Awake and change. Luke’s didactic approach to evolving perception

Matjaz Celarc

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/BPTh.2020.018

Abstrakt


Przebudźcie się i zmieńcie. Dydaktyczne podejście Łukasza do zmieniającego się rozumienia tekstu

Łukasz jest dobrym artystą narracyjnym i podążając za stylem starożytnych historiografów, tworzy swoją relację narracyjną zgodnie z zasadami spójności, prawdziwości i użyteczności w odniesieniu do moralnej i apologetycznej edukacji. Krótko mówiąc, jego narracja jest skonstruowana dydaktycznie, a Łukaszowi udaje się przedstawić delikatne tematy, takie jak uniwersalny wymiar Kościoła i akceptacja pogan w dzieleniu wspólnego ołtarza i stołu, wprowadzając jednocześnie motywy różnic żywieniowych w ważnych punktach zwrotnych narracji (Łk 15; Dz 10 i 15). Próbuje on pouczyć swojego czytelnika i przekonać go, że w Bożym planie zbawienia cała ludzkość jest wezwana do przyjęcia przesłania życia w odrodzonym ludzie Bożym przez Jezusa Chrystusa.


Słowa kluczowe


rodzący się Kościół; uniwersalna perspektywa Łukasza; Żydowska czystość rytualna i wspólny stół

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