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Luke and the last things : a perspective for the understanding of Lukan thought, by A.J. Mattill, Jr

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Luke and the last things : a perspective for the understanding of Lukan thought
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Luke and the last things
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a perspective for the understanding of Lukan thought
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by A.J. Mattill, Jr
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Luke and the last things : a perspective for the understanding of Lukan thought, by A.J. Mattill, Jr
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  • I. "Terrors and great signs"(Luke 21:11): The apocalyptic nature of Luke-Acts -- A. The apocalyptic hope -- B. the component parts of the apocalyptic hope in Luke-Acts -- "The last things" -- Dualism -- War to the finish -- The Messianic woes -- "Soon" -- Determinism -- Resurrection -- "The restoration of all things" -- C. The Lukan apocalypses -- The river of fire apocalypse (Luke 3:3-18) -- The falling fire apocalypse (Luke 10:1-24) -- The fire upon the earth apocalypse (Luke 12:1-13:35) -- The fire of agony apocalypse (Luke 16:16-31) -- The fire and brimstone apocalypse (Luke 17:20-18:8) -- The signs in the stars apocalypse (Luke 21:5-36) -- The judgment by fire apocalypse (Luke 23:27-31) -- D. Luke's longing for the coming of the kingdom -- E. Luke's magnificent obsession for proclaiming the kingdom -- F. The kerygma
  • II. "Until John" (Luke 16:16): The de-apocalypticizing of Luke-Acts -- A. Anti-apocalyptic texts -- B. Luke's displacement of apocalyptic by periodized history -- C. John the Baptist as a non-apocalyptic preacher of repentance -- D. John the Baptist as the Elijah-like forerunner of Jesus -- Luke's non-inclusions -- John the forerunner -- "After me" -- The John-Jesus parallels -- E. John the Baptist as a preacher of the kingdom -- F. John the Baptist within the era of fulfillment (Luke 16:16) -- G. Additional objections to the threefold division of salvation history -- H. Luke's program
  • III. "The happy side of Hades" (Luke 16:19-31): The platonizing of Luke-Acts -- A. The immortality of the soul -- B. Dives in Hades (Luke 16:19-31) -- Luke 16:19-31 and I Enoch -- "Hades" in the New Testament -- C. The thief in paradise (Luke 23:43) -- D. Cast into Gehenna (Luke 12:4-5) -- E. The rich fool (Luke 12:13-21) -- F. The dishonest manager (Luke 16:1-9) -- G. A Lukan inconsistency? -- H. Conclusion
  • IV. "Before long" (Acts 17:31): The imminent expectation in Acts -- A. Introductory considerations -- B. "Judge of the living and the dead" (Acts 10:42) -- C. The imminent hope in Acts 17:31; 24:15; 24:25: General considerations -- Weymouth's translation of Mello in 17:31; 24:15, 25 00 The root meaning of Mello -- Mello in Acts -- An authentic Pauline ring -- Mello in the New Testament -- D. Mello, the Son of Man, and the Day of th Lord (Acts 17:31) -- E. Resurrection before long (Acts 24:15) -- F. The judgment soon to come (Acts 24:25) -- G. The imminent expectation in the rest of Acts
  • V. "Ont he tiptoe of expectation" (Luke 3:15): The imminent expectation in the Gospel of Luke -- A. An overview of the chief passages -- B. The approaching wrath (Luke 3:7,9) -- C. Seeing the kingdom (Luke 9:26-27) -- Luke 9:26-27 and parallels -- The transfiguration (Luke 9:28-36) -- The resurrection of Jesus (Luke 24:1-49) -- The coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost (Acts 2:1-4) -- The beginning of the church at Pentecost (Acts 2:40-42) -- The spread of Christianity (Acts) -- The destruction of Jerusalem, A.D. 70 (Luke 21:20-24) -- Perception of the nature of the kingdom -- The coming of the Kingdom of God at the end of the world -- D. The kingdom is at your door (Luke 10:9,11) -- Near or here? -- The meaning of Engidzo (Luke 10:9,11) -- The meaning of "upon you" (Luke 10:9) -- An urgent mission (Luke 10:1-16) -- The historical setting of the mission -- E. A sign for the people of his day (Luke 11:30) -- Literary analysis (Luke 11:14-36) -- Jesus' preaching as the sign -- Jesus' resurrection as the sign -- Jesus' parousia as the sign -- N. Not a lost cause: parables of watchfulness (Luke 12:35-48) -- Parousia parables? -- An imminent parousia? -- Setting within the fire upon the earth apocalypse (Luke 12:1-13:35) -- "Watch!" -- G. Justice without delay (Luke 18:1-8) -- Lukan touches -- The eschatological nature of the parable -- "Suddenly" or "soon"? -- H. The accomplishment of all things (Luke 21:32) -- The meaning of Genea -- Other evasions of the imminent expectation in Luke 21:32 -- I. "That great and terrible Day of the Lord" (Luke 21:34-36) -- Lukan features -- Accentuating the ethical -- The pressing nature of the times -- Impressive parallels -- J. Jesus' vow of abstinence (Luke 22:18) -- K. The eschatological urgency of Luke-Acts: Summary
  • VI. "Day by day" (Luke 11:3): Speedily but not immediately -- A. "Changing ideas in New Testament eschatology" -- B. Heroic living (Luke 9:23) -- C. Eating bread in the Kingdom of God (Luke 11:3) -- The apocalyptic interpretation of the Lord's Prayer (Matt. 6:9-13) -- Lukan variations in the third petition (Luke 11:3/Matt. 6:11) -- Luke's understanding of bread -- D. Good servants and rebellious citizens (Luke 19:11-27) -- Literary analysis -- "Be ready to wait" -- No instant eschatology -- Jesus' resurrection as parousia -- Jesus' ascension as parousia -- Conclusion -- E. "Not immediately the end" (Luke 21:7-13) -- Literary analysis -- The parousia indefinitely delayed -- "Not immediately the end" -- F. "The times of the Gentiles" (Luke 21:24) -- Literary analysis -- A non-eschatological period -- Gentile lordship over Jerusalem -- Salvation for the Gentiles -- The restoration of Israel -- G. "At the right hand of God" (Luke 22:69) -- Literary analysis -- An irrefutable prophecy -- Alternative explanations -- Luke's scheme of Messianic progress -- H. "To the ends of the earth" (Acts 1:6-8) -- Mission or imminence? -- The eschatological world mission -- I. Conclusion
  • VII. "In the midst of you" (Luke 17:21): The kingdom a present reality? -- A. The relevant texts -- B. Greater in the kingdom (Luke 7:28) -- The kingdom of God as present -- The kingdom of God as future -- C. "Like a lightning-flash" (Luke 10:18) -- The beginning of the new age -- The beginning of the end for Satan -- D. "By the finger of God" (Luke 11:20) -- The kingdom of God as dynamic presence -- The meaning of Phthano -- The Lukan context -- E. "Blessed assurance": Twin parables of the kingdom (Luke 13:18-21) -- Literary analysis -- Parables of growth? -- Parables of contrast? -- Parables of miraculous results? -- F. Storming into the kingdom (Luke 16:16c) -- Literary analysis -- The kingdom as a present realm -- A fourth-century solution -- The Pharisees speak -- Pressed by persuasive preaching -- Agonizing into the kingdom -- Conclusion -- G. "Look, here it is!" (Luke 17:20-21) -- Introduction -- The text -- "With observation" -- "Is" -- "Within" -- "Within you" -- "In your midst" now -- "In your midst" in the future -- "Within your power" -- The kingdom group -- Conclusion -- Appendix A: The meaning of Entos -- The occurrences of Entos -- The meanings of Entos -- Conclusions
  • VIII. "Fire upon the earth" (Luke 12:49): A holy war? -- A. literary analysis of Luke 12:49-56 -- B. Attempts as de-apocalypticizing Luke 12:49-56 -- C. Spiritualizing interpretations of Luke 12:49 -- D. Sociological interpretations of Luke 12:49 -- E. Literal interpretations: End-time fires -- Jesus' baptism (Luke 12:50) -- A fiery parousia (Luke 12:49) -- Family strife (Luke 12:51-53) -- The face of the earth (Luke 12:54-56) -- Confirmation of a fiery parousia by other passages in Luke-Acts -- The cosmic conflagration (Luke 12:49) -- The flaming flame (Luke 23:31) -- Luke's holy war of the last days -- "Greet no one on the way" (Luke 10:4b) -- Luke's switch to action -- Luke's ultimate weapon
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22 cm
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xi, 247 pages
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9780915948031
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78072980
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000416614
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Luke and the last things : a perspective for the understanding of Lukan thought, by A.J. Mattill, Jr
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 236-247
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Contents
  • I. "Terrors and great signs"(Luke 21:11): The apocalyptic nature of Luke-Acts -- A. The apocalyptic hope -- B. the component parts of the apocalyptic hope in Luke-Acts -- "The last things" -- Dualism -- War to the finish -- The Messianic woes -- "Soon" -- Determinism -- Resurrection -- "The restoration of all things" -- C. The Lukan apocalypses -- The river of fire apocalypse (Luke 3:3-18) -- The falling fire apocalypse (Luke 10:1-24) -- The fire upon the earth apocalypse (Luke 12:1-13:35) -- The fire of agony apocalypse (Luke 16:16-31) -- The fire and brimstone apocalypse (Luke 17:20-18:8) -- The signs in the stars apocalypse (Luke 21:5-36) -- The judgment by fire apocalypse (Luke 23:27-31) -- D. Luke's longing for the coming of the kingdom -- E. Luke's magnificent obsession for proclaiming the kingdom -- F. The kerygma
  • II. "Until John" (Luke 16:16): The de-apocalypticizing of Luke-Acts -- A. Anti-apocalyptic texts -- B. Luke's displacement of apocalyptic by periodized history -- C. John the Baptist as a non-apocalyptic preacher of repentance -- D. John the Baptist as the Elijah-like forerunner of Jesus -- Luke's non-inclusions -- John the forerunner -- "After me" -- The John-Jesus parallels -- E. John the Baptist as a preacher of the kingdom -- F. John the Baptist within the era of fulfillment (Luke 16:16) -- G. Additional objections to the threefold division of salvation history -- H. Luke's program
  • III. "The happy side of Hades" (Luke 16:19-31): The platonizing of Luke-Acts -- A. The immortality of the soul -- B. Dives in Hades (Luke 16:19-31) -- Luke 16:19-31 and I Enoch -- "Hades" in the New Testament -- C. The thief in paradise (Luke 23:43) -- D. Cast into Gehenna (Luke 12:4-5) -- E. The rich fool (Luke 12:13-21) -- F. The dishonest manager (Luke 16:1-9) -- G. A Lukan inconsistency? -- H. Conclusion
  • IV. "Before long" (Acts 17:31): The imminent expectation in Acts -- A. Introductory considerations -- B. "Judge of the living and the dead" (Acts 10:42) -- C. The imminent hope in Acts 17:31; 24:15; 24:25: General considerations -- Weymouth's translation of Mello in 17:31; 24:15, 25 00 The root meaning of Mello -- Mello in Acts -- An authentic Pauline ring -- Mello in the New Testament -- D. Mello, the Son of Man, and the Day of th Lord (Acts 17:31) -- E. Resurrection before long (Acts 24:15) -- F. The judgment soon to come (Acts 24:25) -- G. The imminent expectation in the rest of Acts
  • V. "Ont he tiptoe of expectation" (Luke 3:15): The imminent expectation in the Gospel of Luke -- A. An overview of the chief passages -- B. The approaching wrath (Luke 3:7,9) -- C. Seeing the kingdom (Luke 9:26-27) -- Luke 9:26-27 and parallels -- The transfiguration (Luke 9:28-36) -- The resurrection of Jesus (Luke 24:1-49) -- The coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost (Acts 2:1-4) -- The beginning of the church at Pentecost (Acts 2:40-42) -- The spread of Christianity (Acts) -- The destruction of Jerusalem, A.D. 70 (Luke 21:20-24) -- Perception of the nature of the kingdom -- The coming of the Kingdom of God at the end of the world -- D. The kingdom is at your door (Luke 10:9,11) -- Near or here? -- The meaning of Engidzo (Luke 10:9,11) -- The meaning of "upon you" (Luke 10:9) -- An urgent mission (Luke 10:1-16) -- The historical setting of the mission -- E. A sign for the people of his day (Luke 11:30) -- Literary analysis (Luke 11:14-36) -- Jesus' preaching as the sign -- Jesus' resurrection as the sign -- Jesus' parousia as the sign -- N. Not a lost cause: parables of watchfulness (Luke 12:35-48) -- Parousia parables? -- An imminent parousia? -- Setting within the fire upon the earth apocalypse (Luke 12:1-13:35) -- "Watch!" -- G. Justice without delay (Luke 18:1-8) -- Lukan touches -- The eschatological nature of the parable -- "Suddenly" or "soon"? -- H. The accomplishment of all things (Luke 21:32) -- The meaning of Genea -- Other evasions of the imminent expectation in Luke 21:32 -- I. "That great and terrible Day of the Lord" (Luke 21:34-36) -- Lukan features -- Accentuating the ethical -- The pressing nature of the times -- Impressive parallels -- J. Jesus' vow of abstinence (Luke 22:18) -- K. The eschatological urgency of Luke-Acts: Summary
  • VI. "Day by day" (Luke 11:3): Speedily but not immediately -- A. "Changing ideas in New Testament eschatology" -- B. Heroic living (Luke 9:23) -- C. Eating bread in the Kingdom of God (Luke 11:3) -- The apocalyptic interpretation of the Lord's Prayer (Matt. 6:9-13) -- Lukan variations in the third petition (Luke 11:3/Matt. 6:11) -- Luke's understanding of bread -- D. Good servants and rebellious citizens (Luke 19:11-27) -- Literary analysis -- "Be ready to wait" -- No instant eschatology -- Jesus' resurrection as parousia -- Jesus' ascension as parousia -- Conclusion -- E. "Not immediately the end" (Luke 21:7-13) -- Literary analysis -- The parousia indefinitely delayed -- "Not immediately the end" -- F. "The times of the Gentiles" (Luke 21:24) -- Literary analysis -- A non-eschatological period -- Gentile lordship over Jerusalem -- Salvation for the Gentiles -- The restoration of Israel -- G. "At the right hand of God" (Luke 22:69) -- Literary analysis -- An irrefutable prophecy -- Alternative explanations -- Luke's scheme of Messianic progress -- H. "To the ends of the earth" (Acts 1:6-8) -- Mission or imminence? -- The eschatological world mission -- I. Conclusion
  • VII. "In the midst of you" (Luke 17:21): The kingdom a present reality? -- A. The relevant texts -- B. Greater in the kingdom (Luke 7:28) -- The kingdom of God as present -- The kingdom of God as future -- C. "Like a lightning-flash" (Luke 10:18) -- The beginning of the new age -- The beginning of the end for Satan -- D. "By the finger of God" (Luke 11:20) -- The kingdom of God as dynamic presence -- The meaning of Phthano -- The Lukan context -- E. "Blessed assurance": Twin parables of the kingdom (Luke 13:18-21) -- Literary analysis -- Parables of growth? -- Parables of contrast? -- Parables of miraculous results? -- F. Storming into the kingdom (Luke 16:16c) -- Literary analysis -- The kingdom as a present realm -- A fourth-century solution -- The Pharisees speak -- Pressed by persuasive preaching -- Agonizing into the kingdom -- Conclusion -- G. "Look, here it is!" (Luke 17:20-21) -- Introduction -- The text -- "With observation" -- "Is" -- "Within" -- "Within you" -- "In your midst" now -- "In your midst" in the future -- "Within your power" -- The kingdom group -- Conclusion -- Appendix A: The meaning of Entos -- The occurrences of Entos -- The meanings of Entos -- Conclusions
  • VIII. "Fire upon the earth" (Luke 12:49): A holy war? -- A. literary analysis of Luke 12:49-56 -- B. Attempts as de-apocalypticizing Luke 12:49-56 -- C. Spiritualizing interpretations of Luke 12:49 -- D. Sociological interpretations of Luke 12:49 -- E. Literal interpretations: End-time fires -- Jesus' baptism (Luke 12:50) -- A fiery parousia (Luke 12:49) -- Family strife (Luke 12:51-53) -- The face of the earth (Luke 12:54-56) -- Confirmation of a fiery parousia by other passages in Luke-Acts -- The cosmic conflagration (Luke 12:49) -- The flaming flame (Luke 23:31) -- Luke's holy war of the last days -- "Greet no one on the way" (Luke 10:4b) -- Luke's switch to action -- Luke's ultimate weapon
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
xi, 247 pages
Isbn
9780915948031
Lccn
78072980
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
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  • n
Other control number
000416614
Other physical details
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System control number
(OCoLC)5013228

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