A baptism of judgment in the fire of the Holy Spirit: John's eschatological proclamation in Matthew 3

"Daniel W. McManigal provides a fresh analysis of the meaning of the baptism in the Holy Spirit and fire, and John's baptism as a prophetic sign-act. Expanding upon the sources, grammar and meaning of the Logion, analysing Old Testament and Second Temple texts, and discussing the prevalent...

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Main Author: McManigal, Daniel Wayne
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: New York Bloomsbury International Clark 2019
London Bloomsbury Publishing 2019
In:Year: 2019
Reviews:[Rezension von: McManigal, Daniel Wayne, A baptism of judgment in the fire of the Holy Spirit] (2020) (Ridlehoover, Charles Nathan)
[Rezension von: McManigal, Daniel Wayne, A baptism of judgment in the fire of the Holy Spirit] (2021) (Andrejevs, Olegs, 1982 -)
Edition:First edition
Series/Journal:The library of New Testament studies
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Einheitsübersetzung der Heiligen Schrift. Matthäusevangelium 3 / Baptism / Holy Spirit / Pneumatology
Further subjects:B Bible. Matthew
B Bible. Old Testament
B Prophecy Christianity
B Baptism in the Holy Spirit
B Eschatology
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Summary:"Daniel W. McManigal provides a fresh analysis of the meaning of the baptism in the Holy Spirit and fire, and John's baptism as a prophetic sign-act. Expanding upon the sources, grammar and meaning of the Logion, analysing Old Testament and Second Temple texts, and discussing the prevalent theme of judgment in baptism, McManigal offers the first extended treatment of the baptism in the Holy Spirit in Matthew's gospel. As a backdrop for the prevalence of judgment in baptism, McManigal locates Matthew's eschatological judgment within the broader Old Testament and apocalyptic literature of the Second Temple, drawing upon texts such as Isaiah 11 and the Isaiah Targum, Malachi 3, Daniel 7, 1 Enoch and 4 Ezra. This volume's analysis aids deeper understanding of how the themes of the Old Testament are woven throughout Matthew's narrative, capitalizing on John's role as the last of the prophets sent to Israel; McManigal focuses in particular on Matthew's foretelling the coming of the Messiah, and his call for repentance in order to prepare people for the arrival of the kingdom of God. Drawing out the unique Matthean meaning of the baptism of the "coming one," McManigal's study offers readers a new insight into the nature of repenting and prophetic baptism, whether through water, fire or Spirit."--Bloomsbury Publishing
Chapter 1 -- Introduction -- Chapter 2 -- The Grammar of the Logion -- Chapter 3 -- The Meaning of the Logion -- Chapter 4 -- Isaiah 11, The Root Of Jesse - The Davidic King -- Chapter 5 -- Malachi 3-4, Elijah And The Day of the Lord -- Chapter 6 -- Daniel 7, The One to Come: Judgment And Salvation -- Chapter 7 Matthew's Typological Story -- Chapter 8 -- The Time, Location and Identity of The Prophet -- Chapter 9 -- The Preaching of Judgment -- Chapter 10 -- Baptism as the Sign-Act of Judgment -- Chapter 11 -- The Meaning of the Judgment in the Baptism of Jesus -- Chapter 12 -- The Judgment(S) to come In Matthew's Gospel -- Chapter 13 -- Conclusion.
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Includes bibliographical references
ISBN:0567683982
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.5040/9780567683984