Paul and the Heritage of Israel (Volume 1) (Library Of New Testament Studies Series)
As a sequel to the hugely successful Jesus and the Heritage of Israel this book brings together fourteen internationally acclaimed scholars in antiquities studies and experts on Paul and Luke. The contributors provoke new approaches to the troubled relation of...
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As a sequel to the hugely successful Jesus and the Heritage of Israel this book brings together fourteen internationally acclaimed scholars in antiquities studies and experts on Paul and Luke. The contributors provoke new approaches to the troubled relation of the Lukan Paul by re-configuring the figure and impact of Paul upon nascent Christianity, with the two leading questions as a driving force. First, 'Who is "Israel" and the "church" for Luke and Luke's Paul' and secondly 'Who is Jesus of Nazareth and who is Paul in relation to both?' The contributors provide challenging new perspectives on approaches to the figure of Paul in recent scholarship as well as in the scholarship of previous generations, 're-figuring' Paul by examining both how he is portrayed in Acts, and how the Pauline figure of Acts may be envisioned within Paul's own writings. Paul and the Heritage of Israel thus accomplishes what no other single volume has done: combining both the 'Paul of Paul' and the 'Paul of Luke' in one seminal volume. >
Moessner is Professor of Biblical Theology at the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary.
DANIEL MARGUERAT is Professor of New Testament Studies at the Faculty of Theology of the University of Lausanne, Switzerland.
Mikeal C. Parsons (PhD, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is the Kidd L. and Buna Hitchcock Macon Chair in Religion at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. He is the author of Body and Character in Luke and Acts, Acts (Paideia: Commentaries on the New Testament) and coauthor of Illuminating Luke, Acts: A Handbook on the Greek Text, and Rethinking the Unity of Luke and Acts.
- I.re-figuring Paul; Philipp Vielhauer, On The 'paulinism' Of Acts; Robert Morgan, Survey Of Luke And Paul Relationships In German And Anglo-saxon Scholarship From Ww I To The Present; Daniel Marguerat, Paul After Paul. A (hi)story Of Reception; Christopher Mount, Reconstructing The Religion Of Paul; Michael Wolter, From A Religion Of Conversion To A Religion Of Tradition; Ii. The Figure And Legacy Of Paul In The Book Of Acts; Richard Hays, The Paulinisms Of Acts Intertextually Reconsidered; Daniel Marguerat, Paul And The Torah In The Book Of Acts; Michael Wolter, Jesus' Death And The Forgiveness Of Sins In Luke And Paul; Simon Butticaz, The Salvation Of Israel In Acts: Narrative Claim Of A Pauline Legacy; Jens Schroeter, Paul As A Model Of Christian Witness; David Moessner, Paul: Luke's 'witness Of Witnesses'; Iii. The Pauline Figure Of Acts Inside The Pauline Legacy; Gregory Sterling, From 'apostle To The Gentiles' To 'apostle Of The Church'; Andreas Dettwiler, The Function Of The Figure Of Paul In Colossians And Ephesians; Claire Clivaz, 'rumor': A Concept To Link Self-portraits And Receptions Of Paul; Jens Schroeter, Paul The Founder Of The Church; Yannredalie, 'working With One's Hands': One Model And Many Applications; Jean-francois Landolt, The Conversion Of Paul; Conclusion.