‘Lord, Lord’: Jesus as YHWH in Matthew and Luke*

  title={‘Lord, Lord’: Jesus as YHWH in Matthew and Luke*},
  author={Jason A. Staples},
  journal={New Testament Studies},
  pages={1 - 19}
Despite numerous studies of the word κύριος (‘Lord’) in the New Testament, the significance of the double form κύριε κύριε occurring in Matthew and Luke has been overlooked, with most assuming the doubling merely communicates heightened emotion or special reverence. By contrast, this article argues that whereas a single κύριος might be ambiguous, the double κύριος formula outside the Gospels always serves as a distinctive way to represent the Tetragrammaton and that its use in Matthew and Luke… Expand
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1 Corinthians 15.28 and the Grammar of Paul's Christology