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Unity and diversity in Christ : interpreting Paul in context : collected essays / William S. Campbell.

Campbell, William S. (författare)
ISBN 9781620322932
Publicerad: Eugene, Oregon : Cascade Books, [2013]
Copyright: ©2013
Engelska xii, 268 pages
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Innehållsförteckning Ämnesord
  • 1. Trajectories of conversations with Paul and others -- 2. The contribution of traditions in Paul's theology (1993) : The need for a framework of interpretation ; The cultural context that informed Paul's experience ; The influence of scriptural interpretation in the formulation of Paul's theological statements ; The interaction between scriptural interpretation and events of everyday life ; New and old in Paul's theology ; The shape of Paul's theology ; Conclusion -- 3. The rule of faith in Romans 12:1-15:13 (1995) : Introduction: interpretive tendencies in the understanding of the letter ; the diatribe style as an indirect witness to what Paul is not saying ; The situation of Paul's addressees in Romans 12:15 ; Political factors ; Theological factors ; Social factors: the weak and the strong in first-century Roman society ; The identity of the weak and the strong in Romans 14-15 ; The rule of faith: norms for the believing community ; The failure of the Romans to accept one another: boasting in distinction and ignoring common allegiance to Christ ; Conclusion: Paul's theology of faith in Romans -- 4. Divergent images of Paul and his mission (2000) : Examples from the reception of Romans in the twentieth century ; Paul, champion of the Gentiles: the partisan Paul ; Continuity between Romans 3-4 and Romans 9-11 ; Romans 9 and the "surprise" ending of Romans 11 ; Recontextualizing Paul's statements in Romans 9 ; Divergent understandings of the significance of Paul's Gentile mission as a factor in the Roman context ; The inclusive Paul: the purpose of God for Jews and also for Gentiles -- 5. "All God's beloved in Rome!": Jewish roots and Christian identity (2004) : Structure and content in Romans 8:14-11:36 ; Jewish versus Christian identity? ; Christian identity and negative self-designation ; Diversity in Christian identity. 
  • 6. "As having and as not having": Paul, circumcision, and indifferent things in I Corinthians 7:17-32a (2006/7) : Introduction ; Transformation in Christ ; The process: the interaction between continuity and transformation ; Resocialization and reversal of values ; Circumcision, transformation, and Christ-identity -- 7. Unity and diversity in the church: transformed identities and the peace of Christ in Ephesians (2008) : Introduction ; Unity is both a cause for celebration and a process to be worked at ; The new anthropos is not a "third entity" ; Ephesians constructs an alternative society in implicit contrast with Roman imperialistic claims ; The reconciliation advocated involves diverse communities of Christ-followers ; Being in Christ and Israelite identity are interdependent in Ephesians ; Conclusion -- 8. The addressees of Paul's Letter to the Romans: assemblies of God in house churches and synagogues (2010) : Introductory issues ; Historical issues and possible inferences arising from these interpretative factors ; The approach adopted in this study ; Evidence concerning the historical context prior to Paul's writing to the Romans ; The evidence from the letter concerning those whom Paul addresses ; Evidence concerning the addressees within Romans 9-11 ; The weak and the strong in Romans 14:1-15:13 ; The collection and the Jerusalem aspect of Romans ; Conclusion -- 9. "Let us maintain peace" (Rom. 5:2): reconciliation and social responsibility (2011) : Introduction: why focus on reconciliation in Paul ; The source of Paul's imagery of reconciliation ; Locating reconciliation language within the structure of Romans ; Inter-group conflict among the Roman Christ-followers ; Reconciliation in practice ; Reconciliation and Paul's purpose in Romans ; Conclusion: the pursuit of peace -- 10. Universality and particularity in Paul's understanding and strategy of mission (2011) : Introduction ; Commonality in Paul's teaching ; Common content across Paul's letters ; Imitation in Paul ; Common destiny -- conformity with the image of Christ ; Being linked with Christ for Paul means being inducted into a Jewish symbolic universe ; Universality and particularity in first-century Judaism ; Philo ; Philo and Paul: commonality and difference ; The contextuality of Paul's universal mission -- recognizing the limits ; Conclusion -- 11. "I rate all things as loss": Paul's puzzling accounting system: Judaism as loss or the re-evaluation of all things in Christ? (2012) : Introduction ; "Remain as you were when called": reading I Corinthians 7:20 in context ; Circumcision and glorying in the flesh (Gal. 6:11-16) ; "I rate all things as loss": Philippians 3:8 ; Re-evaluating of all things in Christ: a new paradigm for Pauline studies?. 


Jews in the New Testament.  (LCSH)
Judaism  -- Relations -- Christianity. (LCSH)
Christianity.  (fast)
Interfaith relations.  (fast)
Jews in the New Testament.  (fast)
Judaism.  (fast)
Theologie  (gnd)


Analys och tolkning  (saogf)
Criticism, interpretation, etc.  (fast)


Paul, the Apostle, Saint.
Paul, the Apostle, Saint.
Paulus, Apostel, Heiliger
Paulus, apostel, helgon, ca 3-63


Paulus, Apostel, Heiliger.: Briefe. 


Bible. Epistles of Paul -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. Epistles of Paul.
Bibeln. Paulus-breven


BS2655.J4 (LCC)
225.9/2 (DDC)
Ccd (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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