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MISSÕES E SINTAXE GREGA EM MATEUS 28.19

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    • Publication Information:
      Sao Paulo: Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, Centro Presbiteriano de Pos-graduaçao Andrew Jumper, 2009.
    • Publication Date:
      2009
    • Original Material:
      INIST-CNRS
    • Abstract:
      The ways in which the Great Commission of Matt. 28:19 is translated and interpreted has produced various understandings about the mission of the church. This article seeks to investigate the verbs in the famous passage, especially the controversial participle poreuthentes (lit. going) and the imperative matheteusate (make disciples). The research of exegetical positions reveals four attitudes towards these verbs: strong emphasis on the participle, translated as an imperative (go); greater emphasis in make disciples; full subordination of going, which becomes essentially irrelevant; equal emphasis on both concepts. Due to theological and exegetical reasons, the author defends the last position, seeking to demonstrate that going is an integral part of the command to make disciples. He also points out two modifications made by Matthew in comparison to the parallel text of Mark (make disciples instead of preach the gospel and the emphasis on teaching as opposed to exorcisms and miracles). He argues that Matthew is trying to correct missionary practices of the enthusiastic or charismatic type, as well as antinomian tendencies. Bosma concludes his article with some considerations about Latin America and Brazil. He stresses the importance of both local discipleship (make disciples, teaching) and crosscultural missions (going), particularly in view of growing Islamic expansion.
    • File Description:
      text
    • Author Affiliations:
      Calvin Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States
    • ISSN:
      1517-5863
    • Rights:
      Copyright 2015 INIST-CNRS
      CC BY 4.0
      Sauf mention contraire ci-dessus, le contenu de cette notice bibliographique peut être utilisé dans le cadre d’une licence CC BY 4.0 Inist-CNRS / Unless otherwise stated above, the content of this bibliographic record may be used under a CC BY 4.0 licence by Inist-CNRS / A menos que se haya señalado antes, el contenido de este registro bibliográfico puede ser utilizado al amparo de una licencia CC BY 4.0 Inist-CNRS
    • Notes:
      History and sciences of religions

      FRANCIS
    • Accession Number:
      edscal.22607741