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The Politics of Race and Ethnicity in Matthew's Passion Narrative

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Download or read book in PDF The Politics of Race and Ethnicity in Matthew's Passion Narrative written by Wongi Park and published by Springer. This book was released on 2019-01-21 with total page 160 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: In Matthew’s passion narrative, the ethnoracial identity of Jesus comes into sharp focus. The repetition of the title “King of the Judeans” foregrounds the politics of race and ethnicity. Despite the explicit use of terminology, previous scholarship has understood the title curiously in non-ethnoracial ways. This book takes the peculiar omission in the history of interpretation as its point of departure. It provides an expanded ethnoracial reading of the text, and poses a fundamental ideological question that interrogates the pattern in the larger context of modern biblical scholarship. Wongi Park issues a critique of the dominant narrative and presents an alternative reading of Matthew’s passion narrative. He identifies a critical vocabulary and framework of analysis to decode the politics of race and ethnicity implicit in the history of interpretation. Ultimately, the book lends itself to a broader research agenda: the destabilization of the dominant narrative of early Christianity’s non-ethnoracial origins.

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Empire in the New Testament

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ISBN : 9781608995998
Pages : 320 pages
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Download or read book in PDF Empire in the New Testament written by Stanley E. Porter and published by Wipf and Stock Publishers. This book was released on 2011-01-01 with total page 320 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: How does a Christian render unto Caesar what is Caesar's, and unto God what is God's? This book is the result of the Bingham Colloquium of 2007 that brought scholars from across North America to examine the New Testament's response to the empires of God and Caesar. Two chapters lay the foundation for that response in the Old Testament's concept of empire, and six others address the response to the notion of empire, both human and divine, in the various authors of the New Testament. A final chapter investigates how the church fathers regarded the matter. The essays display various methods and positions; together, however, they offer a representative sample of the current state of study of the notion of empire in the New Testament.

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Jesus, Matthew's Gospel and Early Christianity

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ISBN : 9780567477545
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Download or read book in PDF Jesus, Matthew's Gospel and Early Christianity written by Daniel M. Gurtner and published by Bloomsbury Publishing. This book was released on 2011-10-27 with total page 240 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The passing of Professor Graham Stanton, former Lady Margaret chair of divinity at Cambridge University, in 2009 marked the passing of an era in Matthean scholarship and studies of early Christianity. Stanton's 15 books and dozens of articles span thirty-four years and centre largely on questions pertaining to the gospel of Matthew and early Christianity. The present volume pays tribute to Stanton by engaging with the principal areas of his research and contributions: the Gospel of Matthew and Early Christianity. Contributors to the volume each engage a research question which intersects the contribution of Stanton in his various spheres of scholarly influence and enquiry. The distinguished contributors include; Richard Burridge, David Catchpole, James D.G. Dunn, Craig A. Evans, Don Hagner, Peter Head, Anders Runesson and Christopher Tuckett.

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Matthew and Empire

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ISBN : 156338342X
Pages : 249 pages
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Download or read book in PDF Matthew and Empire written by Warren Carter and published by A&C Black. This book was released on 2001-10-01 with total page 249 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: "In Matthew and Empire, Warren Carter argues that Matthew's Gospel protests Roman imperialism by asserting that God's purposes and will are performed not by the empire and emperor but by Jesus and his community of disciples. Carter makes the claim for reading Matthew this way against the almost exclusive emphasis on the relationship with the synagogue that has long characterized Matthean scholarship. He established Matthew's imperial context by examining Roman imperial ideology and material presence in Anitoch, the traditional provenance for Matthew. Carter argues that Matthean Christology, which presents Jesus as God's agent, is shaped by claims - and protests against those claims - that the emperor and the empire are God's agents. He pays particular attention to the Gospel's central irony, namely that in depicting God's ways and purposes, the Gospel employs the very imperial framework that it resists. Matthew and Empire challenges traditional readings of Matthew and encourage fresh perspectives in Matthean scholarship."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Matthew's Messianic Shepherd-King

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ISBN : 9783110204162
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Download or read book in PDF Matthew's Messianic Shepherd-King written by Joel Willitts and published by Walter de Gruyter. This book was released on 2007-01-01 with total page 279 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: In two places in the First Gospel (Matt 10:5b-6; 15:24) the Messianic mission of Jesus and his disciples is limited to a group called ‘the lost sheep of the house of Israel’. In light of Matthew’s intense interest in Jesus’ Davidic Messiahship and the Jewish Shepard-King traditions surrounding King David it is argued that the 'lost sheep of the house of Israel' refers to remnants of the former northern kingdom of Israel who continued to reside in the northern region of the ideal Land of Israel.

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Matthew's Gospel from Scratch

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Publisher : Westminster John Knox Press
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ISBN : 9780664234850
Pages : 130 pages
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Download or read book in PDF Matthew's Gospel from Scratch written by Donald L. Griggs and published by Westminster John Knox Press. This book was released on 2011 with total page 130 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: From Matthew's matter-of-fact genealogy demonstrating Jesus' status as a descendant of King David, through the soaring words of the Sermon on the Mount, to the lessons found in the Seven Parables of the Kingdom, Matthew's Gospel is rich and wonderfully relevant to contemporary Christians. Under the wise guidance of Donald Griggs and Earl Johnson, Matthew's Gospel is also easily accessible to those with little or no knowledge of the Bible.

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A Velvet Empire

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Publisher : Princeton University Press
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ISBN : 9780691205342
Pages : 368 pages
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Download or read book in PDF A Velvet Empire written by David Todd and published by Princeton University Press. This book was released on 2021-01-12 with total page 368 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: How France's elites used soft power to pursue their imperial ambitions in the nineteenth century After Napoleon's downfall in 1815, France embraced a mostly informal style of empire, one that emphasized economic and cultural influence rather than military conquest. A Velvet Empire is a global history of French imperialism in the nineteenth century, providing new insights into the mechanisms of imperial collaboration that extended France's power from the Middle East to Latin America and ushered in the modern age of globalization. David Todd shows how French elites pursued a cunning strategy of imperial expansion in which conspicuous commodities such as champagne and silk textiles, together with loans to client states, contributed to a global campaign of seduction. French imperialism was no less brutal than that of the British. But while Britain widened its imperial reach through settler colonialism and the acquisition of far-flung territories, France built a "velvet" empire backed by frequent military interventions and a broadening extraterritorial jurisdiction. Todd demonstrates how France drew vast benefits from these asymmetric, imperial-like relations until a succession of setbacks around the world brought about their unravelling in the 1870s. A Velvet Empire sheds light on France's neglected contribution to the conservative reinvention of modernity and offers a new interpretation of the resurgence of French colonialism on a global scale after 1880. This panoramic book also highlights the crucial role of collaboration among European empires during this period—including archrivals Britain and France—and cooperation with indigenous elites in facilitating imperial expansion and the globalization of capitalism.

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Matthew's Theology of Fulfillment, Its Universality and Its Ethnicity

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ISBN : 9780567675699
Pages : 392 pages
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Download or read book in PDF Matthew's Theology of Fulfillment, Its Universality and Its Ethnicity written by Herman C. Waetjen and published by Bloomsbury Publishing. This book was released on 2017-10-19 with total page 392 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The interpretation of this gospel integrates an objective analysis of its historical context and a subjective semantic disclosure of meaning. To that end, a close reading of the text is combined with consistency building in order to achieve textual congruence and plenitude of meaning. The subject/ object split of traditional biblical scholarship that requires analysis in order to produce explanation as a definable object is superseded in this book by the event of reading as a dynamic happening of personal experience from which the reader cannot detach herself or himself.

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The Lord's Prayer in Matthew 6:9-13

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ISBN : 9781666710182
Pages : 164 pages
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Download or read book in PDF The Lord's Prayer in Matthew 6:9-13 written by F. Manjewa M'bwangi and published by Wipf and Stock Publishers. This book was released on 2022-04-26 with total page 164 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: In this book, a socio rhetorical analysis blending literary with social sciences approaches provides the exegetical leverage to explore Matthew’s use of the Lord’s Prayer in shaping the identity of his community in the antiquity. The book lays down a foundation for drawing insights from the Lord’s Prayer concerning Christian norms, values, and traditions that are pertinent to pastors, students, researchers, and lecturers who are interested in exploring matters of identity in their communities, institutions, and society at large.

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The Roman Empire and the New Testament

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Publisher : Abingdon Press
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ISBN : 9781426724886
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Download or read book in PDF The Roman Empire and the New Testament written by Warren Carter and published by Abingdon Press. This book was released on 2010-09-01 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: An indispensable introduction to Roman society, culture, law, politics, religion, and daily life as they relate to the study of the New Testament. The Roman Empire formed the central context in which the New Testament was written. Anyone who wishes to understand the New Testament texts must become familiar with the political, economic, societal, cultural, and religious aspects of Roman rule. Much of the New Testament deals with enabling its readers to negotiate, in an array of different manners, this pervasive imperial context. This book will help the reader see how social structures and daily practices in the Roman world illumine so much of the content of the New Testament message. For example, to grasp what Paul was saying about food offered to idols one must understand that temples in the Roman world were not “churches,” and that they functioned as political, economic, and gastronomic centers, whose religious dealings were embedded within these other functions.Brief in presentation yet broad in scope, The Roman Empire and the New Testament: An Essential Guide will introduce students to the information and ideas essential to coming to grips with the world in which early Christianity was born.

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Bulletin for Contextual Theology in Southern Africa & Africa

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ISBN : IND:30000088009711
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Download or read book in PDF Bulletin for Contextual Theology in Southern Africa & Africa written by and published by . This book was released on 2000 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:

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Crossing Empires

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Publisher : Duke University Press
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ISBN : 9781478007432
Pages : 360 pages
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Download or read book in PDF Crossing Empires written by Kristin L. Hoganson and published by Duke University Press. This book was released on 2020-01-03 with total page 360 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Weaving U.S. history into the larger fabric of world history, the contributors to Crossing Empires de-exceptionalize the American empire, placing it in a global transimperial context. They draw attention to the breadth of U.S. entanglements with other empires to illuminate the scope and nature of American global power as it reached from the Bering Sea to Australia and East Africa to the Caribbean. With case studies ranging from the 1830s to the late twentieth century, the contributors address topics including diplomacy, governance, anticolonialism, labor, immigration, medicine, religion, and race. Their transimperial approach—whether exemplified in examinations of U.S. steel corporations partnering with British imperialists to build the Ugandan railway or the U.S. reliance on other empires in its governance of the Philippines—transcends histories of interimperial rivalries and conflicts. In so doing, the contributors illuminate the power dynamics of seemingly transnational histories and the imperial origins of contemporary globality. Contributors. Ikuko Asaka, Oliver Charbonneau, Genevieve Clutario, Anne L. Foster, Julian Go, Michel Gobat, Julie Greene, Kristin L. Hoganson, Margaret D. Jacobs, Moon-Ho Jung, Marc-William Palen, Nicole M. Phelps, Jay Sexton, John Soluri, Stephen Tuffnell

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The Oxford Handbook of the Ends of Empire

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ISBN : 9780198713197
Pages : 760 pages
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Download or read book in PDF The Oxford Handbook of the Ends of Empire written by Martin Thomas and published by Oxford Handbooks. This book was released on 2019-02-06 with total page 760 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This handbook is currently in development, with individual articles publishing online in advance of print publication. At this time, we cannot add information about unpublished articles in this handbook, however the table of contents will continue to grow as additional articles pass through the review process and are added to the site. Please note that the online publication date for this handbook is the date that the first article in the title was published online.

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Empire's Proxy

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ISBN : 9780814794760
Pages : 235 pages
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Download or read book in PDF Empire's Proxy written by Meg Wesling and published by NYU Press. This book was released on 2011-04-11 with total page 235 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Explores the impact of colonial domination and defends Puerto Rican anti-imperialist struggles.

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Comic empires

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Publisher : Manchester University Press
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ISBN : 9781526142962
Pages : 456 pages
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Download or read book in PDF Comic empires written by Richard Scully and published by Manchester University Press. This book was released on 2019-11-04 with total page 456 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Comic empires is an innovative collection of new scholarly research, exploring the relationship between imperialism and cartoons, caricature, and comic art.

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Matthew's Christian-Jewish Community

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Publisher : University of Chicago Press
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ISBN : 9780226734217
Pages : 317 pages
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Download or read book in PDF Matthew's Christian-Jewish Community written by Anthony J. Saldarini and published by University of Chicago Press. This book was released on 1994-05-16 with total page 317 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The most Jewish of gospels in its contents and yet the most anti-Jewish in its polemics, the Gospel of Matthew has been said to mark the emergence of Christianity from Judaism. Anthony J. Saldarini overturns this interpretation by showing us how Matthew, far from proclaiming the replacement of Israel by the Christian church, wrote from within Jewish tradition to a distinctly Jewish audience. Recent research reveals that among both Jews and Christians of the first century many groups believed in Jesus while remaining close to Judaism. Saldarini argues that the author of the Gospel of Matthew belonged to such a group, supporting his claim with an informed reading of Matthew's text and historical context. Matthew emerges as a Jewish teacher competing for the commitment of his people after the catastrophic loss of the Temple in 70 C.E., his polemics aimed not at all Jews but at those who oppose him. Saldarini shows that Matthew's teaching about Jesus fits into first-century Jewish thought, with its tradition of God-sent leaders and heavenly mediators. In Saldarini's account, Matthew's Christian-Jewish community is a Jewish group, albeit one that deviated from the larger Jewish community. Contributing to both New Testament and Judaic studies, this book advances our understanding of how religious groups are formed.

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Saint Matthew's Witness to Words and Works of the Lord

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ISBN : UOM:39015064335105
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Download or read book in PDF Saint Matthew's Witness to Words and Works of the Lord written by Francis William Upham and published by . This book was released on 1891 with total page 415 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: