Evangelio según San Lucas – Capítulo 20

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1 Un día en que Jesús enseñaba al pueblo en el Templo y anunciaba la Buena Noticia, se le acercaron los sumos sacerdotes y los escribas con los ancianos,

2 y le dijeron: «Dinos con qué autoridad haces estas cosas o quién te ha dado esa autoridad».

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3 Jesús les respondió: «Yo también quiero preguntarles algo. Díganme:

4 El bautismo de Juan, ¿venía del cielo o de los hombres?».

5 Ellos se hacían este razonamiento: «Si respondemos: «Del cielo», él nos dirá: «¿Por qué no creyeron en él?».

6 Y si respondemos: «De los hombres», todo el pueblo nos apedreará, porque está convencido de que Juan es un profeta».

7 Y le dijeron que no sabían de dónde venía.

8 Jesús les respondió: «Yo tampoco les diré con qué autoridad hago esto».

9 Y luego dijo al pueblo esta parábola: «Un hombre plantó una viña, la arrendó a unos viñadores y se fue por largo tiempo al extranjero.

10 Llegado el momento, les envió a un servidor para que le entregaran la parte de los frutos que le correspondía. Pero los viñadores lo golpearon y lo echaron con las manos vacías.

11 Envió a otro servidor, y también a este lo golpearon, lo ultrajaron y lo echaron con las manos vacías.

12 Mandó después a un tercero, y a él también lo hirieron y lo arrojaron afuera.

13 El dueño de la viña pensó entonces: «¿Qué haré? Voy a enviar a mi hijo muy querido: quizá tengan consideración con él».

14 Pero los viñadores, al verlo, se dijeron: «Este es el heredero, vamos a matarlo, y la herencia será nuestra».

15 Y arrojándolo fuera de la viña, lo mataron. ¿Qué hará con ellos el dueño de la viña?

16 Vendrá, acabará con esos viñadores y entregará la viña a otros». Al oír estas palabras, dijeron: «¡Dios no lo permita!».

17 Pero fijando en ellos su mirada, Jesús les dijo: «¿Qué significa entonces lo que está escrito: «La piedra que los constructores rechazaron ha llegado a ser la piedra angular»?

18 El que caiga sobre esta piedra quedará destrozado, y aquel sobre quien ella caiga, será aplastado».

19 Los escribas y los sumos sacerdotes querían detenerlo en ese mismo momento, porque comprendían que esta parábola la había dicho por ellos, pero temieron al pueblo.

20 Ellos comenzaron a acecharlo y le enviaron espías, que fingían ser hombres de bien, para lograr sorprenderlo en alguna de sus afirmaciones, y entregarlo al poder y a la autoridad del gobernador.

21 Y le dijeron: «Maestro, sabemos que hablas y enseñas con rectitud y que no tienes en cuenta la condición de las personas, sino que enseñas con toda fidelidad el camino de Dios.

22 ¿Nos está permitido pagar el impuesto al César o no?».

23 Pero Jesús, conociendo su astucia, les dijo:

24 «Muéstrenme un denario. ¿De quién es la figura y la inscripción que tiene?». «Del César», respondieron.

25 Jesús les dijo: «Den al César lo que es del César, y a Dios, lo que es de Dios».

26 Así no pudieron sorprenderlo en ninguna palabra delante del pueblo y, llenos de admiración por su respuesta, tuvieron que callarse.

27 Se le acercaron algunos saduceos, que niegan la resurrección,

28 y le dijeron: «Maestro, Moisés nos ha ordenado: «Si alguien está casado y muere sin tener hijos, que su hermano, para darle descendencia, se case con la viuda».

29 Ahora bien, había siete hermanos. El primero se casó y murió sin tener hijos.

30 El segundo

31 se casó con la viuda, y luego el tercero. Y así murieron los siete sin dejar descendencia.

32 Finalmente, también murió la mujer.

33 Cuando resuciten los muertos, ¿de quién será esposa, ya que los siete la tuvieron por mujer?».

34 Jesús les respondió: «En este mundo los hombres y las mujeres se casa,

35 pero los que sean juzgados dignos de participar del mundo futuro y de la resurrección, no se casarán.

36 Ya no pueden morir, porque son semejantes a los ángeles y son hijos de Dios, al ser hijos de la resurrección.

37 Que los muertos van resucitar, Moisés lo ha dado a entender en el pasaje de la zarza, cuando llama al Señor el Dios de Abraham, el Dios de Isaac y el Dios de Jacob.

38 Porque él no es Dios de muertos, sino de vivientes; todos, en efecto, viven para él».

39 Tomando la palabra, algunos escribas le dijeron: «Maestro, has hablado bien».

40 Y ya no se atrevían a preguntarle nada.

41 Jesús les dijo entonces: «¿Cómo se puede decir que el Mesías es hijo de David,

42 si el mismo David ha dicho en el Libro de los Salmos: «Dijo el Señor a mi Señor: Siéntate a mi derecha,

43 hasta que ponga a tus enemigosdebajo de tus pies»?

44 Si David lo llama «Señor», ¿cómo puede ser hijo suyo?».

45 Y dijo a los discípulos, de manera que lo oyera todo el pueblo:

46 «Tengan cuidado de los escribas, a quienes les gusta pasearse con largas vestiduras, ser saludados en las plazas y ocupar los primero asientos en las sinagogas y en los banquetes;

47 que devoran los bienes de las viudas y fingen hacer largas oraciones. Esos serán juzgados con más severidad».

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1 One day as he was teaching the people in the temple area and proclaiming the good news, the chief priests and scribes, together with the elders, approached him

2

and said to him, «Tell us, by what authority are you doing these things? Or who is the one who gave you this authority?»

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He said to them in reply, «I shall ask you a question. Tell me,

4

was John’s baptism of heavenly or of human origin?»

5

They discussed this among themselves, and said, «If we say, ‘Of heavenly origin,’ he will say, ‘Why did you not believe him?’

6

But if we say, ‘Of human origin,’ then all the people will stone us, for they are convinced that John was a prophet.»

7

So they answered that they did not know from where it came.

8

Then Jesus said to them, «Neither shall I tell you by what authority I do these things.»

9

2 Then he proceeded to tell the people this parable. «(A) man planted a vineyard, leased it to tenant farmers, and then went on a journey for a long time.

10

At harvest time he sent a servant to the tenant farmers to receive some of the produce of the vineyard. But they beat the servant and sent him away empty-handed.

11

So he proceeded to send another servant, but him also they beat and insulted and sent away empty-handed.

12

Then he proceeded to send a third, but this one too they wounded and threw out.

13

The owner of the vineyard said, ‘What shall I do? I shall send my beloved son; maybe they will respect him.’

14

But when the tenant farmers saw him they said to one another, ‘This is the heir. Let us kill him that the inheritance may become ours.’

15

So they threw him out of the vineyard and killed him. 3 What will the owner of the vineyard do to them?

16

He will come and put those tenant farmers to death and turn over the vineyard to others.» When the people heard this, they exclaimed, «Let it not be so!»

17

But he looked at them and asked, «What then does this scripture passage mean: ‘The stone which the builders rejected has become the cornerstone’?

18

Everyone who falls on that stone will be dashed to pieces; and it will crush anyone on whom it falls.»

19

The scribes and chief priests sought to lay their hands on him at that very hour, but they feared the people, for they knew that he had addressed this parable to them.

20

4 They watched him closely and sent agents pretending to be righteous who were to trap him in speech, in order to hand him over to the authority and power of the governor.

21

They posed this question to him, «Teacher, we know that what you say and teach is correct, and you show no partiality, but teach the way of God in accordance with the truth.

22

Is it lawful for us to pay tribute to Caesar or not?» 5

23

Recognizing their craftiness he said to them,

24

«Show me a denarius; 6 whose image and name does it bear?» They replied, «Caesar’s.»

25

So he said to them, «Then repay to Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God.»

26

They were unable to trap him by something he might say before the people, and so amazed were they at his reply that they fell silent.

27

Some Sadducees, 7 those who deny that there is a resurrection, came forward and put this question to him,

28

8 saying, «Teacher, Moses wrote for us, ‘If someone’s brother dies leaving a wife but no child, his brother must take the wife and raise up descendants for his brother.’

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Now there were seven brothers; the first married a woman but died childless.

30

Then the second

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and the third married her, and likewise all the seven died childless.

32

Finally the woman also died.

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Now at the resurrection whose wife will that woman be? For all seven had been married to her.»

34

Jesus said to them, «The children of this age marry and remarry;

35

but those who are deemed worthy to attain to the coming age and to the resurrection of the dead neither marry nor are given in marriage.

36

They can no longer die, for they are like angels; and they are the children of God because they are the ones who will rise. 9

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That the dead will rise even Moses made known in the passage about the bush, when he called ‘Lord’ the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob;

38

and he is not God of the dead, but of the living, for to him all are alive.»

39

Some of the scribes said in reply, «Teacher, you have answered well.»

40

And they no longer dared to ask him anything.

41

10 Then he said to them, «How do they claim that the Messiah is the Son of David?

42

For David himself in the Book of Psalms says: ‘The Lord said to my lord, «Sit at my right hand

43

till I make your enemies your footstool.»‘

44

Now if David calls him ‘lord,’ how can he be his son?»

45

Then, within the hearing of all the people, he said to (his) disciples,

46

«Be on guard against the scribes, who like to go around in long robes and love greetings in marketplaces, seats of honor in synagogues, and places of honor at banquets.

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They devour the houses of widows and, as a pretext, recite lengthy prayers. They will receive a very severe condemnation.»

 

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1 [1-47] The Jerusalem religious leaders or their representatives, in an attempt to incriminate Jesus with the Romans and to discredit him with the people, pose a number of questions to him (about his authority, 2; about payment of taxes, Luke 20:22; about the resurrection,  Luke 20:28-33).

2 [9-19] This parable about an absentee landlord and a tenant farmers’ revolt reflects the social and economic conditions of rural Palestine in the first century. The synoptic gospel writers use the parable to describe how the rejection of the landlord’s son becomes the occasion for the vineyard to be taken away from those to whom it was entrusted (the religious leadership of Judaism that rejects the teaching and preaching of Jesus;  Luke 20:19).

3 [15] They threw him out of the vineyard and killed him: cf  Mark 12:8. Luke has altered his Marcan source and reports that the murder of the son takes place outside the vineyard to reflect the tradition of Jesus’ death outside the walls of the city of Jerusalem (see  Hebrews 13:12).

4 [20] The governor: i.e., Pontius Pilate, the Roman administrator responsible for the collection of taxes and maintenance of order in Palestine.

5 [22] Through their question the agents of the Jerusalem religious leadership hope to force Jesus to take sides on one of the sensitive political issues of first-century Palestine. The issue of nonpayment of taxes to Rome becomes one of the focal points of the First Jewish Revolt (A.D. 66-70) that resulted in the Roman destruction of Jerusalem and the temple. See also the note on  Matthew 22:15-22.

6 [24] Denarius: a Roman silver coin (see the note on  Luke 7:41).

7 [27] Sadducees: see the note on  Matthew 3:7.

8 [28-33] The Sadducees’ question, based on the law of levirate marriage recorded in  Deut 25:5-10, ridicules the idea of the resurrection. Jesus rejects their naive understanding of the resurrection ( Luke 20:35-36) and then argues on behalf of the resurrection of the dead on the basis of the written law ( Luke 20:37-38) that the Sadducees accept. See also the notes on  Matthew 22:23-33.

9 [36] Because they are the ones who will rise: literally, «being sons of the resurrection.»

10 [41-44] After successfully answering the three questions of his opponents, Jesus now asks them a question. Their inability to respond implies that they have forfeited their position and authority as the religious leaders of the people because they do not understand the scriptures. This series of controversies between the religious leadership of Jerusalem and Jesus reveals Jesus as the authoritative teacher whose words are to be listened to (see  Luke 9:35). See also the notes on Matthew 22:41-46.

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1 One day as he was teaching the people in the temple area and proclaiming the good news, the chief priests and scribes, together with the elders, approached him

2

and said to him, «Tell us, by what authority are you doing these things? Or who is the one who gave you this authority?»

3Imagen relacionada

He said to them in reply, «I shall ask you a question. Tell me,

4

was John’s baptism of heavenly or of human origin?»

5

They discussed this among themselves, and said, «If we say, ‘Of heavenly origin,’ he will say, ‘Why did you not believe him?’

6

But if we say, ‘Of human origin,’ then all the people will stone us, for they are convinced that John was a prophet.»

7

So they answered that they did not know from where it came.

8

Then Jesus said to them, «Neither shall I tell you by what authority I do these things.»

9

2 Then he proceeded to tell the people this parable. «(A) man planted a vineyard, leased it to tenant farmers, and then went on a journey for a long time.

10

At harvest time he sent a servant to the tenant farmers to receive some of the produce of the vineyard. But they beat the servant and sent him away empty-handed.

11

So he proceeded to send another servant, but him also they beat and insulted and sent away empty-handed.

12

Then he proceeded to send a third, but this one too they wounded and threw out.

13

The owner of the vineyard said, ‘What shall I do? I shall send my beloved son; maybe they will respect him.’

14

But when the tenant farmers saw him they said to one another, ‘This is the heir. Let us kill him that the inheritance may become ours.’

15

So they threw him out of the vineyard and killed him. 3 What will the owner of the vineyard do to them?

16

He will come and put those tenant farmers to death and turn over the vineyard to others.» When the people heard this, they exclaimed, «Let it not be so!»

17

But he looked at them and asked, «What then does this scripture passage mean: ‘The stone which the builders rejected has become the cornerstone’?

18

Everyone who falls on that stone will be dashed to pieces; and it will crush anyone on whom it falls.»

19

The scribes and chief priests sought to lay their hands on him at that very hour, but they feared the people, for they knew that he had addressed this parable to them.

20

4 They watched him closely and sent agents pretending to be righteous who were to trap him in speech, in order to hand him over to the authority and power of the governor.

21

They posed this question to him, «Teacher, we know that what you say and teach is correct, and you show no partiality, but teach the way of God in accordance with the truth.

22

Is it lawful for us to pay tribute to Caesar or not?» 5

23

Recognizing their craftiness he said to them,

24

«Show me a denarius; 6 whose image and name does it bear?» They replied, «Caesar’s.»

25

So he said to them, «Then repay to Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God.»

26

They were unable to trap him by something he might say before the people, and so amazed were they at his reply that they fell silent.

27

Some Sadducees, 7 those who deny that there is a resurrection, came forward and put this question to him,

28

8 saying, «Teacher, Moses wrote for us, ‘If someone’s brother dies leaving a wife but no child, his brother must take the wife and raise up descendants for his brother.’

29

Now there were seven brothers; the first married a woman but died childless.

30

Then the second

31

and the third married her, and likewise all the seven died childless.

32

Finally the woman also died.

33

Now at the resurrection whose wife will that woman be? For all seven had been married to her.»

34

Jesus said to them, «The children of this age marry and remarry;

35

but those who are deemed worthy to attain to the coming age and to the resurrection of the dead neither marry nor are given in marriage.

36

They can no longer die, for they are like angels; and they are the children of God because they are the ones who will rise. 9

37

That the dead will rise even Moses made known in the passage about the bush, when he called ‘Lord’ the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob;

38

and he is not God of the dead, but of the living, for to him all are alive.»

39

Some of the scribes said in reply, «Teacher, you have answered well.»

40

And they no longer dared to ask him anything.

41

10 Then he said to them, «How do they claim that the Messiah is the Son of David?

42

For David himself in the Book of Psalms says: ‘The Lord said to my lord, «Sit at my right hand

43

till I make your enemies your footstool.»‘

44

Now if David calls him ‘lord,’ how can he be his son?»

45

Then, within the hearing of all the people, he said to (his) disciples,

46

«Be on guard against the scribes, who like to go around in long robes and love greetings in marketplaces, seats of honor in synagogues, and places of honor at banquets.

47

They devour the houses of widows and, as a pretext, recite lengthy prayers. They will receive a very severe condemnation.»

 

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1 [1-47] The Jerusalem religious leaders or their representatives, in an attempt to incriminate Jesus with the Romans and to discredit him with the people, pose a number of questions to him (about his authority, 2; about payment of taxes, Luke 20:22; about the resurrection,  Luke 20:28-33).

2 [9-19] This parable about an absentee landlord and a tenant farmers’ revolt reflects the social and economic conditions of rural Palestine in the first century. The synoptic gospel writers use the parable to describe how the rejection of the landlord’s son becomes the occasion for the vineyard to be taken away from those to whom it was entrusted (the religious leadership of Judaism that rejects the teaching and preaching of Jesus;  Luke 20:19).

3 [15] They threw him out of the vineyard and killed him: cf  Mark 12:8. Luke has altered his Marcan source and reports that the murder of the son takes place outside the vineyard to reflect the tradition of Jesus’ death outside the walls of the city of Jerusalem (see  Hebrews 13:12).

4 [20] The governor: i.e., Pontius Pilate, the Roman administrator responsible for the collection of taxes and maintenance of order in Palestine.

5 [22] Through their question the agents of the Jerusalem religious leadership hope to force Jesus to take sides on one of the sensitive political issues of first-century Palestine. The issue of nonpayment of taxes to Rome becomes one of the focal points of the First Jewish Revolt (A.D. 66-70) that resulted in the Roman destruction of Jerusalem and the temple. See also the note on  Matthew 22:15-22.

6 [24] Denarius: a Roman silver coin (see the note on  Luke 7:41).

7 [27] Sadducees: see the note on  Matthew 3:7.

8 [28-33] The Sadducees’ question, based on the law of levirate marriage recorded in  Deut 25:5-10, ridicules the idea of the resurrection. Jesus rejects their naive understanding of the resurrection ( Luke 20:35-36) and then argues on behalf of the resurrection of the dead on the basis of the written law ( Luke 20:37-38) that the Sadducees accept. See also the notes on  Matthew 22:23-33.

9 [36] Because they are the ones who will rise: literally, «being sons of the resurrection.»

10 [41-44] After successfully answering the three questions of his opponents, Jesus now asks them a question. Their inability to respond implies that they have forfeited their position and authority as the religious leaders of the people because they do not understand the scriptures. This series of controversies between the religious leadership of Jerusalem and Jesus reveals Jesus as the authoritative teacher whose words are to be listened to (see  Luke 9:35). See also the notes on Matthew 22:41-46.

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1] Un giorno, mentre istruiva il popolo nel tempio e annunziava la parola di Dio, si avvicinarono i sommi sacerdoti e gli scribi con gli anziani e si rivolsero a lui dicendo: 
[2] «Dicci con quale autorità fai queste cose o chi è che t’ha dato quest’autorità». 

[3]Imagen relacionada E Gesù disse loro: «Vi farò anch’io una domanda e voi rispondetemi: 
[4] Il battesimo di Giovanni veniva dal Cielo o dagli uomini?». 
[5] Allora essi discutevano fra loro: «Se diciamo «dal Cielo», risponderà: «Perché non gli avete creduto?». 
[6] E se diciamo «dagli uomini», tutto il popolo ci lapiderà, perché è convinto che Giovanni è un profeta». 
[7] Risposero quindi di non saperlo. 
[8] E Gesù disse loro: «Nemmeno io vi dico con quale autorità faccio queste cose». 
[9] Poi cominciò a dire al popolo questa parabola: «Un uomo piantò una vigna, l’affidò a dei coltivatori e se ne andò lontano per molto tempo. 
[10] A suo tempo, mandò un servo da quei coltivatori perché gli dessero una parte del raccolto della vigna. Ma i coltivatori lo percossero e lo rimandarono a mani vuote. 
[11] Mandò un altro servo, ma essi percossero anche questo, lo insultarono e lo rimandarono a mani vuote. 
[12] Ne mandò ancora un terzo, ma anche questo lo ferirono e lo cacciarono. 
[13] Disse allora il padrone della vigna: Che devo fare? Manderò il mio unico figlio; forse di lui avranno rispetto. 
[14] Quando lo videro, i coltivatori discutevano fra loro dicendo: Costui è l’erede. Uccidiamolo e così l’eredità sarà nostra. 
[15] E lo cacciarono fuori della vigna e l’uccisero. Che cosa farà dunque a costoro il padrone della vigna? 
[16] Verrà e manderà a morte quei coltivatori, e affiderà ad altri la vigna». Ma essi, udito ciò, esclamarono: «Non sia mai!». 
[17] Allora egli si volse verso di loro e disse: «Che cos’è dunque ciò che è scritto: 
La pietra che i costruttori hanno scartata, 
è diventata testata d’angolo? 
[18] Chiunque cadrà su quella pietra si sfracellerà e a chi cadrà addosso, lo stritolerà». 
[19] Gli scribi e i sommi sacerdoti cercarono allora di mettergli addosso le mani, ma ebbero paura del popolo. Avevano capito che quella parabola l’aveva detta per loro. 
[20] Postisi in osservazione, mandarono informatori, che si fingessero persone oneste, per coglierlo in fallo nelle sue parole e poi consegnarlo all’autorità e al potere del governatore. 
[21] Costoro lo interrogarono: «Maestro, sappiamo che parli e insegni con rettitudine e non guardi in faccia a nessuno, ma insegni secondo verità la via di Dio. 
[22] È lecito che noi paghiamo il tributo a Cesare?». 
[23] Conoscendo la loro malizia, disse: 
[24] «Mostratemi un denaro: di chi è l’immagine e l’iscrizione?». Risposero: «Di Cesare». 
[25] Ed egli disse: «Rendete dunque a Cesare ciò che è di Cesare e a Dio ciò che è di Dio». 
[26] Così non poterono coglierlo in fallo davanti al popolo e, meravigliati della sua risposta, tacquero. 
[27] Gli si avvicinarono poi alcuni sadducei, i quali negano che vi sia la risurrezione, e gli posero questa domanda: 
[28] «Maestro, Mosè ci ha prescritto: Se a qualcuno muore un fratello che ha moglie, ma senza figli, suo fratello si prenda la vedova e dia una discendenza al proprio fratello. 
[29] C’erano dunque sette fratelli: il primo, dopo aver preso moglie, morì senza figli. 
[30] Allora la prese il secondo 
[31] e poi il terzo e così tutti e sette; e morirono tutti senza lasciare figli. 
[32] Da ultimo anche la donna morì. 
[33] Questa donna dunque, nella risurrezione, di chi sarà moglie? Poiché tutti e sette l’hanno avuta in moglie». 
[34] Gesù rispose: «I figli di questo mondo prendono moglie e prendono marito; 
[35] ma quelli che sono giudicati degni dell’altro mondo e della risurrezione dai morti, non prendono moglie né marito; 
[36] e nemmeno possono più morire, perché sono uguali agli angeli e, essendo figli della risurrezione, sono figli di Dio. 
[37] Che poi i morti risorgono, lo ha indicato anche Mosè a proposito del roveto, quando chiama il Signore: Dio di Abramo, Dio di Isacco e Dio di Giacobbe. 
[38] Dio non è Dio dei morti, ma dei vivi; perché tutti vivono per lui». 
[39] Dissero allora alcuni scribi: «Maestro, hai parlato bene». 
[40] E non osavano più fargli alcuna domanda. 
[41] Egli poi disse loro: «Come mai dicono che il Cristo è figlio di Davide, 
[42] se Davide stesso nel libro dei Salmi dice: 
Ha detto il Signore al mio Signore: 
siedi alla mia destra, 
[43] finché io ponga i tuoi nemici 
come sgabello ai tuoi piedi? 
[44] Davide dunque lo chiama Signore; perciò come può essere suo figlio?». 
[45] E mentre tutto il popolo ascoltava, disse ai discepoli: 
[46] «Guardatevi dagli scribi che amano passeggiare in lunghe vesti e hanno piacere di esser salutati nelle piazze, avere i primi seggi nelle sinagoghe e i primi posti nei conviti; 
[47] divorano le case delle vedove, e in apparenza fanno lunghe preghiere. Essi riceveranno una condanna più severa». 
 
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1

1 One day as he was teaching the people in the temple area and proclaiming the good news, the chief priests and scribes, together with the elders, approached him

2

and said to him, «Tell us, by what authority are you doing these things? Or who is the one who gave you this authority?»

3Imagen relacionada

He said to them in reply, «I shall ask you a question. Tell me,

4

was John’s baptism of heavenly or of human origin?»

5

They discussed this among themselves, and said, «If we say, ‘Of heavenly origin,’ he will say, ‘Why did you not believe him?’

6

But if we say, ‘Of human origin,’ then all the people will stone us, for they are convinced that John was a prophet.»

7

So they answered that they did not know from where it came.

8

Then Jesus said to them, «Neither shall I tell you by what authority I do these things.»

9

2 Then he proceeded to tell the people this parable. «(A) man planted a vineyard, leased it to tenant farmers, and then went on a journey for a long time.

10

At harvest time he sent a servant to the tenant farmers to receive some of the produce of the vineyard. But they beat the servant and sent him away empty-handed.

11

So he proceeded to send another servant, but him also they beat and insulted and sent away empty-handed.

12

Then he proceeded to send a third, but this one too they wounded and threw out.

13

The owner of the vineyard said, ‘What shall I do? I shall send my beloved son; maybe they will respect him.’

14

But when the tenant farmers saw him they said to one another, ‘This is the heir. Let us kill him that the inheritance may become ours.’

15

So they threw him out of the vineyard and killed him. 3 What will the owner of the vineyard do to them?

16

He will come and put those tenant farmers to death and turn over the vineyard to others.» When the people heard this, they exclaimed, «Let it not be so!»

17

But he looked at them and asked, «What then does this scripture passage mean: ‘The stone which the builders rejected has become the cornerstone’?

18

Everyone who falls on that stone will be dashed to pieces; and it will crush anyone on whom it falls.»

19

The scribes and chief priests sought to lay their hands on him at that very hour, but they feared the people, for they knew that he had addressed this parable to them.

20

4 They watched him closely and sent agents pretending to be righteous who were to trap him in speech, in order to hand him over to the authority and power of the governor.

21

They posed this question to him, «Teacher, we know that what you say and teach is correct, and you show no partiality, but teach the way of God in accordance with the truth.

22

Is it lawful for us to pay tribute to Caesar or not?» 5

23

Recognizing their craftiness he said to them,

24

«Show me a denarius; 6 whose image and name does it bear?» They replied, «Caesar’s.»

25

So he said to them, «Then repay to Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God.»

26

They were unable to trap him by something he might say before the people, and so amazed were they at his reply that they fell silent.

27

Some Sadducees, 7 those who deny that there is a resurrection, came forward and put this question to him,

28

8 saying, «Teacher, Moses wrote for us, ‘If someone’s brother dies leaving a wife but no child, his brother must take the wife and raise up descendants for his brother.’

29

Now there were seven brothers; the first married a woman but died childless.

30

Then the second

31

and the third married her, and likewise all the seven died childless.

32

Finally the woman also died.

33

Now at the resurrection whose wife will that woman be? For all seven had been married to her.»

34

Jesus said to them, «The children of this age marry and remarry;

35

but those who are deemed worthy to attain to the coming age and to the resurrection of the dead neither marry nor are given in marriage.

36

They can no longer die, for they are like angels; and they are the children of God because they are the ones who will rise. 9

37

That the dead will rise even Moses made known in the passage about the bush, when he called ‘Lord’ the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob;

38

and he is not God of the dead, but of the living, for to him all are alive.»

39

Some of the scribes said in reply, «Teacher, you have answered well.»

40

And they no longer dared to ask him anything.

41

10 Then he said to them, «How do they claim that the Messiah is the Son of David?

42

For David himself in the Book of Psalms says: ‘The Lord said to my lord, «Sit at my right hand

43

till I make your enemies your footstool.»‘

44

Now if David calls him ‘lord,’ how can he be his son?»

45

Then, within the hearing of all the people, he said to (his) disciples,

46

«Be on guard against the scribes, who like to go around in long robes and love greetings in marketplaces, seats of honor in synagogues, and places of honor at banquets.

47

They devour the houses of widows and, as a pretext, recite lengthy prayers. They will receive a very severe condemnation.»

 

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1 [1-47] The Jerusalem religious leaders or their representatives, in an attempt to incriminate Jesus with the Romans and to discredit him with the people, pose a number of questions to him (about his authority, 2; about payment of taxes, Luke 20:22; about the resurrection,  Luke 20:28-33).

2 [9-19] This parable about an absentee landlord and a tenant farmers’ revolt reflects the social and economic conditions of rural Palestine in the first century. The synoptic gospel writers use the parable to describe how the rejection of the landlord’s son becomes the occasion for the vineyard to be taken away from those to whom it was entrusted (the religious leadership of Judaism that rejects the teaching and preaching of Jesus;  Luke 20:19).

3 [15] They threw him out of the vineyard and killed him: cf  Mark 12:8. Luke has altered his Marcan source and reports that the murder of the son takes place outside the vineyard to reflect the tradition of Jesus’ death outside the walls of the city of Jerusalem (see  Hebrews 13:12).

4 [20] The governor: i.e., Pontius Pilate, the Roman administrator responsible for the collection of taxes and maintenance of order in Palestine.

5 [22] Through their question the agents of the Jerusalem religious leadership hope to force Jesus to take sides on one of the sensitive political issues of first-century Palestine. The issue of nonpayment of taxes to Rome becomes one of the focal points of the First Jewish Revolt (A.D. 66-70) that resulted in the Roman destruction of Jerusalem and the temple. See also the note on  Matthew 22:15-22.

6 [24] Denarius: a Roman silver coin (see the note on  Luke 7:41).

7 [27] Sadducees: see the note on  Matthew 3:7.

8 [28-33] The Sadducees’ question, based on the law of levirate marriage recorded in  Deut 25:5-10, ridicules the idea of the resurrection. Jesus rejects their naive understanding of the resurrection ( Luke 20:35-36) and then argues on behalf of the resurrection of the dead on the basis of the written law ( Luke 20:37-38) that the Sadducees accept. See also the notes on  Matthew 22:23-33.

9 [36] Because they are the ones who will rise: literally, «being sons of the resurrection.»

10 [41-44] After successfully answering the three questions of his opponents, Jesus now asks them a question. Their inability to respond implies that they have forfeited their position and authority as the religious leaders of the people because they do not understand the scriptures. This series of controversies between the religious leadership of Jerusalem and Jesus reveals Jesus as the authoritative teacher whose words are to be listened to (see  Luke 9:35). See also the notes on Matthew 22:41-46.

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1

1 One day as he was teaching the people in the temple area and proclaiming the good news, the chief priests and scribes, together with the elders, approached him

2

and said to him, «Tell us, by what authority are you doing these things? Or who is the one who gave you this authority?»

3Imagen relacionada

He said to them in reply, «I shall ask you a question. Tell me,

4

was John’s baptism of heavenly or of human origin?»

5

They discussed this among themselves, and said, «If we say, ‘Of heavenly origin,’ he will say, ‘Why did you not believe him?’

6

But if we say, ‘Of human origin,’ then all the people will stone us, for they are convinced that John was a prophet.»

7

So they answered that they did not know from where it came.

8

Then Jesus said to them, «Neither shall I tell you by what authority I do these things.»

9

2 Then he proceeded to tell the people this parable. «(A) man planted a vineyard, leased it to tenant farmers, and then went on a journey for a long time.

10

At harvest time he sent a servant to the tenant farmers to receive some of the produce of the vineyard. But they beat the servant and sent him away empty-handed.

11

So he proceeded to send another servant, but him also they beat and insulted and sent away empty-handed.

12

Then he proceeded to send a third, but this one too they wounded and threw out.

13

The owner of the vineyard said, ‘What shall I do? I shall send my beloved son; maybe they will respect him.’

14

But when the tenant farmers saw him they said to one another, ‘This is the heir. Let us kill him that the inheritance may become ours.’

15

So they threw him out of the vineyard and killed him. 3 What will the owner of the vineyard do to them?

16

He will come and put those tenant farmers to death and turn over the vineyard to others.» When the people heard this, they exclaimed, «Let it not be so!»

17

But he looked at them and asked, «What then does this scripture passage mean: ‘The stone which the builders rejected has become the cornerstone’?

18

Everyone who falls on that stone will be dashed to pieces; and it will crush anyone on whom it falls.»

19

The scribes and chief priests sought to lay their hands on him at that very hour, but they feared the people, for they knew that he had addressed this parable to them.

20

4 They watched him closely and sent agents pretending to be righteous who were to trap him in speech, in order to hand him over to the authority and power of the governor.

21

They posed this question to him, «Teacher, we know that what you say and teach is correct, and you show no partiality, but teach the way of God in accordance with the truth.

22

Is it lawful for us to pay tribute to Caesar or not?» 5

23

Recognizing their craftiness he said to them,

24

«Show me a denarius; 6 whose image and name does it bear?» They replied, «Caesar’s.»

25

So he said to them, «Then repay to Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God.»

26

They were unable to trap him by something he might say before the people, and so amazed were they at his reply that they fell silent.

27

Some Sadducees, 7 those who deny that there is a resurrection, came forward and put this question to him,

28

8 saying, «Teacher, Moses wrote for us, ‘If someone’s brother dies leaving a wife but no child, his brother must take the wife and raise up descendants for his brother.’

29

Now there were seven brothers; the first married a woman but died childless.

30

Then the second

31

and the third married her, and likewise all the seven died childless.

32

Finally the woman also died.

33

Now at the resurrection whose wife will that woman be? For all seven had been married to her.»

34

Jesus said to them, «The children of this age marry and remarry;

35

but those who are deemed worthy to attain to the coming age and to the resurrection of the dead neither marry nor are given in marriage.

36

They can no longer die, for they are like angels; and they are the children of God because they are the ones who will rise. 9

37

That the dead will rise even Moses made known in the passage about the bush, when he called ‘Lord’ the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob;

38

and he is not God of the dead, but of the living, for to him all are alive.»

39

Some of the scribes said in reply, «Teacher, you have answered well.»

40

And they no longer dared to ask him anything.

41

10 Then he said to them, «How do they claim that the Messiah is the Son of David?

42

For David himself in the Book of Psalms says: ‘The Lord said to my lord, «Sit at my right hand

43

till I make your enemies your footstool.»‘

44

Now if David calls him ‘lord,’ how can he be his son?»

45

Then, within the hearing of all the people, he said to (his) disciples,

46

«Be on guard against the scribes, who like to go around in long robes and love greetings in marketplaces, seats of honor in synagogues, and places of honor at banquets.

47

They devour the houses of widows and, as a pretext, recite lengthy prayers. They will receive a very severe condemnation.»

 

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1 [1-47] The Jerusalem religious leaders or their representatives, in an attempt to incriminate Jesus with the Romans and to discredit him with the people, pose a number of questions to him (about his authority, 2; about payment of taxes, Luke 20:22; about the resurrection,  Luke 20:28-33).

2 [9-19] This parable about an absentee landlord and a tenant farmers’ revolt reflects the social and economic conditions of rural Palestine in the first century. The synoptic gospel writers use the parable to describe how the rejection of the landlord’s son becomes the occasion for the vineyard to be taken away from those to whom it was entrusted (the religious leadership of Judaism that rejects the teaching and preaching of Jesus;  Luke 20:19).

3 [15] They threw him out of the vineyard and killed him: cf  Mark 12:8. Luke has altered his Marcan source and reports that the murder of the son takes place outside the vineyard to reflect the tradition of Jesus’ death outside the walls of the city of Jerusalem (see  Hebrews 13:12).

4 [20] The governor: i.e., Pontius Pilate, the Roman administrator responsible for the collection of taxes and maintenance of order in Palestine.

5 [22] Through their question the agents of the Jerusalem religious leadership hope to force Jesus to take sides on one of the sensitive political issues of first-century Palestine. The issue of nonpayment of taxes to Rome becomes one of the focal points of the First Jewish Revolt (A.D. 66-70) that resulted in the Roman destruction of Jerusalem and the temple. See also the note on  Matthew 22:15-22.

6 [24] Denarius: a Roman silver coin (see the note on  Luke 7:41).

7 [27] Sadducees: see the note on  Matthew 3:7.

8 [28-33] The Sadducees’ question, based on the law of levirate marriage recorded in  Deut 25:5-10, ridicules the idea of the resurrection. Jesus rejects their naive understanding of the resurrection ( Luke 20:35-36) and then argues on behalf of the resurrection of the dead on the basis of the written law ( Luke 20:37-38) that the Sadducees accept. See also the notes on  Matthew 22:23-33.

9 [36] Because they are the ones who will rise: literally, «being sons of the resurrection.»

10 [41-44] After successfully answering the three questions of his opponents, Jesus now asks them a question. Their inability to respond implies that they have forfeited their position and authority as the religious leaders of the people because they do not understand the scriptures. This series of controversies between the religious leadership of Jerusalem and Jesus reveals Jesus as the authoritative teacher whose words are to be listened to (see  Luke 9:35). See also the notes on Matthew 22:41-46.

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1

1 One day as he was teaching the people in the temple area and proclaiming the good news, the chief priests and scribes, together with the elders, approached him

2

and said to him, «Tell us, by what authority are you doing these things? Or who is the one who gave you this authority?»

3Imagen relacionada

He said to them in reply, «I shall ask you a question. Tell me,

4

was John’s baptism of heavenly or of human origin?»

5

They discussed this among themselves, and said, «If we say, ‘Of heavenly origin,’ he will say, ‘Why did you not believe him?’

6

But if we say, ‘Of human origin,’ then all the people will stone us, for they are convinced that John was a prophet.»

7

So they answered that they did not know from where it came.

8

Then Jesus said to them, «Neither shall I tell you by what authority I do these things.»

9

2 Then he proceeded to tell the people this parable. «(A) man planted a vineyard, leased it to tenant farmers, and then went on a journey for a long time.

10

At harvest time he sent a servant to the tenant farmers to receive some of the produce of the vineyard. But they beat the servant and sent him away empty-handed.

11

So he proceeded to send another servant, but him also they beat and insulted and sent away empty-handed.

12

Then he proceeded to send a third, but this one too they wounded and threw out.

13

The owner of the vineyard said, ‘What shall I do? I shall send my beloved son; maybe they will respect him.’

14

But when the tenant farmers saw him they said to one another, ‘This is the heir. Let us kill him that the inheritance may become ours.’

15

So they threw him out of the vineyard and killed him. 3 What will the owner of the vineyard do to them?

16

He will come and put those tenant farmers to death and turn over the vineyard to others.» When the people heard this, they exclaimed, «Let it not be so!»

17

But he looked at them and asked, «What then does this scripture passage mean: ‘The stone which the builders rejected has become the cornerstone’?

18

Everyone who falls on that stone will be dashed to pieces; and it will crush anyone on whom it falls.»

19

The scribes and chief priests sought to lay their hands on him at that very hour, but they feared the people, for they knew that he had addressed this parable to them.

20

4 They watched him closely and sent agents pretending to be righteous who were to trap him in speech, in order to hand him over to the authority and power of the governor.

21

They posed this question to him, «Teacher, we know that what you say and teach is correct, and you show no partiality, but teach the way of God in accordance with the truth.

22

Is it lawful for us to pay tribute to Caesar or not?» 5

23

Recognizing their craftiness he said to them,

24

«Show me a denarius; 6 whose image and name does it bear?» They replied, «Caesar’s.»

25

So he said to them, «Then repay to Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God.»

26

They were unable to trap him by something he might say before the people, and so amazed were they at his reply that they fell silent.

27

Some Sadducees, 7 those who deny that there is a resurrection, came forward and put this question to him,

28

8 saying, «Teacher, Moses wrote for us, ‘If someone’s brother dies leaving a wife but no child, his brother must take the wife and raise up descendants for his brother.’

29

Now there were seven brothers; the first married a woman but died childless.

30

Then the second

31

and the third married her, and likewise all the seven died childless.

32

Finally the woman also died.

33

Now at the resurrection whose wife will that woman be? For all seven had been married to her.»

34

Jesus said to them, «The children of this age marry and remarry;

35

but those who are deemed worthy to attain to the coming age and to the resurrection of the dead neither marry nor are given in marriage.

36

They can no longer die, for they are like angels; and they are the children of God because they are the ones who will rise. 9

37

That the dead will rise even Moses made known in the passage about the bush, when he called ‘Lord’ the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob;

38

and he is not God of the dead, but of the living, for to him all are alive.»

39

Some of the scribes said in reply, «Teacher, you have answered well.»

40

And they no longer dared to ask him anything.

41

10 Then he said to them, «How do they claim that the Messiah is the Son of David?

42

For David himself in the Book of Psalms says: ‘The Lord said to my lord, «Sit at my right hand

43

till I make your enemies your footstool.»‘

44

Now if David calls him ‘lord,’ how can he be his son?»

45

Then, within the hearing of all the people, he said to (his) disciples,

46

«Be on guard against the scribes, who like to go around in long robes and love greetings in marketplaces, seats of honor in synagogues, and places of honor at banquets.

47

They devour the houses of widows and, as a pretext, recite lengthy prayers. They will receive a very severe condemnation.»

 

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1 [1-47] The Jerusalem religious leaders or their representatives, in an attempt to incriminate Jesus with the Romans and to discredit him with the people, pose a number of questions to him (about his authority, 2; about payment of taxes, Luke 20:22; about the resurrection,  Luke 20:28-33).

2 [9-19] This parable about an absentee landlord and a tenant farmers’ revolt reflects the social and economic conditions of rural Palestine in the first century. The synoptic gospel writers use the parable to describe how the rejection of the landlord’s son becomes the occasion for the vineyard to be taken away from those to whom it was entrusted (the religious leadership of Judaism that rejects the teaching and preaching of Jesus;  Luke 20:19).

3 [15] They threw him out of the vineyard and killed him: cf  Mark 12:8. Luke has altered his Marcan source and reports that the murder of the son takes place outside the vineyard to reflect the tradition of Jesus’ death outside the walls of the city of Jerusalem (see  Hebrews 13:12).

4 [20] The governor: i.e., Pontius Pilate, the Roman administrator responsible for the collection of taxes and maintenance of order in Palestine.

5 [22] Through their question the agents of the Jerusalem religious leadership hope to force Jesus to take sides on one of the sensitive political issues of first-century Palestine. The issue of nonpayment of taxes to Rome becomes one of the focal points of the First Jewish Revolt (A.D. 66-70) that resulted in the Roman destruction of Jerusalem and the temple. See also the note on  Matthew 22:15-22.

6 [24] Denarius: a Roman silver coin (see the note on  Luke 7:41).

7 [27] Sadducees: see the note on  Matthew 3:7.

8 [28-33] The Sadducees’ question, based on the law of levirate marriage recorded in  Deut 25:5-10, ridicules the idea of the resurrection. Jesus rejects their naive understanding of the resurrection ( Luke 20:35-36) and then argues on behalf of the resurrection of the dead on the basis of the written law ( Luke 20:37-38) that the Sadducees accept. See also the notes on  Matthew 22:23-33.

9 [36] Because they are the ones who will rise: literally, «being sons of the resurrection.»

10 [41-44] After successfully answering the three questions of his opponents, Jesus now asks them a question. Their inability to respond implies that they have forfeited their position and authority as the religious leaders of the people because they do not understand the scriptures. This series of controversies between the religious leadership of Jerusalem and Jesus reveals Jesus as the authoritative teacher whose words are to be listened to (see  Luke 9:35). See also the notes on Matthew 22:41-46.

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