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Mateo enseña a la iglesia: estructura teológica del primer evangelio (Matthew Teaches the Church: Theological Structure of the First Gospel)

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Mateo enseña a la iglesia: estructura teológica del primer evangelio (Matthew Teaches the Church: Theological Structure of the First Gospel)

by David Scaer

Item #: 166233WEB / 2006 / Hardback / 485 Pages

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Esta investigación del Evangelio de Mateo se concentra en su naturaleza pedagógica, poniendo especial atención a los cinco discursos en que está dividido el Evangelio. El Dr. Scaer demuestra cómo cada discurso está construido sobre los fundamentos de los anteriores para culminar en la narrativa de la muerte y resurrección de Jesús, y su mandamiento de llevar su enseñanza a “todas las naciones”.

Del libro:
Aunque puede haber diferentes opiniones entre los eruditos en cuanto a los comienzos y finales exactos de los cinco discursos de Mateo, se los puede dividir de esta manera: (1) el Sermón de la Montaña, Mt 5:1-7:28a; (2) autoridad apostólica y martirio, Mt 9:35-11:1; (3) las parábolas, Mt 12:46-13:53; (4) casuística, o resolución de problemas inherentes en la práctica de la iglesia, Mt (17:22) 18:1-19:1; y (5) los tiempos postreros, Mt 23:1-26:1. Estas divisiones están determinadas por sus puntos finales similares. –“Cuando Jesús acabó de decir estas cosas”– lo que las hace aparecer como un conjunto de alocuciones que desembocan en el “mandato” con que concluye el Evangelio: “enseñándoles a obedecer todo lo que les he mandado a ustedes” (28:20). Cada discurso es una unidad con su contenido propio, pero el sentido de cada uno guarda una clara relación con los demás, como así también su dependencia de los demás. Ningún discurso individual puede entenderse como cerrado en sí mismo sin peligro de caer en interpretaciones erróneas.

¿Qué dice la gente?
“David Scaer entiende que Mateo es ante todo un documento de cinco discursos catequéticos escritos por el apóstol para preparar a los iniciados para participar del Bautismo y de la Santa Cena. Este libro destila cuidadosamente décadas de lectura, estudio y enseñanza de este Evangelio. En forma magistral Scaer muestra la enseñanza de Mateo y –lo que es mucho más importante– la enseñanza en palabras y obras de aquel que es visto y oído a través del Evangelio de Mateo, y recibido en los sacramentos: Jesucristo.”

Charles A. Gieschen
Profesor asociado de Teología Exegética,
Presidente del Departamento de Teología Exegética
Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana, U.S.A.
 
Sólo disponible en español.

Focusing his exploration on Jesus' Five Discourses, Scaer demonstrates that Matthew was written as catechesis, a method in concert with its content and organization. The discourses summarize the message the disciples are to carry to "all nations" and each discourse builds on its predecessors to culminate in the narrative of Jesus' death and resurrection, which is the Gospel's interpretive key.

From this book:
Although scholars may differ on the precise beginnings and endings of Matthew's Five Discourses, they can be divided in this way: (1) the Sermon on the Mount, Matt 5:1–7:28a; (2) apostolic authority and martyrdom, Matt 9:35–11:1; (3) the parables, Matt 12:46–13:53; (4) casuistry, or resolving incidental matters of church practice, Matt [17:22] 18:1–19:1; and (5) the end times, Matt 23:1–26:1. These divisions are determined by their similar conclusions— "When Jesus had finished"—and are brought together by the Gospel's conclusion: "teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you" (28:20). Each discourse is a self-contained unit, but the meaning of each is related to and dependent on the others. No single discourse can be understood by itself without the possibility of misinterpretation.

What people are saying:
"David Scaer understands Matthew as primarily five catechetical discourses written by the apostle for use in preparing initiates for participation in Baptism and the Eucharist. His book carefully distills decades of reading, studying, and teaching this Gospel. Scaer masterfully teaches the teaching of Matthew and—much more important—the teaching in word and deed of the one who is seen and heard through Matthew's Gospel and received in the sacraments: Jesus Christ."

Charles A. Gieschen
Associate Professor of Exegetical Theology, Chairman of the Department of Exegetical Theology
Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, IN

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Available in English as: Discourses in Matthew - Jesus Teaches the Church

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