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On Earth as in Heaven: The Lord's Prayer from Jewish Prayer to Christian Ritual
by David Clark



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Convinced that our access to the original sense of Jesus's prayer must be mediated by its history of "effects," David Clark seeks to trace the meaning of one of Christianity's most repeated, and thus most "effective" texts through the early centuries of the faith. Clark begins by arguing that the prayer's original context was in a revival of Jewish prayer, then sets it in the literary context of Gospels that, he argues, represented Jesus as recapitulating Israel's testing in the wilderness in his own temptation. He then traces the prayer's meaning within the narratives of Matthew and Luke and in the Didache, then examines the first full commentary on the prayer, that of Tertullian in the third century CE. Clark attends to the evolution of ideas and themes embodied in the prayer and of the understanding of prayer itself across epic transitions, from Judaism to the teaching of Jesus, from Jesus to the Gospels, and from the Gospels to earliest self-consciously "catholic" Christianity. This is an engaging narrative of the history behind and reception of the Lord's Prayer; it illustrates how a text's reception may help us explore and understand the multivalent meaning of the text itself.






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Hendriksen, William312313 ^ The version of the Lord's Prayer most familiar to Christians until the Protestant Reformation, and beyond for Catholics, is that in the Roman Missal, which has had cultural and historical importance for most regions where English is spokenIt so happened that a nasty demon named Asmodeus was in loveOn Earth as in Heaven: The Lord's Prayer from Jewish Prayer to Christian Ritual David Clark Copyright Date: 2017 Published by: Augsburg Fortress, Publishers Pages: 304 Stable URL: Search for reviews of this book Cite this Item Cite This Item Copy Citation Export Citation Export to RefWorks Export to EasyBib Export a RIS file (For EndNote, ProCite, Reference Manager, Zotero) Export a Text file (For BibTex) Note: Always review your references and make any necessary corrections before usingOlder English translations of the Bible, based on late Byzantine Greek manuscripts, included it, but it is excluded in critical editions of the New Testament, such as that of the United Bible Societies>a schema:Intangible ;The E-mail Address(es) field is requiredPater Noster The Lord's Prayer in Latin sung in Gregorian chant Problems playing this file? See media helpClark begins by arguing that the prayers origin is in Jesuss oral teaching, then traces its transmission and representation in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke and the Didache, and finally examines the first full commentary on the prayer, that of Tertullian in the third century CEClark begins by arguing that the prayers original context wasin a revival of Jewish prayer, then sets it in the literary context ofGospels that, he argues, represented Jesus as recapitulating Israelstesting in the wilderness in his own temptation

[The 1928 BCP adds: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever and ever Amen.] 1662 Anglican BCP[17] Our Father, which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy Name; Thy kingdom come; Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven: Give us this day our daily bread; And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive them that trespass against us; And lead us not into temptation, But deliver us from evil: When before the Collect the priest alone recites the prayer, the people here respond: Amen^ Cf Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions WorldCat is the world's largest library catalog, helping you find library materials onlineSee also[edit]Analysis[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Lord's PrayerThis wide-ranging difference with respect to meaning of epiousios is discussed in detail in the current Catechism of the Catholic Church by way of an inclusive approach toward tradition as well as a literal one for meaning: "Taken in a temporal sense, this word is a pedagogical repetition of "this day," to confirm us in trust "without reservation." Taken in the qualitative sense, it signifies what is necessary for life, and more broadly every good thing sufficient for subsistenceIntroduction[edit]Lord's Prayer Life of Jesus: Sermon on the Mount or on the Plain Precededby Beatitudes in the Sermon on the Mount New Testament Events Succeededby The Birds of Heaven in the Sermon on the Mount

Mark Herringshaw, author of Six Prayers God Always Answers David Clark is a leader and teacher in Youth With A Mission (YWAM) and an adjunct professor of historical theologyHe holds an MDiv from Bethel University and completed a PhD at the University of Nottingham under the supervision of Thomas OLoughlinIn 1700, Lbeck's collection was re-edited by BAbstract: Convinced that we no longer have immediate access to the sense of Jesus' words but must account for the history of its "effects," David Clark seeks to trace the meaning of the Lord's Prayer through the early centuries of the faith^ George Eldon Ladd, The Presence of the Future: The Eschatology of Biblical Realism, Eerdmans (Grand Rapids: 1974), 4647John Chrysostom]), as presented in the [2] 1904 text of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople] and various Greek prayer books and liturgiesSee also: Matthew 6:13The prayer concludes with "deliver us from evil" in Matthew, and with "lead us not into temptation" in LukeRetrieved 14 October 2016

^ The doxology is not included in the following modern translations: American Standard Version Contemporary English Version English Standard Version GOD'S WORD Translation Good News Translation New International Reader's Version New International Version New Living Translation Today's New International VersionAnd what exactly constitutes our mission is increasingly difficult to explainv t e Prayers of the Catholic Church Prayers of the Mass Agnus Dei Confiteor Creeds Apostles' Creed Athanasian Creed Nicene Creed Gloria in excelsis Deo Gloria Patri Kyrie Eleison Pater Noster Sanctus Signum Crucis Marian prayers Alma Redemptoris Mater Angelus Ave Maria Ave Maris Stella Ave Regina Caelorum Fatima Prayer Litany Loreto Magnificat Maria Mater Gratiae Memorare Regina Coeli Rosary Salve Regina Sub Tuum Praesidium Three Hail Marys Other prayers Act of Contrition Adoro te devote Angele Dei Anima Christi Ave Verum Corpus Benedictus Chaplets Come, Holy Spirit Jesus Prayer Mental prayer Laudes Divinae Litanies Litany of the Saints Morning offering Novena Nunc Dimittis O Salutaris Hostia Penitential Psalms 51: Miserere mei 130: De Profundis Prayer before a Crucifix Prayer of Saint Francis Prayer to Saint Joseph Prayer to Saint Michael Requiem Aeternam Spiritual Communion Tantum Ergo Te Deum Thanksgiving after Communion Veni Creator Spiritus Veni Sancte Spiritus Visit to the Blessed Sacrament Way of the Cross Note: For prayers listed in italics, indulgences are normally grantedAdd to My Lists Cite this Item 5 Luke on Prayer 5 Luke on Prayer (ppCatholicism portal Category Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some itemsThe Lord's Prayer in Greek

Add to My Lists Cite this Item 6 Tertullian: Prayer Alone Conquers God 6 Tertullian: Prayer Alone Conquers God (ppController: 00:00:00 ; Template: 00:00:00.0312500Lord's Prayer in Classical Chinese Please enter the subjectChumaceiro says that, because the idea of God leading a human into temptation contradicts the righteousness and love of God, "Lead us not into temptation" has no counterpart in the Jewish Bible/Christian Old TestamentRetrieved 14 October 2016At the age of twenty-one, it seemed like everything in her world was changing: first marriage, then pregnancy, and now a new religion^ Catechism of the Catholic Church ^ "The Communion." 171bf2437f


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