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Christof Landmesser

Jüngerberufung und Zuwendung zu Gott

Ein exegetischer Beitrag zum Konzept der matthäischen Soteriologie im Anschluß an Mt 9,9–13

[The Calling of the Disciples and Turning to God. An Exegetical Contribution to the Concept of Matthean Soteriology in Matthew 9:9–13. By Christof Landmesser.]

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Matthew 9:9–13 is a paradigmatic text for the soteriology of the Gospel of Matthew, which differs significantly from the other New Testament concepts. In this work, Christof Landmesser gives an exact linguistic and historical analysis of this pericope in the context of the entire Gospel of Matthew. In order to understand the text, it is important to be aware of the references to the Old Testament. The author shows that in Matthew there is talk of a secondary conditioning of salvation.The disciple is required to commit himself completely to God. Thus the connection between soteriology and Christology proves to be highly significant for current theological theory formation.
Matthew 9:9–13 is a paradigmatic text for the soteriology of the Gospel of Matthew, which differs significantly from the other New Testament concepts. In this work, Christof Landmesser gives an exact linguistic and historical analysis of this pericope in the context of the entire Gospel of Matthew. In order to understand the text, it is important to be aware of the references to the Old Testament. The author shows that in Matthew there is talk of a secondary conditioning of salvation.The disciple is required to commit himself completely to God. Thus the connection between soteriology and Christology proves to be highly significant for current theological theory formation.
Authors/Editors

Christof Landmesser Geboren 1959; 1998 Promotion und 2000 Habilitation an der Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen; 2003–06 Professor für Neues Testament an der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität in Mainz; seit WS 2006/07 Professor für Neues Testament an der Eberhard Karls Universität in Tübingen; seit 2008 Vorsitzender der Rudolf-Bultmann-Gesellschaft e.V.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Catholic Biblical Quarterly — Jg.64 (2002), S. 767f (Steven L. Bridge)
In: Theological Studies — Jg.63 (2002), H.2, S. 385f (Benedict T. Viviano)
In: Archivo Teologico Granadino — Vol.66 (2003), S. 268 (A. Rodriguez)
In: Journal of Theological Studies — Jg.53 (2002), H.2, S. 634ff (R. Beaton)
In: New Testament Abstracts — Vol.45, No.3, S. 584
In: Recherches de Science Religieuse — Jg.93 (2005), H.1, S.83ff (Jean Miller)
In: Religious Studies Review — Vol.28 (2002), H.4, S. 374 (Fred W. Burnett)
In: Theologische Literaturzeitung — Jg.127 (2002), H.11, Sp. 1188ff (Reinhard Feldmeier)
In: Theologische Revue — Jg.99 (2003), H.6, Sp.480ff (Stephanie v.Dobbeler)
In: Tijdschrift voor Theologie — Jg.43 (2003), H.4, S.405f (Wim Weren)