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I have elsewhere mentioned a suggestion which I owe to Mr. ] This emphasis on the beginning in Galilee seems to have been integral to the pattern of the kerygma from the first. 38, in a form of kerygma which more than any other appears to correspond to the pattern underlying the structure of Mark. ] The verses thus cited by Matthew are in Isaiah the proem of a prophecy which may properly be called "messianic," since it forecasts a victorious ruler of the dynasty of David who will reign perpetually in righteousness.
We recall that the image of the trumpet-call has passed into the standing symbolism of Christian eschatology (cf. 16; Rev. passim), that the verb κηρύσσειν has acquired a specific connotation in Christian usage, and that the ὅτι έγγύς of Joel is echoed repeatedly in the New Testament. 15-16)— words which the early Church can hardly have helped applying to its own situation. 21 and in the gospel accounts of the feeding of the multitude. This leads up to the promise of the Spirit which in Acts ii Peter declares to be fulfilled.
21 (under the rubric "It is written in the Law," and in a version widely different from the LXX, and nearer to the Hebrew) seems again quite unrelated to the context, and has no particular significance for our present purpose. 10, however, contains one short pericope, 9-14, which, as it happens, is cited by Paul and in the Synoptic Gospels. 4, about eyes that do not see and ears that do not hear. 9-10 (cf. p. 38). 14, is cited (under the rubric, Ἡσαἶας ... 8-9, in identical terms, close to the LXX, as also in the gospel fragment, Pap.