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HAROLD W HOEHNER Senior professor and chairman New Testament Studies Dallas Theological Seminary Eugene H. ' In that work he defined biblical theology as tracing "the history of salvation a step at a time throughout the Bible, allowing the history to take whatever form appropriate at any given stage of revelation, recognizing how the doctrine developed as revelation progressed. "2 This definition of biblical theology reflects a concern to trace carefully the development of doctrine within the period of the Bible's production, a period covering more than a thousand years.
Matthew, for example, devoted several extended sections of his gospel to Jesus' teaching, but each can be read in a few minutes' time. That the gospel writer was presenting a summary of Jesus' teaching seems clear. Comparison of similar passages in the Gospels suggests too that each writer exercised freedom (in comparison to the constraints usually associated with modern historiography) in presenting and arranging this material. This freedom allowed each author, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, to highlight different aspects of Jesus' words and deeds.
11:29), a description underscored by applying the words of Isaiah (42:2-3) to Him: "He will not quarrel or cry out; no one will hear his voice in the streets. A bruised reed he will not break, and a smoldering wick he will not snuff out" (Matt. 12:19-20). Yet Matthew also showed Jesus, even in His humility, as One already exercising great authority so that disease (8:1-4), infirmity (vv. 5-13), sickness (vv. 16), the powers of the natural world (vv. 23-27), and death itself (9:18-26) submitted to His bidding.