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SUFFERING FOR THE REIGN OF GOD. THE PERSECUTION OF DISCIPLES IN Q

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The standard understanding of Q's presentation of the suffering entailed in discipleship is Deuteronomistic; just as the Deuteronomistic history describes prophets being persecuted and even killed when they preached repentance, so does Q present Jesus' followers. The Deuteronomistic explanation, however, fails to reckon adequately with the fact that Q does not portray Jesus' disciples as prophets preaching repentance, and that the cause of their suffering is not Israel's refusal to repent. Rather, Q's understanding of discipleship suffering is that it is the means by which the reign of God is extended.

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2002-10-01
2015-07-06

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