Products>Hermeneia: Matthew 21–28: A Commentary on Matthew 21–28 (Herm)

Hermeneia: Matthew 21–28: A Commentary on Matthew 21–28 (Herm)

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In this third volume, Ulrich Luz brings his superlative analysis of Matthew’s Gospel to a close. He is renowned for both his discerning exegetical insights as well as his tracing of the effects the text has had throughout history—in theological argument, art, and literature. This final section provides in-depth treatment of Jesus’ final days—his entry into Jerusalem, the passion narrative, and post-resurrection appearances.

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  • Includes a number of valuable insights
  • Presents a detailed and authoritative interpretation
  • Provides a fantastic commentary for students, teachers, scholars, and professors
  • Title: Matthew 21–28: A Commentary on Matthew 21–28
  • Author: Ulrich Luz
  • Series: Hermeneia
  • Publisher: Fortress Press
  • Print Publication Date: 2005
  • Logos Release Date: 2006
  • Pages: 726
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital > Logos Edition
  • Subjects: Bible. N.T. Matthew > Commentaries; Bible > Commentaries--Collected works
  • Resource ID: LLS:HRMNEIA61CMT
  • Resource Type: Bible Commentary
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2019-10-03T22:35:24Z

Ulrich Luz was born in 1938, and he studied theology in Zürich and Göttingen under Hans Conzelmann, Eduard Schweizer, and Gerhard Ebeling. He taught at the International Christian University in Tokyo (1970–1971) and at the University of Göttingen (1972–1980), and he is now professor of New Testament Studies at the University of Bern in Switzerland. He received honorary degrees from the universities of Leipzig, Budapest, and Sibiu and served as president of the Societas Novi Testamenti Studiorum in 1998. He is the author of numerous books including Matthew in History: Interpretation, Influence, and Effects.