2 edition of Pauline interpretation of history found in the catalog.
Pauline interpretation of history
Ernest William Hunt
Thesis (B.D.) - University of Birmingham, 1946.
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Ancient authors certainly interacted with Pauline theology in many modes – as in the case of Pauline pseudepigrapha, or Pauline commentary, or Acts and other biographical traditions, or every scribe or patron involved with a Pauline manuscript – but they did not compose theologies of Paul in the sense in which Paul's theology is regarded as Cited by: In this important book, Nijay Gupta challenges common assumptions in the interpretation of Paul and calls for a re-examination of Paul’s faith language. Gupta argues that Paul’s faith language resonates with a Jewish understanding of covenant involving goodwill, trust, and expectation.
Pauline V. Young. ? Bibliography. The following bibliography is derived from references to Pauline Young in social science journals indexed by JSTOR, supplemented by titles cited by Young in a "Life History" written for Luther Bernard, ca , Luther Bernard Papers, Pennsylvania State University, and selected library catalogues. In the history of interpretation the rise of the historical-critical method opened a new era. The problem of the interpretation of the Bible is hardly a modern phenomenon, even if at times that is what some would have us believe. Other disciplines can also be very useful for the interpretation of the Bible. In all these areas it is.
"Until I read Pauline Maier’s remarkable new book, I thought I knew all I needed to know about the Declaration of Independence. But her deft, lively analysis punctures the received mythology and gives us an entirely original interpretation of our founding document." — J. Anthony Lukas, author of Common Ground. Pauline authorship involves several problem s, a nd they are norm ally considered post-P auline and pseudepigraphical. In this study they will not be discussed. 2. The Historiography of Acts 4 Christian writers have too often considered the Book of the Acts in the void, assuming that it should be read in the sam e way as m odern hi storical File Size: KB.
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This book is dedicated entirely to the interpretation of Paul's Letter to Philemon. The letter is approached from a wide variety of perspectives, thus yielding several new insights into its interpretation.
In a first essay the tendencies in the research on the letter since are outlined. This is followed by essays devoted to the epistolary analysis and to a rhetorical-psychological. According to the Gospels, Jesus establishes the New Covenant while the book of Acts records Covenant History, and the Pauline Epistles provides an interpretation of Covenant History.
In these letters, Paul interprets God’s work in Christ as purely grace that reconciles and restores all things in Him. Interpretation of Covenant History. Greed as Idolatry carries forward my main scholarly interests: the history of scriptural interpretation, Second Temple Judaism, biblical theology, Pauline studies, figurative language and the moral teaching of the New Testament.
a whole book on just three words is not unusual in biblical studies. However, it is less common when the words carry. Paul on trial: a new reading of the history in the book of Acts and the Pauline epistles.
[James Ironside Still] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for interpretation, etc: Named Person: Paul, the Apostle Saint.; Paul, the Apostle Saint. a new reading of the history in the book of Acts and the Pauline epistles. Editorial Reviews.
Reviewer: Michael J. Parmely, PhD (University of Kansas Medical Center) Description: This first edition book is a historic account of the debate that occurred primarily in Germany in the latter nineteenth century over the molecular basis for specificity in the immune system.
It reawakened an earlier, similar struggle among biologists interested in speciation Price: $ Arguing that all Pauline interpretation depends significantly upon the ways in which readers formulate their own images of the apostle, Margaret M.
Pauline interpretation of history book posits that John Chrysostom, the most profilic interpreter of the Pauline epistles in the early church, exemplifies this phenomenon. Mitchell brings together Chrysostom's copious portraits of Paul - of his body, his soul, and his 5/5(1).
Pauline Bartel harnesses our fascination with the supernatural and illuminates the shadowy past and present of witchcraft to create a book that is a well-rounded tour of the witching world.” Laurie Winn Carlson, author of A Fever in Salem: A New Interpretation of the New England Witch Trials.
Get this from a library. Whom God has called: the relationship of church and Israel in Pauline interpretation, to the present. [Christopher Zoccali]. Apocalyptic Epistemology: The Sine Qua Non of Valid Pauline Interpretation: Humphrey, Edith M.
Apocalyptic as Theoria in the Letters of St. Paul: A New Perspective on Apocalyptic as Mother of Theology: Wright, N. Apocalyptic and the Sudden Fulfillment of Divine Promise: Stuckenbruck, Loren T%(1). Summary and Analysis The Pauline Letters Because these letters are older than any of the gospel accounts of the life of Jesus, they constitute the most reliable source that we have today for information concerning the early history of the Christian movement.
"Interpreting the Pauline Letters" by John D. Harvey, will prove not only helpful but indispensable in the study of the Pauline Epistles.
The book is an exegetical handbook designed to The life of a pastor is busy/5. The Pauline epistles are the fourteen books in the New Testament traditionally attributed to Paul the Apostle, although many dispute the anonymous Epistle to the Hebrews as being a Pauline epistle.
Seven letters are generally classified as “undisputed”, expressing contemporary scholarly near consensus that they are the work of Paul: Romans, 1 & 2 Corinthians.
This first volume of A History of Biblical Interpretation explores interpreters and their methods in the ancient period, from the very earliest stages to the time when the canons of Judaism and Christianity gained general acceptance.
The first part of the book concentrates on the use of the Scriptures within Judaism. The Paul and Pauline Theology Collection presents 15 volumes of in-depth study on Paul’s works, thought, world, and legacy. It includes contributions from top New Testament scholars, including Krister Stendahl, Christiaan Beker, E.
Sanders, Terence L. Donaldson, and others. Citing ancient and modern sources and using the latest scholarly methods, this collection allows. Leading traditional perspective Pauline scholar Thomas Schreiner in this second edition of Interpreting teh Pauline Epistles provides an updated guide to the concerns and methods of doing exegesis on the New Testament epistles traditionally assigned to the apostle Paul (Rom., 1&2 Cor., Gal., Eph., Phil., Col., 1&2 Thess., Philemon., 1&2 Tim., Titus.,).5/5(1).
Description: The relationship between the church and Israel in Pauline interpretation has long been an area of considerable debate. The traditional view has understood Paul to identify the church with Israel, such that the church is the sole inheritor of Israel's sacred history, privileges, and divine promises.
Pauline Thought in the History of Interpretation. Don N. Howell, Jr. [Don N. Howell, Jr. is Associate Professor of New Testament Studies, Japan Bible Seminary, Tokyo, Japan.] For many centuries New Testament scholars have sought to understand and.
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Read this book on Questia. Pauline Christianity takes a fresh perspective on the composition and reception of Luke-Acts in relation to the category Pauline Christianity as it has been used to describe traditions, communities, and persons connected to Paul.
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In this highly original work, Elaine Pagels demonstrates how evidence from gnostic sources may challenge the assumption that Paul writes his letters to combat "gnostic opponents" and to repudiate their claims to secret wisdom.
Drawing upon evidence from the gnostic exegesis of Paul, including several Nag Hammadi texts, the author examines how gnostic exegetes cite.
Margaret M. Mitchell argues that all Pauline interpretation depends to a large degree upon the ways in which readers formulate their own mental (and sometimes graphic) images of the author, Paul.
John Chrysostom, the most prolific interpreter of the Pauline epistles in the early church (c. Pages: In this book, Wright distances himself rather sharply from both Sanders and Dunn, for whom he reserves some of his most pointed critique.
Wright helpfully organizes the book around three identifiable subfields that have developed in Pauline studies of late, the NPP, social-scientific approaches, and apocalyptic.