This World and the World to Come (Library Of Second Temple Studies Series)
Did authors of Second Temple texts concern themselves with 'salvation'? If so, on what terms? What does one need 'salvation' from? Are the parameters of who is included in or excluded from 'salvation' defined? Gurtner's vision in compiling this collection...
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Did authors of Second Temple texts concern themselves with 'salvation'? If so, on what terms? What does one need 'salvation' from? Are the parameters of who is included in or excluded from 'salvation' defined? Gurtner's vision in compiling this collection is to collect contributions on a single topic as it is addressed in individual books from the Second Temple period. Working from a sound methodological basis the contributors assess the theme in different books, acknowledging that the approaches in each text are different, depending on issues of genre and provenance. This allows an acute comparison of how this topic is present across a myriad of Second Temple Jewish texts. Throughout the course of the work the notion of "soteriology" is very broadly conceived. Whilst acknowledging the obviously Christian connotation of the term 'soteriology' the volume similarly acknowledges the usefulness of the term as an heuristic category for careful analysis.
Daniel M. Gurtner (Ph.D., University of St. Andrews) is assistant professor of New Testament at Bethel Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota. His published works include The Torn Veil: Matthew's Exposition of the Death of Jesus; Introduction to Syriac: Key to Exercises & English-Syriac and Second Baruch: A Critical Edition of the Syriac Text, With Greek and Latin Fragments, English Translation, Introduction, and Concordances (Jewish and Christian Texts in Contexts and Related Studies) and he has also produced seven books in the Bible Knowledge Background Commentary.
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- Introduction Daniel M. Gurtner\narratives\1. "'waiting For His Deliverance': The Story Of Salvation In Judith" Michael F. Bird\2. "god's Great Deeds Of Deliverance: Soteriology In 3 Maccabees" J.r.c. Cousland\3. "traveling The Royal Road: The Soteriology Of Philo Of Alexandria" Ronald R. Cox\4."the Hermeneutic Of Grace: The Soteriology Of Pseudo-philo's Biblical Antiquities" Preston M. Sprinkle\apocalypses\5. "deliverance And Justice: Soteriology In The Book Of Daniel" Lorenzo Ditommaso\6. "on A Wing And A Prayer: The Soteriology Of The Apocalypse Of Abraham" John C. Poirier\7. "the Few Who Obtain Mercy: Soteriology In 4 Ezra" Jonathan Moo\8. "on The Other Side Of Disaster: Soteriology In 2 Baruch" Daniel M. Gurtner\9. "personal Salvation And Rigorous Obedience: The Soteriology Of 2 Enoch" Grant Macaskill\poetics\10. "enduring The Lord's Discipline: Soteriology In The Psalms Of Solomon" Kenneth Atkinson\11. "'saved By Wisdom' (wis. 9:18): Soteriology In The Wisdom Of Solomon" Daniel J. Harrington, S.j.\qumran\13. "survival At The End Of Days: Aspects Of Soteriology In The Dead Sea Scrolls Pesharim" Alex Jassen\14. "salvation Through Emulation: Facets Of Jubilean Soteriology At Qumran" Ian Werrett\15. "grace, Works And Destiny: Salvation In Qumran's Community Rule (1qs/4qs)" Markus Bockmuehl\targumim And Rabbinic\ 16. "messianic Redemption: Soteriology In The Targum Jonathan To The Former And Latter Prophets" Bruce D. Chilton\17. "the Restoration Of Israel: Soteriology In Rabbinic Judaism" Jacob Neusner\conclusion George W.e. Nickelsburg