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Wayne Baxter
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Matthew's shepherd motif and its socio-religious implications.

Matthew's shepherd motif and its socio-religious implications. A literal analysis of Matthew's shepherd motif Matthew's socio-religious orientation Conclusions. Wayne Baxter contends that there are distinctive tendencies in the shepherd metaphor's appropriation by Jewish and Graeco-Roman authors as well as Christ-believing authors approximately contemporary with Matthew, which reflect distinct patterns of thought. By comparing these uses of the shepherd metaphor Baxter unearths clues about the Evangelist's socio-religious orientation.

Series: The Library of New Testament Studies Categories: Special Studies in Matthew. Despite being recognized as the most 'Jewish' Gospel, many argue that Matthew was penned by someone who sought to distance himself from Judaism.

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Matthew's shepherd motif and his social setting. Published 2012 by T&T Clark International in London, New York. Bible, Shepherds in the Bible, Theology. The library of New Testament studies - 457, T & T Clark library of biblical studies, Library of New Testament studies - 45. T & T Clark library of biblical studies.

Read the Book of Matthew online. However, the results of modern critical studies - in particular those that stress Matthew's alleged dependence on Mark for a substantial part of his Gospel - have caused some Biblical scholars to abandon Matthean authorship.

Wayne Baxter Heritage College and Seminary As an undergraduate . While the Library of New Testament series can be quite restrictive in terms of length, Harris could have opted for a select bibliography, which.

Wayne Baxter Heritage College and Seminary As an undergraduate student, Sarah Harris wondered why Luke placed such an emphasis on shepherds on a hillside in his birth and infancy traditions. Because the Davidic shepherd king motif remains a prominent theme in Jewish Scripture, and because Luke adeptly appropriates the Septuagint, Harris examines the narrative of David in the book of Kingdoms (ch. 2: David: The Narrative in the LXX ). While the Library of New Testament series can be quite restrictive in terms of length, Harris could have opted for a select bibliography, which would have afforded her another ten to twelve pages of exposition.

The Passionate Shepherd to His Love", known for its first line "Come live with me and be my love", is a poem written by the English poet Christopher Marlowe and published in 1599 (six years after the poet's death).

Tobias Hägerland is Assistant Professor of New Testament Studies at Lund University, Sweden

Tobias Hägerland is Assistant Professor of New Testament Studies at Lund University, Sweden. Luke’s Literary Creativity.

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Despite being recognized as the most 'Jewish' Gospel, many argue that Matthew was penned by someone who sought to distance himself from Judaism. Scholars have used diverse approaches for determining the relationship between Matthew and the variegated Judaism of the first century, but few recognize the important piece that the Evangelist's Christology - in particular the shepherd motif - brings to the puzzle of his socio-religious orientation.

Wayne Baxter contends that there are distinctive tendencies in the shepherd metaphor's appropriation by non-Christ-believing Jewish and Graeco-Roman authors as well as Christ-believing authors approximately contemporary with Matthew, which reflect distinct patterns of thought. By comparing these uses of the shepherd metaphor Baxter unearths clues about the Evangelist's socio-religious orientation. Baxter is able to use this to determines the metaphor's contribution to the overall theological framework of the Gospel, specifically, its Christology, soteriology, and the Evangelist's view of mission. Moreover, he is able to ascertain Matthew's socio-religious orientation, and thus, and its implications for the debate surrounding the 'parting of the ways' between Judaism and Christianity.