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Paul Beyond the Judaism/Hellenism Divide

Troels Engberg-Pedersen (Ed)

Paul Beyond the Judaism/Hellenism Divide

Troels Engberg-Pedersen (Ed)

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368 Pages

- Publisher This volume address a fundamental issue of debate in New Testament studies, but does away with the traditional strategy of playing Judaism and Hellenism off against each other as a context to understand Paul. This aim is reached in two ways* first in essays that display the ideological underpinnings of a Jewish and Hellenistic Paul in scholarly interpretations of him; and secondly, in case studies that illuminate issues from the Corinthian correspondence by drawing freely on Jewish and Greco-Roman contextual material.;Contributers include* Wayne Meeks (Yale), Dale Martin (Yale), Philip Alexander (Manchester), Loveday Alexander (Sheffield), John Barclay (Glasgow), David Aune (Notre Dame), Margaret Mitchell (Chicago) and Henrik Tronier (Copenhagen). This volume addresses a fundamental issue of debate in New Testament Studies. It presents essays that display the ideological underpinnings of a Jewish and Hellenistic Paul in scholarly interpretations of him; and case studies that illuminate issues from the Corinthian correspondence by drawing freely on Jewish and Greco-Roman contextual material.

- Publisher This insightful book intends to do away with the traditional strategy of playing Judaism and Hellenism out against one another as a context for understanding Paul. Case studies focus specifically on the Corinthian correspondence.

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About "Paul Beyond the Judaism/Hellenism Divide"

368 Pages
- Publisher

This volume address a fundamental issue of debate in New Testament studies, but does away with the traditional strategy of playing Judaism and Hellenism off against each other as a context to understand Paul. This aim is reached in two ways* first in essays that display the ideological underpinnings of a Jewish and Hellenistic Paul in scholarly interpretations of him; and secondly, in case studies that illuminate issues from the Corinthian correspondence by drawing freely on Jewish and Greco-Roman contextual material.;Contributers include* Wayne Meeks (Yale), Dale Martin (Yale), Philip Alexander (Manchester), Loveday Alexander (Sheffield), John Barclay (Glasgow), David Aune (Notre Dame), Margaret Mitchell (Chicago) and Henrik Tronier (Copenhagen). This volume addresses a fundamental issue of debate in New Testament Studies. It presents essays that display the ideological underpinnings of a Jewish and Hellenistic Paul in scholarly interpretations of him; and case studies that illuminate issues from the Corinthian correspondence by drawing freely on Jewish and Greco-Roman contextual material.
- Publisher

This insightful book intends to do away with the traditional strategy of playing Judaism and Hellenism out against one another as a context for understanding Paul. Case studies focus specifically on the Corinthian correspondence.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Troels Engberg-Pedersen (Ed)

Troels Engberg-Pedersen is Professor of New Testament at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. He is the author of "Paul and the Stoics", winner of a 2001 Biblical Archaeology Society Publication Award.

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  • Catalogue Code 186017
  • Product Code 0664224067
  • EAN 9780664224066
  • Pages 355
  • Department Academic
  • Category Biblical Studies
  • Sub-Category Paul
  • Publisher Westminster John Knox Press
  • Publication Date Oct 2001
  • Sales Rank #21470
  • Dimensions 229 x 153 x 26 mm
  • Weight 0.537kg

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