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The structure of Matthew's gospel : a study in literary design

Author: David R Bauer
Publisher: Sheffield, England : Almond, 1989.
Series: Journal for the study of the New Testament., Supplement series ;, 31.; Bible and literature series, 15.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David R Bauer
ISBN: 1850751048 9781850751045
OCLC Number: 31301457
Description: 182 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introductory considerations : Matthean structure and literary criticism --
Categories of compositional relationships --
Steps of procedure --
Survey of investigations into Matthew's structure : Geographical-chronological structures --
Topical structures --
Conceptual structures --
The Structure of Matthew : repetition of comparison : Comparison between the mission of Jesus and the mission of the Disciples --
Comparison between the ethical behavior of Jesus and the ethical expectations for the Disciples --
The Role of filial language in the comparison between Jesus and the Disciples. The Structure of Matthew : repetition of contrast : Introduction and general portrait of the contrast between Jesus and his opponents --
Specific analysis of the contrast between Jesus and his opponents --
The Structure of Matthew : repetition of particularization and climax with preparation and causation : The Preparation for Jesus Messiah, Son of God (1:1-4:16) --
The Proclamation of Jesus of Israel (4:17-16:20) --
The Passion and resurrection of Jesus Messiah, Son of God (16:21-28:20) --
The Structure of Matthew : climax with inclusio : The Structure and form of 28:16-20 --
The Major themes which move toward climax in 28:16-20 --
The Structure of Matthew : relationship between great discourses and narrative framework : Observations regarding the relationship between the narrative and discourses in Matthew --
The Function of the great discourses.
Series Title: Journal for the study of the New Testament., Supplement series ;, 31.; Bible and literature series, 15.
Responsibility: David R. Bauer.

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