Paul the Letter-Writer and the Second Letter to Timothy (JSNT Supplement)
Paul the Letter-Writer and the Second Letter to
This study argues for new perspectives on the letters of Paul, especially the Second Letter to Timothy. It examines striking aspects of Paul's letters, especially the fact that many of them are co-authored, that six of them acknowledge that a secretary has penned the letter, and that 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy and Titus are the only ones addressed to individuals. It investigates the implications of these facts for the concept of Pauline authorship. Prior maintains that the received arguments, statistical as well as literary, which exclude 2 Timothy from the influence of Paul, are less than convincing. The author suggests an original reading of 2 Timothy arguing it was composed by Paul towards the end of his first Roman imprisonment. Contrary to all interpretations of the letter which argue that Paul was about to be martyred, Prior claims that Paul was confident that he would be released, and was assembling a mission team to bring his proclamation of the Gospel to a completion. Timothy's courage and missionary zeal needed rekindling, for he and Mark were to be key figures in this new team.
- ASIN: 1850751471
The Letters to the Seven Churches of Asia (JSNT supplement)
The Symbol of Water in the Gospel of John (Jsnt Supplement Series, 145)
Imperial Cult and Commerce in John's Apocalypse (Jsnt Supplement Series, 132)
Persuasive Artistry Studies in New Testament Rhetoric in Honor of George A. Kennedy (Jsnt Supplement Series)
Jesus and the Sabbath in Matthew's Gospel (Jsnt Supplement Series, 139)
Jesus and the Sabbath in Matthew's Gospel (Jsnt
Matthew's stories of sabbath controversy contain key materials on the relations between Jesus and the sabbath. Yang concludes that for Matthew the sabbath is fulfilled by Jesus, and suggests he is aware of a legalistic tendency in sabbath observance.
- ASIN: 1850756546
John's Use of the Old Testament in Revelation (Jsnt Supplement Series, 166)
John's Use of the Old Testament in Revelation
This Book Explores the variety of ways John contextually uses the Old Testament in the Apocalypse. The introduction surveys and evaluates recent studies, which have been divided over the issue of whether or not John uses the Old Testament with sensitivity to its original literary context (Beale, Fekkes and Bauckham argue in the affirmative, while Ruiz and Moyise contend that this was not John's focus and see implications for 'reader-response criticism'). The remainder of the book looks at various ways in which John uses the Old Testament and argues that there is a reciprocal interpretative relationship between the Old Testament and the Apocalypse.
- ASIN: 1850758948
I Am in John's Gospel: Literary Function, Background & Theological Implications. (Jsnt Supplement Ser.)
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The Metaphor of Slavery in the Writings of the Early Church: From the New Testament to the Beginning of the Fifth Century (Jsnt Supplement Series, 156)
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