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II Corinthians (New Testament Library | NTL)

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Frank Matera provides a commentary on II Corinthians in the New Testament Library, continuing the exemplary quality of the series. His work here is a close study of the backgrounds and language of the text while also providing important theological insights into the message of Paul for his time and for the contemporary church.

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“In a word, Paul does not simply rebuke and reprimand. Rather, he continues to preach the gospel by showing that the manner in which he exercises his ministry is, in fact, the working out of the gospel that he preaches.” (Page 2)

“Hardness of ‘minds’ (noēmata) has given way to the more serious problem of hardness of ‘heart’ (kardia), and the veil of Moses is now presented as ‘a veil,’ a kind of spiritual blindness that lies over the heart.” (Page 94)

“Within this letter is the most penetrating and extensive discussion of apostolic ministry found in the New Testament.” (Page 2)

“believers have been set free from sin and become slaves of righteousness (Rom 6:18).” (Page 96)

“for they cannot be reconciled to God if they are at enmity with Christ’s ambassador.” (Page 142)

A priest of the Archdiocese of Hartford, Frank Matera was born in New Britain Connecticut. He studied at Thomas Seminary in Bloomfield, St. Bernard Seminary in Rochester, and at the Catholic University of Louvain, where he received his MA. After several years of parish work, he pursued doctoral studies at Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, VA, where he received his PhD in 1981. His dissertation, The Kingship of Jesus: Composition and Theology in Mark 15 was subsequently published by Scholars Press. Professor Matera taught at St. John’s Seminary in Boston from 1982–1987 and has taught at the Catholic University of America since 1988. A student of Paul, he is the author of commentaries on Galatians and 2 Corinthians and is presently working on a commentary on Romans. Interested in the theological dimension of the New Testament, he has published books on the Passion Narratives, New Testament Ethics, New Testament Christology and, most recently, the Theology of the New Testament.


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