,24 : a. Links with Jn 14,2-3 ; b. Structure of Jn 17,20-24 ; c. Text of John 17,24 ; d. Context of Jn 17,24 ; e. Application to John 14,2-3 : i. Similarities ; ii. Differences. F. The ascending/descending movement of Jn 14,2-3 : i. Jn 1,51 ; ii. Jn 3,13 ; iii. Jn 14,2-3. Chapter VII: Complementary texts : A. The new temple of the truth (Jn 1,14) ; B. The new temple as the meeting-place between God and man (Jn 1,51) ; C. The new temple of worship (Jn 4,20-24) ; D. The new temple as the source of the Spirit (Jn 7,37-39) ; E. The sanctification of the new temple (Jn 10,36) ; F. The goal of the new temple (Jn 11,47-53) ; G. The glory of the new temple (Jn 12,41) ; H. The "sign" of the new temple (Jn 20,19-29). Chapter VIII: A unity of two levels : A. The Father's house with the many rooms : 1. The Father's house ; 2. The many rooms. B. The way to the Father's house : 1. The journey of Jesus ; 2. The preparation of a place. C. The return of Jesus for His disciples : 1. Return ; 2. The journey of the disciples with Jesus. D. The goal of the disciples' journey ; E. The perfect mediator --
Conclusion and recapitulation.
Series Title: Analecta biblica, 114.
Responsibility: James McCaffrey.
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