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The heavenly trumpet : John Chrysostom and the art of Pauline interpretation

Author: Margaret Mary Mitchell
Publisher: Louisville, Ky. : Westminster John Knox Press, ©2002.
Series: Hermeneutische Untersuchungen zur Theologie, 40.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: John Chrysostom, Saint; Jean Chrysostome, saint; John Chrysostom, Saint
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Mary Mitchell
ISBN: 0664225101 9780664225100
OCLC Number: 49527186
Notes: Originally published: Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, ©2000, in series: Hermeneutische Untersuchungen zur Theologie.
Description: xxxiii, 563 pages, 6 pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Contents: Ch. 1. "Of All the Saints I Love Paul the Most" --
The Sources --
The Historical Significance of Chrysostom as an Interpreter of Paul --
Previous Scholarship --
Methodological Presuppositions of this Study --
Approaching Chrysostom's Rhetorical Art --
Contemporary Resonances with Chrysostom's Interpretation of Paul --
Praise for Paul's Devoted Interpreter --
Ch. 2. "The Archetypal Image" [actual symbol not reproducible] --
The Hermeneutical Framework of the Portraits --
"The Archetypal Image" --
The Highest Artistic Standard: The Imperial Portrait [actual symbol not reproducible] --
Conclusions on the Framework of the Portraits --
A Final Question: Why Paul? --
Ch. 3. "The Warm Lover of Christ" --
Pauline Miniatures --
Epithets As Portraits in Miniature --
Chrysostom's Gallery of Miniature Portraits of Paul --
Literary Analysis of Epithets --
Ch. 4. "The Imperial Portrait [actual symbol not reproducible]" Unveiled: Portraits of Paul's Body --
Full-Scale Portraits of Paul --
Three Types --
The Tools of Portrayal --
Hom. in 1 Cor. 13 --
Paul as the Perfect Portrait of Christ --
Hom. in Rom. 32 --
Paul's Body Rejuvenated Form the Dust --
Ch. 5. "The Meadow of Virtues" [actual symbol not reproducible]: Portraits of Paul's Soul --
Painting a Soul --
De laudibus sancti Pauli --
Holistic Depictions Through Portraits of Pauline "Accessories" --
Full-Scale Portraits of Paul: Conclusions --
Ch. 6. "Obviously By Some Divine and Ineffable Power": Biographical Portraits of Paul --
"External Circumstances" [actual symbol not reproducible] --
Large-Scale Portraits of Paul's Life Circumstances --
Partial Portraits of Paul's "External Circumstances" --
A Final Portrait: Paul as Assailant of "External Circumstances" --
Conclusions on the Biographical Portraits --
Ch. 7. "The Soul Which Reached as Far as Heaven": Historiographical Issues in Chrysostom's Pauline Interpretation --
Recapitulation of Chrysostom's Pauline Portraiture --
Pauline Portraiture and Patristic Exegesis --
The "Historical Paul" and Chrysostom's Hermeneutics --
Paul and Peter --
Paul and Christ --
The Social Functions of Chrysostom's Rhetorical Art --
Oral and Written Forms of the Biographic --
Conclusion: Hung upon the Ring of Paul --
Ch. 8. "Partners in This Love Charm": The Art of Pauline Interpretation --
Exegesis as Portraiture --
Pauline Portraiture in Late Antiquity: Augustine and Chrysostom --
Pauline Portraiture in the Late Twentieth Century --
Chrysostom and the Task of Pauline Interpretation --
The Death and Resurrection of the Author --
Final Images --
App. 1. English Translation of de laudibus sancti Pauli 1-7 --
App. 2. Artistic Images of John Chrysostom and Paul.
Series Title: Hermeneutische Untersuchungen zur Theologie, 40.
Responsibility: Margaret M. Mitchell.


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