Knowledge and the coming kingdom : the Didache's meal ritual and its place in early Christianity

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    • Schwiebert, Jonathan

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Knowledge and the coming kingdom : the Didache's meal ritual and its place in early Christianity

by Jonathan Schwiebert

(Library of New Testament studies / editor, Mark Goodacre, 373)(T & T Clark library of Biblical studies)

T & T Clark, c2008

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Includes index

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内容説明

Schwiebert expertly examines the relationship between the Didache's meal ritual and the well-known tradition of Jesus' final meal."Knowledge and the Coming Kingdom" is a study of the meal prayers of Didache 9-10. The opening chapters pursue a sustained argument regarding the relationship between the Didache's meal ritual and the well-known tradition of Jesus' final meal. The central goal of this argument is to clarify that the silence of the Didache's prayers regarding Jesus' sacrificial death is neither trivial nor the result of textual accident, but is instead tied up with how this ritual works as a ritual.Schwiebert aims to counter a weighty tradition of reading the Didache's testimony in light of the New Testament accounts, and so to free the tradition to become an analytical reference point for a consideration of Christian origins. En route to this goal, ritual theory serves as an ally that offers insights into the workings of a uniquely attested ritual. Having isolated the Didache's tradition in this way, he then examines its original milieu, arguing for a branch of the Jesus movement that held to Jesus' teachings as a privileged form of knowledge even while they affirmed the futurity of God's kingdom and their own (eschatological) existence.From this point, he reassesses the various potential parallels to the Didache's prayers, and their degree of sympathy with this ritual form, to reconstruct a trajectory of the ritual's influence in early Christianity. The clues are traced to Egypt, where (as elsewhere) they finally lead to the loss of this ritual form, often for identifiable reasons.Formerly it was part of the "Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement", a book series that explores the many aspects of New Testament study, including historical perspectives, social-scientific and literary theory, and theological, cultural and contextual approaches. "The Early Christianity in Context" series, a part of JSNTS, examines the birth and development of early Christianity up to the end of the third century CE. The series places Christianity in its social, cultural, political and economic context. "European Seminar on Christian Origins" and "Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus Supplement" are also part of JSNTS.

目次

  • 1. Ritual and History of an Idiosyncratic Meal Ritual
  • Part One: The Didache's Meal as Ritual
  • 2. The Last Supper Tradition
  • 3. The Logic of the Didache's Meal Ritual
  • 4. The Didache's Meal Ritual and the Last Supper Tradition
  • Part Two: The Didache's Meal Ritual in History
  • 5. The Original Milieu of the Didache's Meal Ritual
  • 6. Ritual Dynamics in the Didache's Traditions
  • 7. The Didache's Ritual within Liturgical Compromises
  • 8. The Didache's Ritual in Egypt
  • 9. The End of a Trajectory
  • 10. Afterward: Prayer and Ritual in Retrospect.

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