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54 Bockmuehl’s use of the phrase ‘fusing two horizons’ here does not equate with Gadamer’s own use of the term, as we have seen. The point still stands, however: a sense of historical distance based on a theoretical chasm55 of two thousand years really has only a fragile grasp of historical difference. On the other hand, experiencing actual historical distance is achieved through comparing a number of speciÀc texts and artefacts which have historical differences between them. ”56 Another advantage to looking at the history of interpretation is the uncovering of our own roots.
29 Perhaps the unusual word order emphasizes that these are signiÀcant words of Jesus. ” or is it a pronouncement of divine majesty echoing “I AM”? This phrase cannot be explored theologically without careful attention to the narrative in which it occurs. Jesus begins by saying, ƪƣƲƴƧʴƵƧ—‘Take heart,’ so it is reasonable to suppose that what follows, Ȁƥɡ ƧȜμƫ, is meant to be equally reassuring. A divine pronouncement hardly seems to Àt the context. ” This point is underlined in Matthew’s account, as the fearful cry of the disciples, ƷɕƮƵƣƴμɕ ȀƴƵƫƮ, has been given in direct speech; Ȁƥɡ ƧȜμƫ is a direct refutation of this.
In this terrifying setting, they are reassuringly ordinary, but, at the same time, this means that they are astonishing in their implications: the Áesh and blood Jesus is not only demonstrating power over nature, but some extraordinary and mysterious relationship with it. Verse 28 ǰƱưƬƲƫƪƧɚƳ Ʀɖ ƣȸƵː? ȭ ƓɗƵƲưƳ ƧȢƱƧƮ: ƬɟƲƫƧ, ƧȜ ƴɞ ƧȢ, ƬɗƭƧƶƴɝƮ μƧ ȀƭƪƧʴƮ ƱƲɝƳ ƴƧ ȀƱɚ Ƶɔ ȽƦƣƵƣ. Vocabulary The use of the vocative ƬɟƲƫƧ here is mirrored in verse 30, when Peter cries out to Jesus for help. Commentators disagree on the weight which should be given to this title.
Animal classification. by by J. E. Webb and J. H. Elgood.