Matthew a Commentary: The Churchbook Matthew 13-28
^ Recognized as a masterly commentary when it first appeared, Frederick Dale Bruner??'s study of Matthew is now available as a greatly revised and expanded two-volume work ? the result of seven years of careful refinement, enrichment, and updating. ^...
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^ Recognized as a masterly commentary when it first appeared, Frederick Dale Bruner??'s study of Matthew is now available as a greatly revised and expanded two-volume work ? the result of seven years of careful refinement, enrichment, and updating. ^ Through this commentary, crafted especially for teachers, pastors, and Bible students, Bruner aims ???to help God??'s people love what Matthew??'s Gospel says.??? Bruner??'s work is at once broadly historical and deeply theological. It is historical in drawing extensively on great church teachers through the centuries and on the classical Christian creeds and confessions. It is theological in that it unpacks the doctrines in each passage, chapter, and section of the Gospel. Consciously attempting to bridge past and present, Bruner asks both what Matthew??'s Gospel said to its first hearers and what it says to readers today. As a result, his commentary is profoundly relevant to contemporary congregations and to those who guide them.
Frederick Dale Bruner is George and Lyda Wasson Professor of Religion Emeritus at Whitworth University and scholar in residence at Fuller Theological Seminary. His other books includeA Theology of the Holy Spirit and the two-volume Matthew: A Commentary -- The Christbook and The Churchbook .
- Chapter 13: The Sermon Of Parablesthe Doctrine Of The Kingdom Of Godchapter 14: The Five Receptionsthe Doctrine Of Human Responsechapter 15:the Doctrine Of Catholic-evangelical Faith(catholic Evangelicalismchapter 16: The Doctrine Of The Churchchapter 17: The Doctrine Of Powermatthew: A Commentary -- Volume 2: The Churchbook, Matthew 13-28frederick Dale Bruner$40.00 Paperbackin Stockusually Ships Within 3 Business Daysrevised And Expanded Editions Edition; 886 Pages; Dimensions (in Inches): 6.25 X 9.25; 2007isbn: 978-0-8028-4507-8you Can Always Remove It Later.quantity:safe Shopping Guaranteedescription Reviews Table Of Contentspreface To The Revised And Expanded Editionmajor Abbreviationschapter 13: The Sermon Of Parablesthe Doctrine Of The Kingdom Of Godthe Big Field Parablesthe Parable Of The Sower, 13:1-9the Great Aside: The Paragraph Of Privilege, 13:10-17the Interpretation Of The Parable Of The Sower, 13:18-23the Parable Of The Weeds, 13:24-30the Little Seed Parablesthe Parables Of The Mustard Seed And The Leaven, 13:31-33the Minor Aside: The Second Paragraph Of Privilege, 13:34-35the Interpretation Of The Parable Of The Weeds, 13:36-43the Gem Parables: The Treasure And The Pearl, 13:44-46the Warning Parable Of The Net, 13:47-50the Final Aside: The Ministry Of The Christian Scholar, 13:51-53a Summary Of The Seven Parableschapter 14: The Five Receptionsthe Doctrine Of Human Responsenazareth's Mental Rejection, 13:54-58herod's Moral Rejection (the Beheading Of John The Baptist), 14:1-12the Disciples' Material Reservation (the Questioned Feeding Of The Five Thousand), 14:13-21peter's Mixed Reception Of Much And Little Faith (walking On And Sinking In The Water), 14:22-33gennesaret's Model Reception, 14:34-36chapter 15:the Doctrine Of Catholic-evangelical Faith(catholic Evangelicalism)sola Scriptura, Pro Homine: Scripture In The Service Of People, 15:1-20sola Scriptura: The Scriptural-theological Principle. The Tradition-of-the-elders Story, 15:1-9pro Homine: The Personal-ethical Principle. The Clean-and-unclean Story, 15:10-20sola Fide: The Faith Principle. The Canaanite Woman's Faith, 15:21-28sola Gratia: The Grace Principle. The Feeding Of The Four Thousand, 15:29-39the Introductory Healing Meeting, 15:29-31the Feeding Of The Four Thousand, 15:32-39solus Christus: The Christ Principle. The Demand For A Sign And The Leaven Of The Pharisees And Sadducees, 16:1-4, 5-12the Demand For A Sign, 16:1-4the Leaven Of The Serious And Sophisticated, 16:5-12chapter 16: The Doctrine Of The Churchconfessing Jesus As The Divine Christ By Faithful Teaching(christocentricity), 16:13-20the Classical Roman Catholic Position On Peterthe Classical Reformation Position On Peterfollowing Jesus As The Suffering Christ By Faithful Living(crucio-christocentricity), 16:21-28jesus' Rebuke Of Peter's Triumphalism, 16:21-23jesus' Call To Discipleship, 16:24-28the More Passive Interpretation Of Cross-bearingthe More Active Interpretation Of Cross-bearingsummary And Conclusion Of Chapter 16chapter 17: The Doctrine Of Powerthe Transfiguration: The Doctrine Of Authoritative Power In The Church, 17:1-8the Elijah Conversation: The Doctrine Of Suffering Power In Mission To The World, 17:9-13the Healing Of The Disciples' Inability: The Doctrine Of Helping Power In The World, 17:14-20chapters 18-20: The Sermon On Communitythe Little Sermon On The Mountchapter 18: The Sermon On The Congregation(congregational Ethics)chapter 19: God's Will For The Home (domestic Ethics)chapter 20: God's Will For Work (vocational Ethics)chapters 21-23: The Church's Historychapter 21: The Three Encounters And Three Parableschapter 22: The Four Questionschapter 23: The Sermon Of Seven Woes:chapters 24-25: The Sermon On The End Of The Worldchapter 24: The Sermon Of Signschapter 25: The Sermon Of Judgmentchapters 26-28: The Church's Passionchapter 26a: The Worship Storieschapter 26b-27a: The Trial Storieschapter 27b: The Crosschapter 28: The Resurrection Missiongospel Parallels In Mark And Luke, Ii