"The One who Does the Will of the Father" - Distinguishing Character of Disciples According to Matthew: An Exegetical Theological Study

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The invocation they will be done and the definition of a disciple as the one who does the will of Father. are special to the Gospel according to Matthew. The story links up the will of the Father with the practice of greater righteousness with one's identity as a member of Jesus'family, and with discussions on faith and judgement. Jesus the Son who prayswith the same words as he gave to his disciples, himself becomes a model in leading the disciples on to a filial relationship with the Father. The will of the Father is also the norm for mutual relationships and decisions within the disciples' community.
 

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Continguts

GENERAL INTRODUCTION
7
Methodological considerations
17
The author and the reader of Mt
26
Interpretation as interaction
32
From textual world to the inteitextual world
40
The classification of the uses of the noun
46
Conclusion
62
The call to do the will of the Father Mt 721 23
68
The function of the text
196
The focused text and its Synoptic intertexts
209
God the Father The Theological Foundation Mt 6 9I0
219
The fatherhood of God as foundation for accepting the divine will
234
Intertextual considerations
242
The invocation 1evn6rqrw ro Géknua o0i3 in Jesus prayer
248
The obedience of Jesus as model for accepting the will of the Father
262
Intertextual considerations
283

The function of the text
88
The focused text and its Synoptic intertexts
114
The focused text Mt 124650
120
The function of the text
137
The focused text and its Synoptic intertexts
157
Judgement within family on doing the will of the Father
163
The meaning of the text
177
Intertextual considerations 3 15
322
The will of the Father who is in heaven
330
Invitations to the reader to do the will of the Father
342
BIBLIOGRAPHY
353
INDEX OF AUTHORS
389
TABLE OF CONTENTS
395
Copyright

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Pàgina 6 - THOU hast made me known to friends whom I knew not. Thou hast given me seats in homes not my own. Thou hast brought the distant near and made a brother of the stranger.
Pàgina 6 - When one knows thee, then alien there is none, then no door is shut. Oh, grant me my prayer that I may never lose the bliss of the touch of the one in the play of the many.
Pàgina 24 - He embodies all those predispositions necessary for a literary work to exercise its effect — predispositions laid down, not by an empirical outside reality, but by the text itself. Consequently, the implied reader as a concept has his roots firmly planted in the structure of the text; he is a construct and in no way to be identified with any real reader.

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