Treasures New and Old publishes twelve essays that, collectively, reflect the major trends and issues in the contemporary study of Matthew’s Gospel, includeing redaction criticism, literary criticism, and various reader-response methodologies. Contributors include both North American and European, prominent and emerging New Testament scholars. Most of the essays were originally presented at the Matthew Group of the Society of Biblical Literature, but two of the essays were commissioned specifically for inclusion in this collection. Two of the essays that appeared originally in German are here translated and published in English for the first time.
“An extremely important book for any Matthean scholar.” —Religious Studies Review
“Those wishing to explore more fully the historical setting, structure, and exegesis of Matthew will do well to consult this volume.” —Ashland Theological Review
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