Matthew's Emmanuel: Divine Presence and God's People in the First Gospel (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series)

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This book was first published in 1996. Matthew uniquely highlights Jesus as 'Emmanuel', but almost wholly overlooked are the deeper implications of this 'presence' motif. Kupp takes a multi-disciplinary approach to the story telling, redaction and Christology of the Gospel.

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"A fine intelligent analysis of the theme of Emmanuel in Matthew's Gospel...." Wendy Cotter, C.S.J.; Studies in Religion

"An engaging and important study." Fred W. Burnett, Religious Studies Review

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This book was first published in 1996. Matthew uniquely highlights Jesus as 'Emmanuel', but almost wholly overlooked are the deeper implications of this 'presence' motif for Matthean Christology, as well as its centripetal force on his readers. With regard to the rhetorical, historical and theological dimensions of the text, Dr Kupp takes a multi-disciplinary approach. The three verses commonly cited are only the starting point for the weaving of the Emmanuel Messiah into the story-telling, redaction and Christology of the Gospel. Kupp employs the lenses of both narrative and historical criticism to produce the first monograph in English on the subject of divine presence in Matthew. After giving primacy to a whole-story reading, Kupp finds its roots in the familiar social and literary contexts of Sinai, Jerusalem and the Jewish scriptures. Matthew's Gospel is a story that compels, a text with a history and a Christological treatise.

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