Search: Biblical Studies - New Testament & Early Christian Writings, 2001
Results 1 - 10 of 15
Pauline Christianity examines the reception of Acts and the ‘Pauline’ Luke by Irenaeus, the compositional intentions behind the construction of ‘Pauline’ Christianity in Acts, and the relation of the literary Paulinism of the author to the Paulinism of his sources.
Ismo Dunderberg, Christopher Tuckett and Kari Syreeni
This collection consists of 22 essays on New Testament, early Christianity, and biblical interpretation. The essays bear especially upon issues related to early Christian diversity and conflicts and to their challenge for biblical interpretation.
This volume identifies the crowds in the Gospel of Matthew and explains their character and function. It argues that a proper appreciation of the role of the crowds is essential to an understanding of salvation history within the gospel.
J. Ross Wagner
A text-critical, literary, and theological investigation of Paul's use of Isaiah in his letter to the Romans. It situates Paul's reading of scripture within the milieu of early Jewish interpretive practices and places it in the particular context of his own mission to the Gentiles. This ...
This book questions the authenticity of some sayings and stories counted to the "bedrock" of the Jesus tradition, analyses the ambiguous relationship of early Christians to their Jewish heritage and offers a fresh discussion of fundamental questions of principle.
Brook W.R. Pearson
Corresponding Sense investigates various issues to do with the study of Paul in the New Testament from the perspective of Hans-Georg Gadamer’s philosophical hermeneutics. Alongside theoretical and practical development of Gadamer’s philosophy, the book deals with the following New Testament ...
Gary W. Burnett
This book proposes that there was a lively sense of the individual self in persons in the Hellenistic world of the urban centres in which Paul lived and ministered, whereby individualistic behaviour was not unknown and where individuals were not simply determined by their culture and the group ...
James L. Resseguie
In this literary analysis of the Gospel of John, Resseguie examines rhetoric, setting, character, and plot to uncover the Gospel’s unique point of view. He shows the usefulness of the concepts of defamiliarization and point of view for understanding how the narrator makes the familiar seem ...
First large-scale investigation into the attitude of the historical Jesus towards covenant belief, the dominant theme of the Judaism of Jesus' day. The question intensively illuminates Jesus' relation to Judaism and provides a significant vantage point for his proclamation.
E. Earle Ellis
After sketching the history of modern criticism, this work examines the dating of New Testament books and their techniques of biblical citation, Paul's mission to Spain, the hypothesis of 'innocent' apostolic pseudepigrapha, and the use of preformed traditions in Paul's christology.
Click a term to refine your current search.
Categories: all » Biblical Studies - New Testament & Early Christian Writings
- Humanities (15)
- Biblical Studies (15)
- BRILL (15)
- Book (15)