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2 Corinthians - a Letter about Reconciliation : A Psychagogical, Epistolographical and Rhetorical Analysis.
Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, ©2012
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (458 pages).|
|Contents:||Cover; Dedication; Preface; Table of Contents; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Tension between Reconciliation and Conflict in 2 Corinthians; 1.2 History of Interpretation: Attempts to Resolve the Tension; 1.2.1 Events which Occasioned the Writing of 2 Corinthians; The Trraditional Interpretation; F. Bleek (1830); H.G.A. Ewald and the Majority of Later Interpreters; 1.2.2 Partition Theories; 22.214.171.124 J.S. Semler and His Foundational Work for Partition Theories; 126.96.36.199 The Hausrath-Kennedy Hypothesis; 188.8.131.52 The Weiss-Bultmann Hypothesis; 184.108.40.206 The Scchmithals-Bornkamm Hypothesis. 220.127.116.11 The Semler-Windisch Hypothesis18.104.22.168 Other Partition Theories; 1.2.3 Unity Theories; 22.214.171.124 Unity in Composition but Not in Content; 126.96.36.199 Unity in Composition and in Content; Unity Based on a Rejection of an "Interim Visit" and an "Interim Letter"; Structural Unity; Pragmatic Unity; Theologising and Abstraction from the Historical Situation; 188.8.131.52 The Varying Tone of the Letter as Due to Rhetoric; 184.108.40.206 R. Bieringer's Model Theory for 2 Cor 7:5-16; 1.3 Thesis: 2 Corinthians: A Letter about Reconciliation; 1.4 Method: Hellenistic Rhetoric, Epistolography and Psychagogy. 1.4.1 2 Corinthians and Hellenistic Rhetoric1.4.2 2 Corinthians and Hellenistic Epistolography; 1.4.3 2 Corinthians and Hellenistic Psychagogy; 1.4.4 Describing, Not Prescribing, Paul's Argumentative Strategy; 1.5 Delimitation of the Thesis; Chapter 2: Praise and Idealization in Hellenistic Rhetoric, Psychagogy and Epistolography; 2.1 Who Were the Moral Guides?; 2.2 Epideictic Rhetoric --
A Variegated Genre; 2.3 Hortative Praise in Hellenistic Psychagogy; 2.4 Hortative Praise in Hellenistic Epistolography; 2.5 Classical Education: Imitation of That which Is Praiseworthy. 2.6 Conclusion and ProspectusChapter 3: 2 Cor 7:5-16 as Idealized Praise with a Hortative Objective; 3.1 2 Cor 2:5-11: Attempt at Fostering Reconciliation by Restoring the Offender; Analysis of 2:5-11; Summary of 2 Cor 2:5-11 and Its Relevance for 2 Cor 7:5-16; 3.2 The?d??t?sa?-Conflict as Part of a Bigger Conflict?; 3.2.1 The?d???sa?-Conflict and Paul's Second Visit; 2 Cor 12:14 and 13:1-2 and the Number of Earlier Visits; A Connection between the?d???sa?-Conflict and Paul's Second Visit; 3.2.2 Other Parts of the Conflict and Paul's Second Visit. 3.2.3 Differences and Similarities between Various Parts of the Overall Conflict during Paul's Second VisitDifferences between the Three Parts of the Conflict; Connections between the Three Parts of the Conflict; 3.2.4 Implications for Interpreting 2 Cor 7:5-16; 3.3 2 Cor 7:5-16 as an Idealization; 3.3.1 Amplification in Hellenistic Rhetoric; 3.3.2 Rhetorical Amplification in 2 Cor 7:5-16; 3.4 2 Cor 7:5-16: An Appeal to Full Reconciliation; 3.5 1 Thess 3 as a Parallel Line of Argument for 2 Cor 7:5-16; M.M. Mitchell's understanding of 1 Thess 3 and 2 Cor 7:5-16. The Hortative Objective with 1 Thess 3 and 2 Cor 7:5-16.
|Series Title:||Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament., 2. Reihe ;, 239 ;.|