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The Presentation in the Temple

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Garcia Serrano Andrés Maria

 “Analecta Biblica” 197

2012, pp. 448

978-88-7653-197- 2

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This doctoral dissertation shows that Lk 2:22-39 reveals the identity and mission of Jesus. The presentation passage picks up many of the main features of Jesus contained in the previous episodes in the Lukan infancy narrative, and adds important features not present in the other pericopes: the Temple as a privileged place of revelation, the universal offer of salvation in Jesus, and the divided response in Israel. These distinctive features of the passage are subsequently developed throughout the progression of Luke- Acts. The significance of the passage increases as it is related to additional parts of the Lukan composition. Simeon’s characterization of Jesus, particularly in his commission statement with its universal salvation and divided response, is fulfilled not only in Jesus, but, surprisingly, also in his disciples. This is verified in the common architecture seen in the narrator’s characterization of the protagonists throughout the entire macro-narrative. The passage proves the narrative coherence of Luke- Acts and the unity between Jesus and his disciples. It has both christological and ecclesiological implications: the universal offer of salvation implies a rejection; it affects not only Jesus, but also his followers, the reader included, who is invited to configure himself or herself with Jesus’ disciples in Luke-Acts and, through them, with Jesus Christ.

Andrés García Serrano is a priest of the Archdiocese of Madrid, Spain. In 2004, he obtained a license (S.T.L.) in patrology from the Facultad de Teología San Dámaso in Madrid. He then completed a license (S.S.L.) at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome (2007). After earning his Th.M. from Harvard Divinity School in 2009, he finished his doctorate (S.S.D.) at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in 2011. He is currently teaching courses on the New Testament and Apocryphal literature at the Universidad San Dámaso in Madrid.

 

Everything is Ready: Come to the Marriage Banquet

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Nalpathilchira Joseph

"Analecta Biblica" 196

Everything is ready: come to the marriage banquet

2012, pp. 432

978-88-7653-196-5 

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The present monograph undertakes an exegetical investigation into the meaning and function of Jesus’ Parable of the Invitation to the Royal Marriage Banquet (Matt 22,1-14) in the context of the First Gospel. Formulated as a thesis, this dissertation argues that the parable in Matt 22,1-14 is primarily not paraenetical or polemical but revelatory. In the parable under discussion the Evangelist uses the symbolism of a marriage festivity (γάμος) to reveal the likeness of the reign of heaven (22,2). By the inauguration of the kingdom of heaven humankind becomes the object of God’s fatherly love; the term marriage banquet, therefore, refers to the joy or the salvation in the promised messianic era, which God now offers in the person and mission of Jesus, the Bridegroom of the new nuptials. The abundance of God’s love now finds its most caring and elevated manifestation in commensality with the Son in the presence of the Father. The advent of the kingdom relativises the priorities of peoples’ lives; the invitation given to the marriage festivity is a call to re-orient one’s life. Heaven’s rule, which is the absolute reason of a person’s life, sets the standards of one’s life and demands total and primary allegiance to the kingdom. According to the parable, the code of conduct, or the dress-code required for admission to the banquet of the kingdom, is this preferential option for the reign of heaven, and it is represented by the wedding garment one is supposed to have at the nuptial banquet (22,11-13). This radicalised demand for the option for the reign of heaven is the divine-imperative necessitated by the divine-indicative that the “the kingdom of God is drawing near” (3,2; 4,17; 10,7). 

Joseph Nalpathilchira, born in Kerala (India), is a priest of the archdiocese of Changanacherry. He holds a Doctorate in Sacred Scripture (DSS) from the Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome.

 

Così avvenne la generazione di Gesù Messia

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Maurizio Guidi

Analecta Biblica 195

2012, pp. 480

978-88-7653-195-8

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In ogni ambito — esperienziale, umanistico e scientifico — il fattore «contesto» è decisivo per la comunicazione umana. In campo biblico è ben nota l’importanza data al contesto dai metodi storico-critici o al co-testo da quelli storico-letterari, tuttavia il fattore contestuale non può dirsi sufficientemente scandagliato nell’orizzonte di queste due metodologie. Tutto il versante letterario e comunicativo del fenomeno rimane inesplorato. Gli interrogativi lasciati aperti in questo ambito dall’esegesi tradizionale hanno incoraggiato il presente lavoro sulla funzione ermeneutica dei contesti che, cercando di tracciare un nuovo sentiero nel vasto bosco della discussione linguistico-filosofica, si concentra sul testo matteano della generazione del Messia proponendone un’originale e coerente rilettura in chiave comunicativa. L’attenta indagine giunge ad evidenziare alcune linee orientative essenziali circa il dibattito esegetico sulla nozione di «contesto», sottolineandone in primis il carattere «dinamico». Sul piano ermeneutico, il lavoro dimostra invece quanto l’aspetto esegetico, al pari di quello teologico, non sia affatto indifferente alla questione contestuale. Da una parte, l’analisi intrapresa permette di apprezzare la ricchezza delle sfumature proposte dalla ricontestualizzazione della Promessa antica offerta dal Primo Vangelo. Dall’altra, la giustizia di Giuseppe (Mt 1,19) — elemento da sempre problematico dell’interpretazione matteana — viene coerentemente collocata sullo sfondo ermeneutico costruito dal testo matteano.

Maurizio Guidi, frate minore cappuccino, è nato a Rosignano Solvay (Livorno) nel 1971. Conseguiti gli studi musicali presso il Conservatorio P. Mascagni (Livorno) e la Northwestwern University (Evanston), ha ottenuto la Licenza e il Dottorato in Teologia Biblica alla Pontificia Università Gregoriana (Roma). Attualmente offre un seminario biblico presso la Pontificia Università Gregoriana e cura per la stessa due corsi biblico-archeologici in Turchia e in Grecia.

 

 

La relation avec le Pére comme don

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Gabati Kibeti G.

“Analecta Biblica” 194

2011, pp. 349

978-88-7653-194-1

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Matthieu articule en Mt 5-7 la requête d’un agir moral (impératifs) avec la réalité théologale que constitue la révélation de Dieu comme Père, et en particulier comme le Père des disciples. Par le biais d’une approche synchronique du texte matthéen, cette étude tire au clair les catégories littéraires, sémantiques et théologiques par lesquelles Matthieu enracine ces impératifs dans la catégorie du «don», c’est-à-dire dans le don de cette relation que Jésus fait à ses disciples en leur révélant ici plus qu’ailleurs que Dieu son Père est aussi leur Père.

Gabati Kibeti Gabriel, né en 1966, est prêtre du Diocèse de Kenge (R.D. Congo), actuellement Missionnaire Fidei Donum en Italie. Diplôme de Philosophie (Philosophat  Saint Augustin 1987), Licence en Théologie Biblique (Université Catholique du Congo 1993), Ancien boursier de Missio MWI Aachen (1996-2001), Licence et Doctorat en Sciences Bibliques à l’Institut Biblique Pontifical (Rome 2009). Enseigne l’exégèse du Nouveau Testament à l’ISSR/Nepi attaché à l’Université Pontificale du Latran (Rome).

 
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