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Leadership and lifestyle : the portrait of Paul in the Miletus speech and 1 Thessalonians

Author: Steve Walton, Dr.
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Series: Monograph series (Society for New Testament Studies), 108.
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Identifies and compares major themes in Luke and Paul's views of Christian leadership.

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Walton, Steve, Dr.
Leadership and lifestyle.
Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000
(DLC) 99051378
(OCoLC)42680349
Named Person: Paul, the Apostle Saint.; Paul, the Apostle Saint.; Paul, l'apôtre saint.; Paul, saint)
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Steve Walton, Dr.
ISBN: 0511009739 9780511009730 0511034733 9780511034732 9780511488191 051148819X
OCLC Number: 51202688
Notes: Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--University of Sheffield, 1997.
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 256 pages).
Contents: Cover --
CONTENTS --
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS --
ABBREVIATIONS --
1 WHY STUDY THE MILETUS SPEECH? --
1.1 The Paul of Acts/Paul of the epistles debate --
1.1.1 Three schools of thought --
1.1.2 Vielhauer and Haenchen --
1.1.3 Responses to Vielhauer and Haenchen --
1.1.4 The relevance of the Miletus speech --
1.2 Luke's knowledge of the Pauline epistles --
1.2.1 The case for no knowledge --
1.2.2 The case for knowledge --
1.2.3 Responses to the case for knowledge --
1.2.4 The relevance of the Miletus speech --
1.3 Review of previous work on the speech --
1.3.1 Pauline tradition --
1.3.2 Lukan composition --
1.3.3 Farewell speech as genre --
1.3.4 Structural studies --
1.3.5 An attempt to re-set the agenda --
1.3.6 Narrative-critical approaches --
1.3.7 Rhetorical-critical approaches --
1.4 Orientation of this study --
2 ARE PARALLELS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER? --
2.1 Introduction --
2.2 Parallelism in Luke-Acts --
2.2.1 Rackham --
2.2.2 Goulder --
2.2.3 Talbert --
2.2.4 Conclusion --
2.3 What kind of unity have Luke and Acts? --
2.4 A hierarchy of connections --
2.5 Acts and the Pauline parallels --
2.5.1 Why focus on one letter? --
2.5.2 The use of criteria --
2.6 Conclusion --
3 THE MILETUS SPEECH IN CONTEXT --
3.1 Immediate context --
3.2 Literary genre --
3.2.1 Is there a genre farewell speech'? --
3.2.2 Is the Miletus speech a f̀arewell speech'? --
3.3 Structure --
3.3.1 Markers of structure --
3.3.2 Chiastic structure? --
3.3.3 A proposed structure --
3.4 Overview of contents --
3.4.1 Verses 18 ... 21: retrospect --
3.4.2 Verses 22 ... 4: the future of Paul in Jerusalem --
3.4.3 Verses 25 ... 27: prospect and retrospect --
3.4.4 Verses 28 ... 31: a charge to the elders --
3.4.5 Verses 32 ... 5: conclusion --
3.5 Themes --
3.5.1 Faithful fulfilment of leadership responsibility --
3.5.2 Suffering --
3.5.3 The attitude to wealth and work --
3.5.4 The death of Jesus --
EXCURSUS 1: THE TEXT AND TRANSLATION OF ACTS 20.28B --
The correct reading --
Translation and meaning --
4 THE MILETUS SPEECH AND LUKE'S GOSPEL --
4.1 Introduction --
4.1.1 The context in Acts --
4.1.2 Parallels in Luke's Gospel --
4.2 Luke 22.14 ... 38 --
4.2.1 The Last Supper discourse as a farewell speech --
4.2.2 Suffering to come --
4.2.3 The efficacy of the death of Jesus --
4.2.4 Leadership --
4.2.5 Money and work --
4.2.6 Summary --
4.3 Luke 12.1 ... 53 --
4.3.1 Leadership --
4.3.2 Suffering --
4.3.3 Money --
4.3.4 Other verbal parallels --
4.3.5 Summary --
4.4 Luke 21.5 ... 36 --
4.5 Briefer passages --
4.5.1 Luke 7.38, 44 --
4.5.2 Luke 9.2 --
4.5.3 Luke 10.3 --
4.5.4 Luke 13.32 --
4.6 Conclusion: leadership --
EXCURSUS 2: THE TEXT OF LUKE 22.17 ... 20 --
5 THE MILETUS SPEECH AND 1 THESSALONIANS --
5.1 Introduction --
5.1.1 Why 1 Thessalonians? --
5.1.2 Our approach to parallels --
5.2 Orientation to 1 Thessalonians --
5.2.1 Authorship --
5.2.2 Date --
5.2.3 Occasion --
5.2.4 Summary --
5.3 From the Miletus speech to 1 Thessalonians --
5.3.1 Leadership.
Series Title: Monograph series (Society for New Testament Studies), 108.
Responsibility: Steve Walton.
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