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The Interpretation of Freedom in the Letters of Paul : With Special Reference to the 'German' Tradition.

Author: Coppins.
Publisher: Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, 2012.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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HauptbeschreibungWayne Coppins investigates the interpretation of freedom in Paul's letters with special reference to Martin Luther and twentieth-century "German" New Testament scholarship. He focuses on three key issues, namely the importance of freedom in Paul's letters and theology, the centrality and meaning of "freedom from the law," and the relationship between freedom and service. In addition to providing a  Read more...
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Coppins,
Interpretation of Freedom in the Letters of Paul : With Special Reference to the 'German' Tradition.
Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, ©2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Coppins.
ISBN: 9783161516047 3161516044
OCLC Number: 782880091
Description: 1 online resource (233 pages)
Contents: Cover; Dedication; Preface; Table of Contents; Citations and Abbreviations; Part I: Approaching the Topic; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Topic and Purpose; 1.2 Freedom and the 'German' Tradition; 1.3 Martin Luther and The Freedom of a Christian; Chapter 2: Twentieth-Century 'German' Scholarship on Freedom in Paul; 2.1 The Importance of Freedom in Paul; 2.2 'Freedom from the Law' in Paul; 2.3 The Relationship between Freedom and Service in Paul; Chapter 3: Task and Methodology; 3.1 Method of Approach; 3.2 Outline of Methodological Scope and Limits. 3.3 The Relationship between the Respective ChaptersPart II: Exegesis; Chapter 4: The??e??e?- Texts of 1-2 Corinthians; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 1 Cor 7.21-22; 4.3 1 Cor 7.39; 4.4 1 Cor 9.1, 19; 4.5 1 Cor 10.29; 4.6 1 Cor 12.13; 4.7 2 Cor 3.17; 4.8 Conclusion; Chapter 5: The??e??e?- Texts of Galatians; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Preliminary Discussion; 5.3 Gal 2.4; 5.4 Gal 3.28; 5.5 Gal 4.21-31; 5.6 Gal 5.1; 5.7 Gal 5.13; 5.8 Conclusion; Chapter 6: The??e??e?- Texts of Romans; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Rom 6.18, 20, 22; 6.3 Rom 7.3; 6.4 Rom 8.2; 6.5 Rom 8.21; 6.6 Conclusion; Part III: Conclusion. Chapter 7: Paul's Freedom Texts and Luther's Emphases7.1 The Importance of Freedom in Paul's Letters and Theology; 7.2 The Centrality and Meaning of 'Freedom from the Law'; 7.3 The Relationship between Freedom and Service; Chapter 8: The Promise and Pitfalls of 'German' Scholarship on Freedom in Paul; Bibliography; Index of Ancient Sources; Index of Modern Authors; Index of Selected Topics.

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HauptbeschreibungWayne Coppins investigates the interpretation of freedom in Paul's letters with special reference to Martin Luther and twentieth-century "German" New Testament scholarship. He focuses on three key issues, namely the importance of freedom in Paul's letters and theology, the centrality and meaning of "freedom from the law," and the relationship between freedom and service. In addition to providing a detailed exegesis of the key Pauline texts, the monograph also offers a synthesis of the aforementioned issues and concludes with a retrospective assessment of the promise and pitfal.

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