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The Images of Jesus: exploring the metaphors in Matthew's Gospel. By Daniel O'Connor & Jacques Jimenez, illus. 187 p. 6 Daniel O'Connor 6 Jacques Jimenez; 17Jun77; A878737. Welcome; parent book. 64 p. (The Easter people series, grade one) Appl.
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Gospel in Parable: Metaphor, Narrative and Theology in the Synoptic Gospels Hardcover – April 1, 1988. by John . SJ Donahue (Author). Among the many fine books on the New Testament parables in recent years, Donahue's work stands out for its concentration on the meaning of the parables in their Gospel contexts. Donahue's book 'The Gospel in Parable' is an interesting text that looks at parables in the three synoptic gospels Matthew, Mark and Luke (parables as a rule are not found in John; this of course is subject to interpretation).
exploring the metaphors in Matthew's Gospel. Published 1977 by Winston Press in Minneapolis. Bible, Criticism, interpretation, Metaphor in the Bible, Criticism, Metaforen, Mattheus (bijbelboek).
Metaphors in the Gospel of John are found in every chapter. It’s almost like Matthew’s gospel was passed on to someone in its last stages who themselves didn’t fully comprehend the depths in their own pages. 1 - Jesus is the Word 2 - Water into wine 3 - Be born again 4 - He would have given you living water so you would never thirst again 5 - What the father does the son does 6 - An extended. 6 - An extended metaphor of Jesus as the living bread which comes down from heaven. That’s my own opinion showing through there.
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The temptation of Jesus will be interpreted within the context of the mountain-motif in Matthew. We will also describe house as a primary metaphor and as a space of interest with theological significance. The wilderness, temple and mountain are places of eschatological expectations. For this reason it was suitable as places for the temptation and calling of the Son/Son of God. We conclude that mountain and house as primary metaphors have a significant cal meaning in the Gospel of Matthew. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.