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, 
- Copyright: ©2013
- Engelska xii, 268 pages
- 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?.
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