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Simon Peter's Denial and Jesus' Commissioning Him as His…

by Roger David Aus

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0761860681, Paperback)

This study uses early Jewish sources to analyze the significance of Day of Atonement and High Priest imagery in the narrative of Simon Peter’s threefold denial of Jesus. It then describes the influence of other early Jewish sources on Jesus’ commissioning his main disciple Simon Peter as his own successor in John 21:15-19. Aus relates this event to Moses’ commissioning his main disciple Joshua as his successor.

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This study uses early Jewish sources to analyze the significance of Day of Atonement and High Priest imagery in the narrative of Simon Peter?s threefold denial of Jesus. It then describes the influence of other early Jewish sources on Jesus? commissioning his main disciple Simon Peter as his own successor in John 21:15-19. Aus relates this event to Moses? commissioning his main disciple Joshua as his successor.… (more)

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