Titolo: Lord of the Banquet: The Literary and ...
Casa editrice: Continuum
Data di pubblicazione: 1998
Condizione libro: very good
Gently used. Expect delivery in 20 days. Codice inventario libreria 9781563382420-3
Dal retro di copertina: This bold solution to the riddle of Luke 9:51 to 19:44 is now available for the first time in a paperback edition, with a new preface by the author, a foreword by Richard B. Hays, and an index of Lukan passages.
The form and content of this central section of Luke's Gospel, that is, Jesus' journey from Galilee to Jerusalem, has long remained a puzzle. David Moessner here proposes a solution to the puzzle by carefully relating Jesus' sayings in the section (narrated speech) to the journey (the enigmatic plot). In addition, by using the intertextuality of Jesus' journey with Israel's dynamic exodus story, Moessner unlocks the mystery of Luke's portrait of Jesus.
"David Moessner has offered Lukan scholarship a resolution to one of its central enigmas, that is, the role and function of the Travel Narrative (Luke 9:51-19:44). The erudition of detail reflected in Moessner's argument coupled with the comprehensive nature of his solution make his proposal one that will endure neither benign ignorance nor a facile reply." --Robert B. Sloan, Baylor University
"This book is an indispensable voice in the conversation concerning Luke's literary and religious purposes." --Luke Timothy Johnson, Candler School of Theology
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