|Author:||Hans Dieter Betz|
|Title:||Essays on the Sermon on the Mount|
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|Category:||Bible Study and Reference|
|Publisher:||Augsburg Fortress Publishing (December 1, 1985)|
Asbury Theological Seminal), Essays on the Sermon on the Mount. Neyrey distills the four Gospels into a series of what he calls "catchbasins" to collect various stages of the church's portrait of Jesus (Mission and Membership. the possibility of data from the historical Jesus is never considered as a potential check or corrective to ecclesiastical "distortions . An exegete treating the Sermon on the Mount cannot do his job adequately if he does not explain how the Sermon on the Mount was incorporated into this larger whole and what it means there.
A diligent and carefully argued exercise in the historico-critical method, Hans Dieter Betz' Essays present the Sermon on the Mount (SM) as a pre-Matthean composition coming from a Jewish-Christian community engaged in the polemical process of constructing an identity vis-vis mainstream Jewish (Pharisaic) groups on the one hand and emerging Gentile Christianity on the other.
The University of Chicago Press. Chicago Distribution Center. Essays on the Sermon on the Mount. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. Some Characteristics of Hinduism as a Religion. The Ethical Theory of Saint Thomas Aquinas: Interpretations and Misinterpretations. How Old Was Solomon When He Began to Reign?
Hans Dieter Betz (born 21 May 1931, Lemgo, Germany) is a German/American scholar of the New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of Chicago. Hans Dieter Betz was born and raised in Germany. vi He received his theological education at Bethel and Mainz in Germany, and at Cambridge in England
Although Betz investigates the tradition-histories of the various units, focus is on the final form of the texts. The book ends with a useful bibliography and extensive indices. The chief value of Betz's work lies in its exegetical richness, in the way in which traditional exegetical questions as well as Jewish and Greco-Roman parallels are thoroughly explored down to the minutiae.
Some scholars have noted the parallels between the Sermon on the Mount and the ancient temple. 9 Hans Dieter Betz compared the Beatitudes of the Sermon with the initiation rituals of ancient mystery religions. Betz also argued that the Sermon’s literary function was as a philosophical epitome, a distillation or summary of Jesus’ teachings prepared for a specific purpose. Welch has proposed that the Sermon on the Mount contains 25 stages each related to the temple. 12 The temple connections are further enhanced in the Book of Mormon, where not only the setting at the temple is explicit, but the sequence of events both before and after the material parallel to Matthew evokes temple imagery, doubling the amount of temple themes identified.
6:1-18: Reflections and Questions on the Historical Jesus" (p. 55), I was alerted to Norman Perrin'. At Ed Jones’ urging, a few of months ago I purchased Essays on the Sermon on the Mount, a collection of papers by Hans Dieter Betz. While reading chapter 4, A Jewish-Christian Cultic Didache in Matt. 6:1-18: Reflections and Questions on the Historical Jesus (p. 55), I was alerted to Norman Perrin’s Rediscovering the Teaching of Jesus. Betz cites this book as a landmark work in the quest to determine the authenticity of Jesus’ sayings. I started reading Perrin’s book and came upon a citation of .