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by Mark D. Nanos


The Galatians Debate: Contemporary Issues in Rhetorical and Historical Interpretation epub

ISBN: 0801047277

ISBN13: 978-0801047275

Author: Mark D. Nanos

Category: Bibles

Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference

Language: English

Publisher: Baker Academic (October 1, 2002)

Pages: 576 pages

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Mark Nanos offers an introduction and glossary of terms to help students .

Mark Nanos offers an introduction and glossary of terms to help students begin their study and a comprehensive volume bibliography and modern author and ancient sources indexes for those who are continuing on to further study. Table of Contents: The literary composition and function of Paul's letter to the Galatians, Hans Dieter Betz. The rhetorical outline for Galatians : a reconsideration, Robert G. Hall. The letter of Paul to the Galatians : a deliberative speech, Joop Smit. Apostasy to paganism : the rhetorical stasis of the Galatian controversy, Troy Martin. St. Paul's Epistles and ancient Greek and Roman rhetoric, Carl Joachim Classen.

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scales not been tipped in favour of the South Galatian destination and with it a possible early date and the recognition that Paul's . Germany and Department of New Testament and Early Christian Studies University of South Africa P.

scales not been tipped in favour of the South Galatian destination and with it a possible early date and the recognition that Paul's teaching on justifijication by faith was not a late afterthought to his theological thinking; cf. S. Kim, The Origin of Paul's Gospel (2d e. WUNT 2/4; Tübingen: Mohr, 1984), 269–329 and C. Dietzfelbinger, Die Berufung des Paulus als Ursprung seiner Theologie (WMANT 58; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1985), 90–137. The Galatians Debate:.

Mark Nanos handles many of the issues regarding Galatians by interacting with other contributors in this volume. This inability to make rhetorical sense of Paul was examined in Philip Kern's 1998 book Rhetoric in Galatians. Though some are thorny he masterfully addresses key points to arrive at clear conclusions. I would and have recommended this volume to many or my peers in biblical education. Part of the problem is that the "rules" of rhetoric, both ancient and modern, are not written in stone.

Nanos, Mark D. Year (Publication)

Nanos, Mark D. Year (Publication). Thesaurus BiBIL : Books of the New Testament : Letters of Paul : Galatians Thesaurus BiBIL : Bible (as a whole) : Bible (as a whole) - Hermeneutics - Methods : Methods : Synchronic Methods : Rhetorical Criticism Thesaurus BiBIL : Bible (as a whole) : Bible (as a whole) - Hermeneutics - Methods : Methods : Diachronic Methods : Socio-historical Criticism.

The Galatians Debate. Contemporary Issues in Rhetorical and Historical Interpretation

The Galatians Debate. Contemporary Issues in Rhetorical and Historical Interpretation. This volume is designed to facilitate familiarity with the contemporary issues central to the interpretation of Galatians and to present examples of the prevailing points of view as well as some recent challenges to them.

Familiarizes readers with the contemporary issues central to the interpretation of Galatians and presents examples of the prevailing points of view, along with recent challenges to these viewpoints.

Students and scholars reading the secondary literature on Galatians must often negotiate specialized language and complex lines of argument. In addition to the theological jargon that traditionally characterizes discussion of Galatians, one now encounters a significant amount of rhetorical and sociohistorical terminology, and the reader's familiarity with this specialized language is increasingly assumed.This volume is designed to facilitate familiarity with the contemporary issues central to the interpretation of Galatians and to present examples of the prevailing points of view as well as some recent challenges to them. The essays included explore the rhetorical and epistolary approaches to examining Galatians, comprise a comprehensive introduction to significant research in the field, and represent some of the best work available. Mark Nanos offers an introduction and glossary of terms to help students begin their study and a comprehensive volume bibliography and modern author and ancient sources indexes for those who are continuing on to further study.
extremely informative, well written
Mark Nanos handles many of the issues regarding Galatians by interacting with other contributors in this volume. Though some are thorny he masterfully addresses key points to arrive at clear conclusions. I would and have recommended this volume to many or my peers in biblical education.
Ever since Hans Dieter Betz proposed, in his 1979 Hermeneia commentary on Galatians, that Paul was employing elements of Greco-Roman rhetoric, this idea has dominated modern criticism of the Pauline corpus, especially the books of Romans, 1 & 2 Corinthians and Galatians.

It is unfortunate that few of the rhetorical critics of Paul can agree as to exactly which rhetorical elements mentioned in the surviving ancient Greek or Latin handbooks correspond to the chapters of Paul's letters. This inability to make rhetorical sense of Paul was examined in Philip Kern's 1998 book _Rhetoric in Galatians_. Part of the problem is that the "rules" of rhetoric, both ancient and modern, are not written in stone.

Mark Nanos, the editor of _The Galatians Debate_, has himself written on the subject of Paul's use of language in _Mystery of Romans_ (1996) and _Irony of Galatians_ (2002). I thought he did an excellent job of bringing together, and juxtaposing, several critics with very different views on the subject.

Well worth the read.

Dave H