Paul In The Greco Roman World

Author by : J. Paul Sampley
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Description : Distinguished Pauline scholars offer an insightful examination of Paul and his world, using carefully chosen examples to demonstrate how particular features of Greco-Roman culture shed light on Paul's letters and on his readers' possible perceptions of them.


The Letters Of Paul

Author by : Calvin J. Roetzel
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Description : This 5th edition has been updated the reflect developments in the scholarship since 1998. It is an introduction to St. Paul and his writings, aimed at students.


The Theology Of Paul The Apostle

Author by : James D. G. Dunn
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Paul Henry

Author by : S. B. Kennedy
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Description : "Paul Henry (1876-1958) is Ireland's greatest twentieth-century landscape painter. Trained in fin de siecle Paris under Whistler, he also absorbed the influences of Post-Impressionism, which linger in his work throughout his life. In his depictions of the landscapes and of the way of life in the west of Ireland in his time, Henry provides the quintessential view of the Irish scene, now as universally familiar as Cezanne's view of Provence or Constable's representations of Suffolk. In his own words, he wanted to capture in his work the very soul of Ireland, and he did so at a time of momentous social and political change as the Ireland we know today emerged as an independent state. A detailed biography of the artist is followed by an illustrated catalogue of his oeuvre in this comprehensive book. While many of Henry's paintings are well known, his drawings and early illustrations remain largely unknown, yet they provide an intriguing insight not only into the artist's way of working but to his lifestyle and personal circumstances."--Résumé de l'éditeur.


Paul And His Opponents

Author by : Stanley E. Porter
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Description : Who were Paul's opponents? Were they one or were they many, depending upon the church concerned? These questions continue to be of interest to Pauline and other New Testament scholars, and are addressed in this volume of collected essays. Some of the essays are on specific books, such as Galatians, the Corinthian letters and Romans, while others treat broader issues in Paul's world.


Paul

Author by : Herman Ridderbos
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Description : This is the English translation of the monumental study of the theology of the Apostle Paul by the Dutch theologian and Biblical scholar, Herman Ridderbos.


The Structure Of Paul S Letters

Author by : Robert Arthur Bailey
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Theology And Ethics In Paul

Author by : Victor Paul Furnish
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Description : First published in 1968--and out of print since the 1980s--Victor Paul Furnish's treatment of Paul's theology and ethics has long been regarded as the key scholarly statement and most useful textbook on Paul's thought. Now, Theology and Ethics in Paul is available once again as part of the Westminster John Knox Press New Testament Library. Featuring a new introduction from Richard Hays, this timeless volume is as relevant in this century as it was in the last. The New Testament Library offers authoritative commentary on every book and major aspect of the New Testament, as well as classic volumes of scholarship. The commentaries in this series provide fresh translations based on the best available ancient manuscripts, offer critical portrayals of the historical world in which the books were created, pay careful attention to their literary design, and present a theologically perceptive exposition of the text.


Paul S Territoriality And Mission Strategy

Author by : Ksenija Magda
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Publisher by : Mohr Siebeck
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Description : How does a certain place influence the self? Could one argue that Paul's territoriality and mission strategies are Jerusalem-centered? Does the letter to the Romans, as an insight into Paul's mission strategy, reveal the apostle's central territorial paradigm and offer explanations for the creation of Paul's theology as it affects his mission? In dealing with these questions, Ksenija Magda analyzes if and how spatial theories developed by the geographer Robert D. Sack can be utilized for the clarification of long-standing questions in Pauline theology, for example his motivation to evangelize the Gentiles, the center of Paul's theology, the relationship to his own people and the origin of his doctrines on justification. In doing so, the author also shows how conflicting issues can be resolved.


The Apostle Paul

Author by : Marion L. Soards
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Publisher by : Paulist Press
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Description : This dynamic new consideration of Paul addresses the three basic subjects that make up Pauline Studies -- Paul's life, letters, and theology -- and argues that these elements must be treated together since to do otherwise risks distorting one or more of the areas of studies.