Lessons from Matthew 20

Greek Philosophy, Judaism, and Biblical Anthropology

Greek Philosophy, Judaism, and Biblical Anthropology by Clinton Wahlen. Chapter 6 from "What Are Human Beings That You Remember Them?".

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Lessons from Matthew 13

Matthew 13 constitutes Jesus’ third major teaching block in this Gospel and lies at the center of the Gospel’s five discourses (the others are Matthew 5–7, 10, 18, and 24–25).

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Lessons from Matthew 12

Matthew 12, through miraculous healings and several scenes of conflict, brings to the forefront the issue of Jesus’ identity as the messianic “son of David.”

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Lessons from Matthew 11

Matthew 11 opens with one of the set phrases used to conclude each of the five major blocks of teaching (cf. Matt 7:28; 13:53; 19:1; 26:1). Jesus has just finished instructing the twelve disciples and sending them out to preach.

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