Item description for Matthew 21-28: A Commentary (Hermeneia: a Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible) by Ulrich Luz, Helmut Koester & James E. Crouch...
Overview In this third volume, Luz brings his superlative analysis of Matthew's Gospel to a close. He is renowned for both his discerning exegetical insights as well as his tracing of the effects the text has had throughout history - in theological argument, art, and literature. This final section provides in-depth treatment of Jesus' final days - his entry into Jerusalem, the Passion Narrative, and post-resurrection appearances.
Publishers Description In this third and final volume on the Gospel of Matthew, Ulrich Luz completes his masterful analysis. His commentary has become acclaimed for a combination of careful analysis of the text along with detailed tracking of the history of interpretation. This volume includes the Passion narrative, and in this important section, Luz describes the importance of Matthew's Passion for art history, music history, and literature. It also includes numerous small essays on key topics. This is the one "must have" commentary on Matthew.
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Studio: Augsburg Fortress Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.74" Width: 8.52" Height: 1.79" Weight: 3.52 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2005
Publisher Augsburg Fortress Publishers
ISBN 0800637704 ISBN13 9780800637705
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More About Ulrich Luz, Helmut Koester & James E. Crouch
Ulrich Luz is professor of New Testament studies at the University of Bern in Switzerland.
Ulrich Luz has an academic affiliation as follows - Universit??t Bern, Switzerland Universitat Bern, Switzerland Universit.
Ulrich Luz has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Matthew 21-28: A Commentary (Hermeneia: a Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible)?
no commentary better than this one! Jan 30, 2006
On the third volume (and last) of Luz's commentary on Matthew I can be verry short. With geat skill Luz is working out the proces of writing the Gospel of Matthew. He is 'at home' in Rabbinic writings and the jewish scources. The way he uses these scources in illuminating the passages makes this commentary in paricular my favourite. Another strong point of Luz is the working out of the history of interpretation. It sometimes shed's some light on discussions today. If you are doubting to buy this one: don't. It's worth all the money!