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Matthew's Messianic Shepherd-King
This book explores the ways in which early Christian writers and communities, from late antiquity through the New Testament period, interpreted the scriptures of Israel, as they sought to understand Jesus and the Gospel in relation to God's revelation and past acts in history. These essays represent work on the growing edge of studies of the relationship of the Old Testament to the New Testament. The contents, authored by both veteran and younger scholars, treat methods and canons, Jesus and the Gospels, and Acts and the Epistles.
In two places in the First Gospel (Matt 10:5b-6; 15:24) the Messianic mission of Jesus and his disciples is limited to a group called ‘the lost sheep of the house of Israel’. In light of Matthew’s intense interest in Jesus’ Davidic Messiahship and the Jewish Shepard-King traditions surrounding King David it is argued that the 'lost sheep of the house of Israel' refers to remnants of the former northern kingdom of Israel who continued to reside in the northern region of the ideal Land of Israel.
In a meeting the other day (a dozen white males in their 50s and 60s, as is so often the case in the energy sector), a discussion arose as to how to get the organization’s message out, both to the public and to the government. After a few suggestions for case studies, and direct mail, and a glitzier website, it quickly became apparent that none of that mattered. Because the people we had to reach are millennials. 90 seconds. How could you possibly tell a proper story in 90 seconds. Yet, as the discussion stumbled on, it become quite clear that this was exactly what we had to do. To get our message out to the public, and to the government, we had to make this work. Without the millennials, we would have nothing. Sometimes in discussions like this I zone out (hopefully without anyone knowing I’m doing it) to follow my own train of thought. Here, those rebellious thoughts were two realizations, both of which may have been obvious, but both of which were still jarring when they hit me. The first realization was, baby boomers don’t matter anymore. I, in fact, don’t matter anymore. The baby boomers still hold the reins of power, and there is even some question whether we are willing to give them up as quickly as we should. (Or, as one person put it to me the other day, we’re playing elbows-up on the boards, a la Gordie Howe, rather than give up the puck. But as much as we may still be in charge, what we think doesn’t matter as much. When you want to change public opinion, or introduce a new idea, you don’t try to sell the baby boomers. You go after the millennials. It is what they think that will matter, in the end. The most obvious place to spot that is in voting. When politicians are out stumping for votes, are they chasing the votes of baby boomers. The surprising answer is, no. Although baby boomers are more likely to vote than millennials, and there are still a lot of them, the ability to change the vote of a baby boomer is much less. We are who we are, and we decide how we were going to vote very early in the process, likely based more on party lines than issues. Our votes are not in play. Millennials are not as certain to vote, and their allegiances are more fluid, so their votes are (defiantly and pointedly) in play. A politician who can appeal to them on the issues, and who campaigns well, can create a wave of enthusiasm that will deliver a lot of votes. He may not be a millennial, but his strong support from those in their twenties and thirties was one of the foundations of his victory. Bernie Sanders came closer than anyone would have expected to being nominated for US President on the basis of the same approach. Another nail in the baby-boomer-relevance coffin is consumption. Advertisers don’t target baby boomers. We have more money than our kids, and we sometimes even like to spend it. Why don’t advertisers love us. The answer is that, while we do buy a few things (like travel, and pharmaceuticals), for the most part if we do have the money we also have... Millennials, on the other hand, face a lot of purchases of goods and services. What good is it to advertise cell phones to baby boomers. We are not seeking the next new thing (we still have Blackberries, for goodness sake), and when we change it will be on the advice of our kids anyway. The same is true of most consumer durables, and many of the other accoutrements of Western society. The same thinking extends to ideas, which means new policies, new technologies, and new ways of thinking generally. Millennials – whatever their parents may think – are grappling with a changing world. They don’t always like how things are going. (Ungrateful wretches, say the baby boomers, conveniently forgetting their own views in the 60s. ) Millennials think there may be other ways of tackling problems. Their minds are more open, in part because they are not as full of pre-conceived notions and hard-and-fast positions (what baby boomers like to refer to as “experience”). And, while the millennials may not be conscious that they are preparing to take the reins of power, that is exactly what they’re doing. Baby boomers have the power now, but the change has already started. In Missouri, millennial Jason Kander may take down one of that state’s most powerful political families to become a US Senator. So the first realization that hit me is that our time is past. We just don’t know it yet. Our kids are taking over. (I hear Elton John singing “ The Circle of Life ”. ). Of course, not being in charge doesn’t mean no longer having a purpose in life.
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