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Interpreting Galatians

Moises Silva

Interpreting Galatians

Moises Silva

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Addresses the key issues surrounding the exegesis of Galatians and the other Pauline Epistles, exploring how literary, historical, and theological factors impact interpretation. The first edition appeared as Explorations in Exegetical Method. This second edition features a new appendix and will be welcomed by all those studying the Pauline Epistles.

- Publisher "Many books are written today on how to do exegesis, and yet students are often frustrated by their abstract character. Silva's work is distinctive, for he shows how to interpret the text by using Galatians as a case study. He offers sage advice on interpretive philosophy, textual criticism, Greek syntax, historical background, Pauline theology, and more! I learned much from this wise book, and I commend it enthusiastically to others."--Thomas R. Schreiner, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary "Silva has mastered the literature on Galatians from Aquinas to Zuntz and offers wisdom from his years of research that the scholar will find invaluable. Students will also breathe a sigh of relief over his clear style and unpretentious, often humorous, approach to the subject. Both scholar and student will benefit from the example of erudition and humility characteristic of everything Silva writes."--Frank Thielman, Beeson Divinity School "This volume is packed with information seasoned with sound advice. 'Exegetical method' carries a very wide sense--not just instructions on word study and sentence diagramming, but 'explorations' into mirror reading, linguistic theory, discourse analysis, and history of interpretation. Silva's survey maintains the big picture but avoids oversimplifications and abstraction by concentrating on Galatians as a test case. Take up and read--you'll learn a lot about Galatians, and much else too."--Robert H. Gundry, Westmont College "New Testament scholars are confronted by many and diverse approaches to the text--linguistic, literary, historical, and theological. All too often such methods are uncritically or seperately applied. In this well-written yet detailed book, Silva introduces the ways in which these approaches should be harnessed for our understanding of what the biblical authors intended. We are given hands-on experience with examples taken from Galatians. Readers are encouraged to apply his insights and critical judgments to other New Testament texts. Silva's timely book will help students and pastors. It is warmly welcomed."--J. K. Elliott, University of Leeds "Silva's detailed and erudite work tackles important issues in a creative manner, and in the process provides many useful and practical insights into the process of exegesis, much of which would be transferable to the exegesis of other texts."--Evangelical Review of Theology

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Addresses the key issues surrounding the exegesis of Galatians and the other Pauline Epistles, exploring how literary, historical, and theological factors impact interpretation. The first edition appeared as Explorations in Exegetical Method. This second edition features a new appendix and will be welcomed by all those studying the Pauline Epistles.
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"Many books are written today on how to do exegesis, and yet students are often frustrated by their abstract character. Silva's work is distinctive, for he shows how to interpret the text by using Galatians as a case study. He offers sage advice on interpretive philosophy, textual criticism, Greek syntax, historical background, Pauline theology, and more! I learned much from this wise book, and I commend it enthusiastically to others."--Thomas R. Schreiner, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary "Silva has mastered the literature on Galatians from Aquinas to Zuntz and offers wisdom from his years of research that the scholar will find invaluable. Students will also breathe a sigh of relief over his clear style and unpretentious, often humorous, approach to the subject. Both scholar and student will benefit from the example of erudition and humility characteristic of everything Silva writes."--Frank Thielman, Beeson Divinity School "This volume is packed with information seasoned with sound advice. 'Exegetical method' carries a very wide sense--not just instructions on word study and sentence diagramming, but 'explorations' into mirror reading, linguistic theory, discourse analysis, and history of interpretation. Silva's survey maintains the big picture but avoids oversimplifications and abstraction by concentrating on Galatians as a test case. Take up and read--you'll learn a lot about Galatians, and much else too."--Robert H. Gundry, Westmont College "New Testament scholars are confronted by many and diverse approaches to the text--linguistic, literary, historical, and theological. All too often such methods are uncritically or seperately applied. In this well-written yet detailed book, Silva introduces the ways in which these approaches should be harnessed for our understanding of what the biblical authors intended. We are given hands-on experience with examples taken from Galatians. Readers are encouraged to apply his insights and critical judgments to other New Testament texts. Silva's timely book will help students and pastors. It is warmly welcomed."--J. K. Elliott, University of Leeds "Silva's detailed and erudite work tackles important issues in a creative manner, and in the process provides many useful and practical insights into the process of exegesis, much of which would be transferable to the exegesis of other texts."--Evangelical Review of Theology
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Meet the Author

Moises Silva

Moises Silva (PhD, University of Manchester) has taught biblical studies at Westmont College, Westminster Theological Seminary, and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He is the revising editor of the Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible and the author of six books, including Biblical Words and Their Meaning, a commentary on Philippians, and Interpreting Galatians.

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  • Catalogue Code 171459
  • Product Code 080102305X
  • EAN 9780801023057
  • Pages 256
  • Department Academic
  • Category Scripture
  • Sub-Category Hermeneutics
  • Publisher Baker Book House
  • Publication Date Nov 2001
  • Dimensions 228 x 152 x 18 mm
  • Weight 0.421kg

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