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Hermeneia: Matthew 8-20: A Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew

McWhirter, Jocelyn|Koester, Helmut(ed)|Crouch, James E.(tran)
Fortress Press (Hermeneia)
2001-01-26
HB ?| 8.5 x 9.25 x 0 Inch| 1.42 kg| 646 pages| ISBN 9780800660345
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유럽의 주도적인 마태신학자가 집필하는 3권으로 구성될 마태복음주석시리즈 제 2권입니다. 이미 1-7장까지의 내용이 담긴 1권은 the "Continental Commentaries" series로 출간되었습니다. 저자의 주석은 예리한 석의작업과 해석사의 중요성에 대한 정확한 안목, 현대 기독교윤리에 대하여 신약과 관련을 살피는 태도 등은 특별히 본서에서 주목할만합니다. 본서는 다윗의 아들에 대한 여록(excursus), 마태복음의 비유해석, 마태복음에서의 베드로, 인자 등의 내용이 포함되어 있습니다. Univ. of Bern에서 신약을 가르치고 있는 저자의 작품으로 마태복음주석에 있어서 Davies and Allison의 ICC 마태복음 3권짜리에 필적하는 분량의 대작입니다. SM 이 책에 대해서는 아마도 약간의 설명이 필요하리라 생각됩니다. 원래는 Kingsbury의 마태복음 주석이 Hermeneia씨리즈에 들어가도록 계획되어 있었지만 여러분들이 잘 알다시피 Kingsbury는 Hermeneia의 전문적인 비평주석보다는 문학비평적 주석을 더 잘하는 경향이 있으므로 Fortress의 편집진들은 고민 끝에 Kingsbury의 주석을 Continental씨리즈에 집어넣기로 하고 이미 마태복음 1권을 Continental에 선보인 Luz의 주석을 재편집하여 Hermeneia에 집어넣기로 한 것이다. 그래서 일단 8-20장에 해당하는 2권부터 나오게 된 것이다. 조금 기다리시면 1권과 3권도 나올 겁니다. 그간 Luz의 Continental 마태복음의 나머지 부분들이 10년이 넘게 나오지 않는가 의아해하는 분들에게 조금이나마 도움이 될까 해서 설명해보았습니다. HM
 
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Editor's Note

This English edition of volume two is a translation of volume two and part of volume three of Professor Luz's German four-volume commentary on the Gospel of Matthew. It will be followed in the Hermeneia series by a third volume, based on the remaining chapters of volume three and all of volume four of the German work. The editors of Hermeneia decided to publish these volumes first, because an older English version of volume one of the German commentary has already been published. A revised edition of volume one will then be published, reflecting the author's changes and including full bibliographic information as well as indices for the entire work.

The English translation of the text of the Gospel of Matthew is based on the German translation by Professor Luz and reflects his exegetical decisions. Other biblical texts are usually quoted from the New Revised Standard Version. Quotations of Latin and Greek authors, except where noted, follow the texts and translations of the Loeb Classical Library or other standard editions. Translations from the Dead Sea Scrolls are normally from Geza Vermes, The Dead Sea Scrolls in English (3rd ed.; London and New York: Penguin, 1987).

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Foreword

Preface

Reference Codes
1. Sources and Abbreviations
2. Short Titles of Commentaries, Studies, and Articles Often Cited

Editor's Note

Commentary
I Prelude (1:1-4:22)--vol. 1
II Jesus' Activity in Israel in Word and Deed (4:23-11:30)--vol. 1
A The Sermon on the Mount (5-7)--vol. 1

B Jesus' Miracles in Israel (8:1-9:35)
1 Jesus Heals in Israel (8:1-17)
1.1 Jesus Heals a Leper (8:1-4)
1.2 The Faith of the Centurion of Capernaum (8:5-13)
1.3 Jesus Heals Peter's Mother-in-Law and Many Sick People (8:14-17)
2 To the other Side of the Lake (8:18-9:1)
2.1 Following Jesus into the Storm (8:18-27)
2.2 The Two Demoniacs in Gadara (8:28?9:1)
3 The Conflict with Israel's Leaders (9:2-17)
3.1 The Son of Man Forgives Sins (9:2-8)
3.2 Jesus' Mercy on the Tax Collectors (9:9-13)
3.3 The Bridegroom (9:14-17)
4 Concluding Miracles of Jesus (9:18-34)
4.1 The Ruler's Daughter and the Hemorrhaging Woman (9:18-26)
4.2 The Two Blind Men (9:27-31)
4.3 The Healing of a Dumb Demoniac (9:32-34)
Concluding Summary Report (9:35)
The Miracles of Israel's Messiah
On the Meaning of the Matthean Miracle Stories Today

C. The Disciples Discourse (9:36-11:1)
1 Introduction (9:36-10:5a)
1.1 The Task: the People's Suffering (9:36-38)
1.2 The Commissioned (10:1-5a)
2 Jesus sends the Disciples to Israel (10:5b-23)
2.1 The Mission (10:5b-15)
2.2 The Persecution of the Disciples (10:16-23)
3. The Suffering of the Disciples in Following Jesus (10:24-42)
3.1 As the Master, so the Disciples (10:24-25)
3.2 Proclamation without Fear (10:26-33)
3.3 Division of Families and Cross (10:34-39)
3.4 Hospitality for the Disciples (10:40-42)
4 Conclusion of the Disciples Discourse (11:1)
The Basic Message of the Disciples Discourse
Reflections on the Meaning of the Disciples Discourse Today

D Transition: Israel's Crisis Deepens (11:2-30)
1 Jesus and John the Baptist (11:2-19)
1.1 The Baptist's Inquiry (11:2-6)
1.2 Elijah Returned and His Call to Decision (11:7-15)
1.3 This Stubborn Generation (11:16-19)
2. The Appeal to Israel: Judgment and Invitation (11:20-30)
2.1 Woes on the Cities of Israel (11:20-24)
2.2 The Son's Invitation to the Toiling and Heavy-Laden (11:25-30)

III Jesus Withdraws from Israel (12:1-16:20)
A The Conflict with the Pharisees (12:1-50)
1 The Sabbath of Jesus (12:1-21)
1.1 The Disciples are Hungry on the Sabbath (12:1-8)
1.2 The Healing of a Disabled Man on the Sabbath (12:9-14)
1.3 The Healing Son of God (12:15-21)
2 The First Reckoning with the Pharisees (12:22-50)
2.1 Beelzebul and God's Spirit (12:22-37)
2.2 The Sign of Jonah and the Return of the Demons (12:38-45)
2.3 Jesus' True Family (12:46-50)

B The Parables Discourse (13:1-53)
1 Introduction (13:1-3a)
2 The Discourse to the People (13:3b-35)
2.1 The Seed in the Fourfold Field: on Understanding the Parables (13:3b-23)
2.2 The Tares in the Wheat Field (13:24-30)
2.3 Mustard Seed and Leaven (13:31-33)
2.4 Conclusion of the Public Discourse (13:34-35)
3 The Discourse to the Disciples (13:36-52)
3.1 The Interpretation of the Story of the Tares (13:36-43)
3.2 Of the Treasure in the Field and of the Pearl (13:44-46)
3.3 On the Dragnet (13:47-50)
3.4 Conclusion: On the Understanding Scribe (13:51-52)
Basic Message of the Parables Discourse
On the Meaning of the Parables Discourse Today

C Jesus' Withdrawal from Israel and the Origin of the Church (13:53-16:20)
1 The Murder of John and the First Withdrawal of Jesus (13:53-14:33)
1.1 Jesus Teaches in Nazareth (13:53-58)
1.2 The Death of John the Baptist (14:1-12)
1.3 The Feeding of the Five Thousand (14:13-21)
1.4 Jesus and Peter on the Lake. The First Confession of the Son of God (14:22-33)
2 The Controversy on True Purity and the Withdrawal to Phoenicia (14:34-15:39)
2.1 Healings in Gennesaret (14:34-36)
2.2 The Controversy on Clean and Unclean (15:1-20)
2.3 The Encounter with the Canaanite Woman (15:21-28)
2.4 Healings and the Second Feeding (15:29-39)
3 The Second Demand for a Sign and the Withdrawal to Caesarea Philippi (16:1-20)
3.1 Second Demand for a Sign and Jesus' Withdrawal (16:1-4)
3.2 Warning against the Teaching of the Pharisees and Sadducees (16:5-12)
3.3 The Second Son of God Confession and the Promise to Peter (16:13-20)

IV Jesus' Activity in the Church (16:21-20:34)
A Experiences of the Disciples on the Way to Suffering (16:21-17:27)
1 The Way of Suffering (16:21-28)
2 The Transfiguration of the Son of God and the Suffering of the Son of Man (17:1-13)
3 The Power of Faith that Moves Mountains (17:14-20)
4 Jesus Announces his Suffering (17:22-23)
5 The Temple Tax (17:24-27)

B The Community Discourse (18:1-35)
1 Humility and Solidarity with the Little Ones (18:1-20)
1.1 The Fundamental Principle: A Return to Humbleness (18:1-5)
1.2 Warning against the "Snares" (18:6-9)
1.3 The Search for the Lost (18:10-14)
1.4 On Brotherly Admonition and on Prayer (18:15-20)
2 Forgiveness (18:21-35)
2.1 Unlimited Forgiveness (18:21-22)
2.2 The Unmerciful Debtor (18:23-35)
The Basic Message of the Community Discourse
On the Meaning of the Community Discourse Today

C On the Way to Jerusalem (19:1-20:34)
1 Divorce and Celibacy (19:1-12)
2 Jesus and the Children (19:13-15)
3 Jesus and the Rich Young Man (19:16-30)
4 The Laborers in the Vineyard (20:1-16)
5 Again Jesus Announces His Passion (20:17-19)
6 Suffering and Service (20:20-28)

7 The Two Blind Men (20:29-34)

Indices
1. Passages
a / Old Testament and Apocrypha
b / Old Testament Pseudepigrapha
c / Qumran and Related Texts
d / Other Jewish Literature
e / Rabbinic Literature
f / New Testament
g / Early Christian Literature and the Ancient Church
h / Greek and Latin Authors
2. Greek and Hebrew Words
3. Subjects
4. Medieval Commentators and Modern Authors

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