A couple of things in response to what has been said here.
1. The article on the LP that was published in the Fawcett series was by J. Jeremias, not R.A. Brown. Brown's essay on the LP as an Eschatalogical prayer that was originally published in Theological Studies 22 , 175-208) and then in Brown's New Testament Essays. A PDF of that essay can be found here: http://www.ts.mu.edu/readers/content/pd ... 22.2.1.pdf
. Jeremias' here: http://www.peacechurchrochester.org/Adu ... remias.pdf
2. While there is little discussion of the alleged relation between the LP -- a far better title is "The Disciple's Prayer" -- and allegedly contemporary Jewish prayers (especially the 18 benedictions ) in my SBL paper, I do discuss this question in my article "Matthew 6:9–13//Luke 11:2–4: An Eschatological Prayer?" that was published in the Biblical Theology Bulletin: A Journal of Bible and Theology August 2001 31: 96-105,. For the text, go to http://www.academia.edu/2542253/Matthew ... _and_quest
. I do this more extensively in my yet to be published booklet "The Disciples' Prayer", an uncorrected draft of which can be found at http://www.academia.edu/3641674/The_Disciples_Prayer
3. Scholarship is now questioning whether the prayers that Jesus supposedly drew the material and horizon of the LP from were even in existence in Jesus' time. On this, see the appendix E on this question (THE PROBLEM OF ASSOCIATING THE LORD’S PRAYER WITH JEWISH STATUTORY PRAYERS) in Richard Wendel's _The Interpretation of the Lord's Prayer, Q 11:2b-4_in the Formative Stratum of Q According to the Literary and Cultural Perspectives Afforded by the Affixed Aphorisms, Q 11:9-10, 11-13_ available here: http://ecommons.luc.edu/cgi/viewcontent ... t=luc_diss
4. As to the LP being "eschatological" in its orientation, see not only my BTB article above, but the lengthy discussion of this question and and analysis of the arguments used to support the eschatological view in my "The Disciples' Prayer" mentioned above.
5. Folks here might be interested in reading my "Mark 14:38 as a Key to the Markan Audience", where I discuss the meaning of the phrase "to enter into PEIRASMOS" http://www.academia.edu/3604844/Mark_14 ... n_Audience
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