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The Snag of The Sword

An Exegetical Study of Luke 22:35-38

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Thomas Kattathara

Lk 22:35-38 is peculiar because it is never proclaimed except on Palm Sunday in the Year C. Although it is a pragmatic instruction on mission, it puzzles us like the Apostles in the Upper Room. The Lord shortly before his arrest, asserting the importance of the teaching, mandates preparedness for mission in the post-resurrectional period of the Church. The shepherd must be prepared to defend the sheep under his/her care, even to the extent of being called «lawless» according to world standards. Lk 22:35-38 thus in no way contradicts the prior mission training sendings, rather endows the missionary with greater strategic responsibility and commitment in pastoral care. The book highlights the contextual, hermeneutical, and theological dimensions in the final teaching of Jesus in the Lukan narration.
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Bibliographic Information published by the Deutsche NationalbibliothekThe Deutsche Nationalbibliothek lists this publication in the Deutsche Nationalbibliografie; detailed bibliographic data is available in the internet at http://dnb.d-nb.de.

Zugl.: Frankfurt (Main), Phil.-Theol. Hochschule Sankt Georgen, Diss. 2013

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication DataKattathara, Thomas, 1963-The snag of the sword : an exegetical study of Luke 22:35-38 / Thomas Kattathara, S.J. —1 [edition].pages cm. — (New Testament studies in contextual exegesis, ISSN 1616-816X ; Vol. 8) Includes bibliographical references.ISBN 978-3-631-65353-11. Bible. Luke XXII, 35-38—Criticism, interpretation, etc. I. Title.BS2595.52.K38 2014226.4’06—dc23

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F 42ISSN 1616-816XISBN 978-3-631-65353-1 (Print)E-ISBN 978-3-653-04547-5 (E-Book)DOI 10.3726/978-3-653-04547-5

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