Social-science Commentary on the Letters of Paul

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Fortress Press, 01/01/2006 - 419 páginas
This latest addition to the Fortress Social-Science Commentaries on New Testament writings illuminates the values, perceptions, and social codes of the Mediterranean culture that shaped Paul and his interactions - both harmonious and conflicted - with others, Malina and Pilch add new dimensions to our understanding of the apostle as a social change agent, his coworkers as innovators, and his gospel as an assertion of the honor of the God of Israel.
 

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Introduction
1
Thessalonians
27
1 Letter Opening Superscription
30
2313 About the Relationship between the Change Agents and the Jesus Group They Formed
33
1524 Directives and Exhortations
45
2528 Letter Closing Salutation and Blessing
55
Corinthians
57
18 Letter Opening
60
810 Letter Thanksgiving
224
1832 They and the Ten Commandments
227
116 You Judeans and Judging Hellenists
232
17320 Israelites
234
21839 The Present Time Now
239
11136 Recalcitrant Israel
263
11314 You JesusGroup Values
275
11513 They the Weak and the Torah Commandments
282

9620 Reaction to a Report from Chloes People
62
11558 Response to Corinthian Questions
85
524 Letter Closing Salutations and Blessings
130
Corinthians
133
14613 Letter 1 Written before the Dispute
136
Written during the Dispute
150
1213 7516 Letter 3 Written after the Dispute
162
124 Insert Part of a Letter of Recommendation for Titus about the Collection for Jerusalem
171
115 Insert Part of a Letter about the Collection for Jerusalem
175
Galatians
177
15 Letter Opening Superscription
180
69 Introduction
182
10221 Paul Defends His Honor Form Encomium
183
1610 Paul Defends His Gospel Form Public Argument
201
1118 Conclusion
217
Romans
219
17 Letter Opening Superscription
222
1532 Conclusion and Travel Plans
288
33 Letter Ending
290
Philippians
295
111 Superscription
296
12215 Body A Pauls Prison Circumstances and Its Significance for the Philippians
301
16321 Body B Ingroup and Outgroup Relations
308
123 Concluding Remarks
316
Philemon
321
I Phlm 13 Superscription
322
The Exordium
323
Probatio
326
Peroratio
328
Reading Scenarios for the Authentic Letters of Paul
331
Bibliography
List of Reading Scenarios
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John J. Pilch teaches biblical literature in the Theology Department of Georgetown University, and is currently Visiting Professor at the Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, Hong Kong, and at the University of Pretoria, South Africa.

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