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In this book, Catherine Sider Hamilton introduces a new lens through which to view the death of Jesus in Matthew. Using the concept of 'innocent blood', she situates the death of Jesus within a paradigm of purity and pollution, one that was central in the Hebrew Scriptures and early Judaism from the Second Temple to the rabbis. Hamilton traces the theme of innocent blood in Matthew's narrative in relation to two Jewish traditions of interpretation, one (in Second Temple literature) reflecting on the story of Cain and Abel; the other (chiefly in rabbinic literature) on the blood of Zechariah. 'Innocent blood' yields a vision that resists the dichotomies (intra muros vs extra muros, rejection vs redemption) that have characterized the debate, a vision in which both judgment and redemption - an end of exile - may be true. 'Innocent blood' offers a new approach not only to the meaning of Jesus' death in Matthew but also to the vexed question of the Gospel's attitude toward contemporary Judaism.

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'This is a well-written volume; the prose is lively and engaging. Hamilton shines when she brings together strands of tradition and seeks to make connections among a range of writings. She has done readers a service by drawing attention to the prevalence of the wickedness of shedding innocent blood in the ancient world and by suggesting its impact on the interpretation of Matthew. Students of Matthew will find much here that is helpful, especially relating to the traditions concerning the blood of Zechariah. Hamilton makes an admirable case for the influence of 1 Enoch in the ancient world and in recreating some of the pockets of interpretive tradition that would likely have been in the interpretive air around the first century.'

Brandon D. Crowe Source: Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society

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