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Satanic Conflict And The Plot Of Matthew

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Recent gospel studies have capitalized on the advance in scholarship of narrative criticism. Conversely, gospel studies have suffered from a general lack of appreciation for and application of first-century demonology in Judaism. A combination of these two critical tools sheds great light not only on the plot of Matthew but also on the understanding of selected problem pas ...more
Hardcover, 171 pages
Published August 17th 2006 by Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften
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Tommi Karjalainen
Jan 21, 2016 Tommi Karjalainen rated it really liked it
For some reason Branden does not begin with introduction of his thesis of what Matthew's plot is but he still presupposes it throughout the work.

"Satanic Conflict" is a good test case of narrative reading, but sometimes Branden's adherence to narrative criticism has blinded him from historical aspects that could shed light to the narrative. E.g. "your sons" in Beelzebul controversy = Disciples only because the narrative itself does not mention exorcistic Pharisees?

Furthermore, I did not find th
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