This new work aimed at upper level undergraduates provides an invaluable handbook for students seriously engaging with Paul's life, letters and context. This new coursebook assesses Paul from four key areas. This book is written by several co-authors, all experts...
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This new work aimed at upper level undergraduates provides an invaluable handbook for students seriously engaging with Paul's life, letters and context. This new coursebook assesses Paul from four key areas. This book is written by several co-authors, all experts in their given fields, to give the most up-to-date and accurate information to readers - but also to present a sense of authorial continuity throughout the book. This book is divided into three main parts; the environment, life, work and person of Paul; Paul's letters and theological themes; and, the reception of Paul and his letters. As such it provides a comprehensive overview of scholarship on Paul and is the perfect handbook for the serious student wishing to engage with some of the most important writings in the New Testament. This book features maps, tables, text-boxes, up-to-date bibliographies and key points are identified throughout.
Oda Wischmeyer is Professor of New Testament at the University of Erlangen, Germany.
- Part I: Historical, Religious, And Cultural Contexts/introduction (o. Wischmeyer, Erlangen) Contemporary Judaism (j. Frey, Munich)/contemporary Religions And Philosophical Schools (b. Heininger, Wurzburg)/political Conditions (a. Mehl, Halle)/paul's Life (e. Ebel, Zurich)/paul's Mission (e. Ebel, Zurich)/paul's Person (e.-m. Becker, Aarhus); Part Ii: Letters. Theology/introduction (o. Wischmeyer)/epistolography (e.-m. Becker)/rhetoric (e.-m. Becker)/1 Thessalonians (e. Ebel)/1 Corinthians (o. Wischmeyer)/2 Corinthians (e.-m. Becker)/galatians (j. Frey)/philippians (l. Bormann, Erlangen)/philemon (l. Bormann)/romans (o. Wischmeyer)/paul's Theology (o. Wischmeyer); Part Iii: Reception Of Paul/introduction (o. Wischmeyer)/pseudepigraphy (e.-m. Becker)/the Reception Of Paul In The First Century (b. Heininger)/the Reception Of Paul In The Second Century (a. Lindemann, Bethel)/the Reception Of Paul In The History Of The Church (w. Wischmeyer, Wien)/appendices (persons, Places, Maps, Topics).