By David C. Sim
This research reconstructs the apocalyptic eschatology in Matthew's Gospel so we may possibly comprehend his time and issues. Sociological research of apocalypticism in Judaism and early Christianity exhibits that one of these international view is followed via a minority workforce in a time of serious situation. Matthew's specific and infrequently vengeful imaginative and prescient needs to be set opposed to his community's clash with Judaism, Gentiles and the bigger Christian stream and his acute have to improve his community's feel of identification and out of pastoral difficulty.
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1-36). Developing the story of Genesis 6:1-4, the early section of this document explains how a group of evil angels, known as Watchers, descends from heaven, marries human women and reveals a whole host of heavenly secrets (1 En. 6-8). Their sins are reported to God who directs the archangels to bind and imprison them until the judgement (chs. 9-11). This story is recounted in abbreviated form in the Animal Apocalypse (1 En. 85-90) where the fallen angels are represented as stars (86:1-88:3; 90:24).
By contrast, the redaction-critical studies from Bornkamm's programmatic essay to Marguerat's full-scale discussion tended to ignore the broader context of the evangelist's judgemental material and focused solely upon its paraenetic function. They claimed that the evangelist was less interested in the events of the future and more concerned with the present life of the church. Since the judgement in Matthew was analysed only within the context of the gospel itself, the parallels in content between this theme and the wider apocalyptic-eschatological tradition and the question of external influences on the evangelist were either downplayed or ignored.
The whole earth 26 See Michaelis, '656<;\ pp. 54-5.
Apocalyptic Eschatology in the Gospel of Matthew (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series) by David C. Sim