The Pharisees in Matthew 23 Reconsidered


Layang defends and analyses the view that the actions of the Pharisees, and the condemnation they receive in Matthew 23 are consistent with the context of Jesus’s time on earth. Layang tackles the dating controversy of the Pharisees in this chapter and the chapter’s subsequent authenticity. An interesting and in-depth study that credits Matthew 23 as historically reliable and authoritative as part of the Word of God, giving a convincing counter-argument to recent critical thought.

About the Author

LAYANG SENG JA earned her DTh in New Testament from Lutheran Theological Seminary, Hong Kong. Formerly, she worked as a Burmese-Chinese-Kachin interpreter at the Kachin Independence Organization, and is now a full-time professor in New Testament Studies and also Head of the New Testament department at Kachin Theological College and Seminary, Myanmar. She is also an executive member of the Society of Asian Biblical Studies (SABS).

Book Information

ISBN: 9781783684380

Category: Academic

Region: World

Publishing Date: 2018-07-05

Number of pages: 186


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