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The Gospel of Matthew in Current Study

Paperback|Jan 2001
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224 pages
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First-rate scholars here explore the pastoral and academic aspects of the study of Matthew's Gospel. Built on the best of current research, these chapters cover a diverse range of significant topics in addition to highlighting the points of disagreement that continue to stimulate scholarship in the field. Published in memory of William G. Thompson, S. J., The Gospel of Matthew in Current Study is not only a fitting tribute to Thompson's lifelong interest in the First Gospel but is also an excellent introduction to contemporary Matthean studies with great potential as a classroom resource. Contributors: Richard S. Ascough David E. Aune Wendy Cotter Daniel J. Harrington Jack Dean Kingsbury Amy-Jill Levine Anthony J. Saldarini Donald Senior Graham N. Stanton Thomas H. Tobin Elaine Wainwright
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Foremost Matthean scholars explore the pastoral as well as academic aspects of the study of Matthew, including "clear points of disagreement". The essays are from a colloquium in memory of William G. Thompson, S.J., held June 12-14, 1998, at Loyola University, Chicago.
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David E Aune

David E. Aune is Walter Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins at the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Indiana. He is the author of numerous books and articles on the New Testament and early Christianity.

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