Simon Peter's Denial and Jesus' Commissioning Him as His Successor in John 21:15-19: Studies in Their Judaic Background
University Press of America, 7 févr. 2013 - 338 pages
This study uses early Jewish sources to analyze the significance of Day of Atonement and High Priest imagery in the narrative of Simon Peter’s threefold denial of Jesus. It then describes the influence of other early Jewish sources on Jesus’ commissioning his main disciple Simon Peter as his own successor in John 21:15-19. Aus relates this event to Moses’ commissioning his main disciple Joshua as his successor.
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5372 PAR AND JOHN 181527 IN LIGHT OF DAY OF ATONEMENT IMAGERY
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Ahare Moth Albeck Aramaic arrest author of John BAGD Bible Braude Cant chapter chief priests Christian community cockcrow Commentary commissioning Court courtyard Danby Day of Atonement death denial of Jesus described Deut elders employed Evangelist Exod flock Galilee garment Gethsemane Gospel of John Greek haggadic hands Hebrew high priest Holy of Holies House of Abtinas imagery Israel Israelites Jacob Neusner Jastrow Jerusalem Jesus Jewish Christian author John 21 Josephus Joshua Judaic tradition Judaism latter Lord Luke main disciple Mark Matt means Messiah Midrash Mirkin Mishnah Moses motif narrative of Peter's Neusner notes noun oath Palestinian Jewish Christian Passion Narrative Passover Peter's denial Peter's threefold denial Petirat Mosheh Pilate probably Rabbinic regard Resurrection Sanh Sanhedrin Saul scapegoat shepherd Sifre Simon Peter sins Sokoloff Soncino Str-B successor Talmud Tanna Tannaitic Targum Temple Testament Tosefta trans translation verb verse Volume winnowing Yoma