A Marginal Scribe: Studies in the Gospel of Matthew in a Social-Scientific Perspective (Matrix: The Bible in Mediterranean Context)

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A Marginal Scribe collects eight studies written over a period of two decades, all of which use social-scientific criticism to interpret the Gospel of Matthew. It prefaces them, first, with a new chapter on the struggle between historians and social scientists since the Enlightenment and its parallel in New Testament studies, which culminated in the emergence of social-scientific criticism; and, second, with a new chapter on recent social-scientific interpretation of the Gospel of Matthew. The eight, more specialized studies cover a variety of themes and use a variety of models but concentrate and are held together by those that illumine social ranking and marginality. The book closes with a chapter that ties together these studies.

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Dennis C. Duling, Emeritus Professor and Koesler Distinguished Teacher at Canisius College, is a Fellow of the University of Chicago and the National Endowment for the Humanities. He is annotator of the Gospel of Matthew in the HarperCollins Study Bible (1993, 2006) and author of Jesus Christ through History (1979) and The New Testament: History, Literature, and Social Context (2003).

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