Paul in the Greco-Roman World (A Handbook) (Vol. 1 & 2)
This landmark handbook, written by distinguished Pauline scholars, and first published in 2003, remains the first and only work to offer lucid and insightful examinations of Paul and his world in such depth. Each chapter provides an overview of a...
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This landmark handbook, written by distinguished Pauline scholars, and first published in 2003, remains the first and only work to offer lucid and insightful examinations of Paul and his world in such depth. Each chapter provides an overview of a particular social convention, literary or rhetorical topos, social practice, or cultural more of the world in which Paul and his audiences were at home. In addition, the sections use carefully chosen examples to demonstrate how features of Greco-Roman culture shed light on Paul's letters and on his readers' possible perception of them.In this new edition, now across two volumes, all the contributions have been revised to take into account the last ten years of methodological change. New chapters cover Paul and memory, Paul's economics, and re-address the issues of honour and shame in Paul's writings - with respect to their Greco-Roman context.
- Volume Iacknowledgementsabbreviationsintroduction1. Paul And Adaptability, Clarence E. Glad, The Reykjavik Academy And The Icelandic Research Council. 2. Paul, Adoption And Inheritance, James C. Walters, Boston University, Usa. Revised By Jerry L. Sumney, Lexington Theological Seminary, Usa3. Paul And Associations, Richard S. Ascough, Queen's University, Canada4. Paul And Boasting, Duane F. Watson, Malone College, Usa5. Paul And Circumcision, Troy W. Martin, Saint Xavier University, Usa6. Paul And Commendation, Efrain Agosto, Hartford Seminary, Usa7. Paul, Exemplification, And Imitation, Benjamin Fiore, S.j, Georgetown University, Usa. Revised By Thomas R. Blanton, Lutheran School Of Theology At Chicago, Usa8. Paul And Rhetorical Comparison, Christopher Forbes, Macquarie University, Australia9. Paul And Greco-roman Education, Ronald F. Hock, University Of Southern California, Usa10. Paul And Family Life, Margaret Y. Macdonald, Saint Mary's University, Canada11. Paul And The Greek Novel, Loveday Alexander, University Of Sheffield, Uk12. Paul And Frankness, J. Paul Sampley, Boston University, Usa13. Paul And Friendship, John T. Fitzgerald, University Of Miami, Usa14. Paul And The Games, Alan H. Cadwallader, Australian Catholic University, Australiaindexvolume 2 Acknowledgementsabbreviations1. Paul. Hardships And Suffering, David E. Frederickson, Luther Seminary, Usa2. Paul, Honor And Shame, David A. Desilva, Ashland Theological Seminary, Usa3. Paul And Indifferent Things, Will Deming, University Of Portland, Usa4. Paul And Literacy, John Poirier, Kingswell Theological Seminary, Usa5. Paul, Marriage And Divorce, O. Larry Yarbrough, Middlebury College, Usa6. Paul And Maxims, Rollin A. Ramsaran, Emmanuel Christian Seminary At Milligan, Usa7. Paul And Memory, Peter-ben Smit, Vu University Amsterdam, The Netherlands8. Paul And Paterfamilias, L. Michael White, University Of Texas, Usa9. Paul, Patrons And Clients, Peter Lampe, University Of Heidelberg, Germany10. Paul And Performance, Glenn S. Holland, Allegheny College, Usa11. Paul And Self-mastery, Stanley Stowers, Brown University, Usa12. Paul And Slavery, J. Albert Harrill, The Ohio State University, Usa13. Paul And Social Memory, Rafael Rodriguez, Johnson University, Usa14. Paul, Virtue, Vices And Household Codes, Stanley E. Porter, Mcmaster Divinity College, Canada15. Epilog: Living In An Evil Aeon: Paul's Ambiguous Relation To Culture (toward A Taxonomy), J. Paul Sampley, Boston University, Usaindex