The Ongoing Feat; Arthur A. Just Jr.
Condition: Very good, edges bumped.
From the perspective of the Emmaus narrative in Luke 24, this study is a literary critical analysis of Jesus' table fellowship as an expression of the eschatological kingdom. The first time Jesus is recognized by faith as the crucified and now risen Messiah occurs at Emmaus through his teaching "on the road" and "in the breaking of the bread." Emmaus is the transition between the meals of Jesus and early Christian meals, setting the pattern of Christian worship as one of word and meal.
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