Corso
Elenco corsi a.a. 2013/2014
Anno accademico 2013/2014

Esegesi NT: Vangeli sinottici e Atti RA0201

8 ECTS
Docente
Sede di Gerusalemme
Secondo semestre

FINALITÀ

The students will be introduced into a careful reading of the text, sensitive to historical-critical analysis (who wrote the text, for whom, when and why), but focused on a theological understanding of the text that is sensitive to its literary composition. This careful reading will not ignore that it must serve as a resource for the student when preparing homilies on the daily readings.

ARGOMENTI

First semester: I. Introduction: a. Reading the Synoptics within the Bible; b. Who is Saint Mark, who is he writing for and when?; c. Who is Saint Matthew, who is he writing for, when and why?; d. Mark and Matthew: Two different images of Jesus and his mission. II. A reading of the Gospel according to Saint Mark. III. A reading of the Gospel according to Saint Matthew: A synoptic reading. Second semester: I. Introduction: a. Reading Luke-Acts within the Bible; b. Who is Saint Luke, who is he writing for and when?; c. Mark, Matthew and Luke: Different images of Jesus and his mission. II. A reading of the Gospel according to Saint Luke. III. A reading of the Acts of the Apostles.

TESTI

Benedict XVI, Jesus of Nazareth: From the Baptism in the Jordan to the Transfiguration (London, 2007); Benedict XVI, Jesus of Nazareth: Holy Week; From the entrance into Jerusalem to the Resurrection (San Francisco, Ignatius Press 2007); BROWN R.E., An Introduction to the New Testament (Anchor Bible) (New York, Doubleday 1997); FITZMYER J.A., The Gospel of Luke (two volumes), (Anchor Bible) (New York, Doubleday 1981 and 1985); FITZMYER J.A. The Acts of the Apostles (Anchor Bible) (New York, Doubleday 1998); HARRINGTON D.J., The Gospel of Matthew (Sacra Pagina) (Collegeville-MI, Liturgical Press 1991); JOHNSON L.T., The Gospel of Luke (Sacra Pagina) (Collegeville-MI, Liturgical Press 1991); JOHNSON L.T., The Acts of the Apostles (Sacra Pagina). Collegeville-MI, Liturgical Press 1992); MARCUS J., Mark 1-8, (Anchor Bible) (New York, Doubleday 2000).

NOTE

Requirements: - Attendance at all lessons with the Biblical text in hand, - Preparation in careful reading the texts before class, - Reading the text in pairs to prepare presentations in class, - Teaching with full participation of the students and close attention to detailed notes provided by the teacher, - Studying secondary sources according to the bibliography provided.