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Re: [XTalk] Jesus' Hebrew Quotations

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  • Jeffrey B. Gibson
    ... Have you read Krister Stendhal s _The School of St. Matthew_? Among other things, it is an attempt to determine the nature or type of the Biblical text
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 27, 2002
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      Zeba Crook wrote:

      > Thanks for this. Some interesting things about these. Unlike Matt,
      > Jesus rarely
      > identifies his source, and it seems that citations Jesus is said to
      > have quoted
      > appear closer than citations (proof-texts) that Matt uses. In the
      > last example
      > you give, Matt 13:14-15 [cf Is 6:9-10], this is a fulfilment formula
      > placed on the
      > lips of Jesus that is closer to the original than most of Matt's other
      > such
      > formulas.
      >
      > Just churning over the implications of this. . .

      Have you read Krister Stendhal's _The School of St. Matthew_? Among
      other things, it is an attempt to determine the nature or type of the
      Biblical text that Matthew quotes from when he or his Jesus cite
      scripture.

      Yours,

      Jeffrey


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