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All Things to All Cultures

Mark HardingAlanna Nobbs

All Things to All Cultures

Mark HardingAlanna Nobbs

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All Things to All Cultures sets Paul in his first-century context and illuminates his interactions with Jews, Greeks, and Romans as he spread the gospel in the Mediterranean world. In addition to exploring Paul's context and analyzing his letters, the book has chapters on the chronology of Paul's life, the text of the Pauline letters, the scholarly contributions to our understanding of Paul over the last 150 years, and the theology of the Pauline corpus.

There is no comparable introduction to Paul that integrates the Jewish, Greek, and Roman influences on him and the letters that make up a substantial portion of the New Testament.

Contributors:
Mike Bird
Cavan Concannon
David Eastman
Chris Forbes
Mark Harding
Tim Harris
Jim Harrison
Paul McKechnie
Brent Nongbri
Ian Smith
Murray Smith
Larry Welborn

"This multi-author volume comprises a valuable collection of studies that draw upon and communicate state-of-play scholarship on an impressive galaxy of Pauline topics, judicious assessments of competing hypotheses, and discussion of a wide panoply of evidence that make it a necessary acquisition for libraries and necessary reading for anyone doing serious work on the Apostle Paul. Highly recommended!"
- Larry Hurtado, University of Edinburgh

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About "All Things to All Cultures"

All Things to All Cultures sets Paul in his first-century context and illuminates his interactions with Jews, Greeks, and Romans as he spread the gospel in the Mediterranean world. In addition to exploring Paul's context and analyzing his letters, the book has chapters on the chronology of Paul's life, the text of the Pauline letters, the scholarly contributions to our understanding of Paul over the last 150 years, and the theology of the Pauline corpus.

There is no comparable introduction to Paul that integrates the Jewish, Greek, and Roman influences on him and the letters that make up a substantial portion of the New Testament.

Contributors:
Mike Bird
Cavan Concannon
David Eastman
Chris Forbes
Mark Harding
Tim Harris
Jim Harrison
Paul McKechnie
Brent Nongbri
Ian Smith
Murray Smith
Larry Welborn

"This multi-author volume comprises a valuable collection of studies that draw upon and communicate state-of-play scholarship on an impressive galaxy of Pauline topics, judicious assessments of competing hypotheses, and discussion of a wide panoply of evidence that make it a necessary acquisition for libraries and necessary reading for anyone doing serious work on the Apostle Paul. Highly recommended!"
- Larry Hurtado, University of Edinburgh
- Koorong

"All Things to All Cultures" sets Paul in his first-century context and illuminates his interactions with Jews, Greeks, and Romans as he spread the gospel in the Mediterranean world. In addition to exploring Paul's context and analyzing his letters, the book has chapters on the chronology of Paul's life, the text of the Pauline letters, the scholarly contributions to our understanding of Paul over the last 150 years, and the theology of the Pauline corpus.There is no comparable introduction to Paul that integrates the Jewish, Greek, and Roman influences on him and the letters that make up a substantial portion of the New Testament.Contributors Mike BirdCavan ConcannonDavid EastmanChris ForbesMark HardingTim HarrisJim HarrisonPaul McKechnieBrent NongbriIan SmithMurray SmithLarry Welborn
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Meet the Authors

Mark Harding

The Rev Dr Mark Harding (Ph.D., Princeton Theological Seminary) is the Dean and Chief Executive Officer of the Australian College of Theology. His role is to oversee the administration of our awards and to guide the day to day running of the College. He is the author of Tradition and Rhetoric in the Pastoral Epistles (Peter Lang, 1998) and What are They Saying About the Pastoral Epistles? (Paulist, 2001) and co-editor with Alanna Nobbs of The Content and the Setting of the Gospel Tradition (Eerdmans, 2010)
Koorong -Editorial Review.

Alanna Nobbs

Alanna Nobbs (Ph.D., University of Sydney) is professor of ancient history and co-director of the Ancient History Documentary Research Centre at Macquarie University. She is the author of Kambala: the First Hundred Years 1887-1987 (Globe Press, 1987) and co-editor of The Content and the Setting of the Gospel Tradition; Ancient History in a Modern University (2 vols, Eerdmans, 1997)

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  • Catalogue Code 394359
  • Product Code 9780802866431
  • ISBN 0802866433
  • EAN 9780802866431
  • Pages 432
  • Department Academic
  • Category Biblical Studies
  • Sub-Category Paul
  • Publisher Eerdmans
  • Publication Date Nov 2013
  • Sales Rank #56830
  • Dimensions 234 x 158 x 17 mm
  • Weight 0.652kg

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