The Sermon on the Mount and Human Flourishing
The Sermon on the Mount, one of the most influential portions of the Bible, is the most studied and commented upon portion of the Christian Scriptures. Every Christian generation turns to it for insight and guidance. In this volume,...
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The Sermon on the Mount, one of the most influential portions of the Bible, is the most studied and commented upon portion of the Christian Scriptures. Every Christian generation turns to it for insight and guidance.
In this volume, a recognized expert on the Gospels shows that the Sermon on the Mount offers a clear window into understanding God's work in Christ. Jonathan Pennington provides a historical, theological, and literary commentary on the Sermon and explains how this text offers insight into God's plan for human flourishing. As Pennington explores the literary dimensions and theological themes of this famous passage, he situates the Sermon in dialogue with the Jewish and Greek virtue traditions and the philosophical-theological question of human flourishing. He also relates the Sermon's theological themes to contemporary issues such as ethics, philosophy, and economics.
Commencing summer 2005 Jonathan T. Pennington is Assistant Professor of New Testament Interpretation at Southern Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. His previous publications include Vocabulary Words for New Testament Greek published in 2001.
- The Sermon On The Mount, One Of The Most Influential Portions Of The Bible, Is The Most Studied And Commented Upon Portion Of The Christian Scriptures. Every Christian Generation Turns To It For Insight And Guidance.<br> <br> In This Volume, A Recognized Expert On The Gospels Shows That The Sermon On The Mount Offers A Clear Window Into Understanding God's Work In Christ. Jonathan Pennington Provides A Historical, Theological, And Literary Commentary On The Sermon And Explains How This Text Offers Insight Into God's Plan For Human Flourishing. As Pennington Explores The Literary Dimensions And Theological Themes Of This Famous Passage, He Situates The Sermon In Dialogue With The Jewish And Greek Virtue Traditions And The Philosophical-theological Question Of Human Flourishing. He Also Relates The Sermon's Theological Themes To Contemporary Issues Such As Ethics, Philosophy, And Economics.