The most recent issue of Themelios, the academic journal of the Gospel Coalition, contains a review of Matthew’s Theological Grammar: The Father and the Son. This is an important work that argues that “προσκυνέω [proskuneō] in Matthew means worship and its use “bind[s] together the identity of Father and Son” by taking up the verb “in ways that evoke Israel’s commitment to the one God while constantly and strategically applying it to Jesus” (p. 27; excerpt from the review). The book is highly recommend. It’s part of the WUNT series by Mohr-Siebeck, the German publisher I affectionately refer to as God’s gift to biblical theology.
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