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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Paul at the crossroads of cultures : theologizing in the space-between.
London, England ; New York, New York : Bloomsbury T & T Clark, ©2013
xiv, 262 pages
|Named Person:||Paul, the Apostle Saint; Paul, the Apostle Saint.; Paul, (de Tarse ; saint)|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (282 pages) : illustrations.|
|Contents:||Abbreviations; Preface; Chapter 1 Introduction; 1.1 At the Crossroads --
in a New Light; 1.2 The Challenge of Translation; 1.3 Hermeneutical Presuppositions and Methodological Issues; 1.4 Terminology; 1.5 Outline, Scope and Limitations of this Study; Part I Setting the Scene: Paradigms and Contexts; Chapter 2 Paradigms of Cultural Encounters: Fusion, Blending or Hybridity?; 2.1 The Judaism/Hellenism Debate Revisited; 2.2 The Concept of 'Hellenism' and its Limitations; 2.3 Postcolonial Concepts of Hybridity, Fusion and Creolization in Pauline Studies. 2.4 The Concept of Hybridity in Critical Discussion2.5 Conclusions; Chapter 3 Linguistic and Cultural Diversityand Identity Formation: Contemporary Approaches; 3.1 Language, Culture and Identity: Complex Networks; 3.2. Bilingualism, Biculturalism and Ethnic Diversity; 3.3 Language Adaptation, Lingua Franca and Identity/Belonging; 3.4 Conclusions; Chapter 4 The Context: Linguistic, Cultural and Ethnic Diversity in the Roman Empire; 4.1 The Function of Greek and Latin in the Roman Empire; 4.2 Linguistic Diversity under Rome; 4.3 Greek, Roman and Other Ways of Life: Cultural and Ethnic Diversity. 4.4 Bilingualism/Biculturalism: Negotiating Identity under Greek and Roman Domination4.5 'Us and Them': Networks and Stereotypes; 4.6 Conclusions; Part II Paul at the Crossroads; Chapter 5 Mapping Paul; 5.1 On the Map of the Imperium Romanum: Israel and the Nations; 5.2 ... in Roman Perspective; 5.3 Paul and his ... ; 5.4 ... in Jewish Perspective; 5.5 Between Israel and the Nations: God-Fearers and Sympathizers; 5.6 Between Cultures and Traditions: the Bicultural Go-Between; 5.7 Conclusions; Chapter 6 Scripture and Tradition: Translating the Narrative. 6.1 The Primacy of Scriptural Tradition and the Challenge of Translation6.2 The Significance of the Greek Translation of the Narrative: the LXX; 6.3 Reclaiming Identity in the Face of Violence and Totalitarian Ideology: Apocalyptic Tradition; 6.4 The Addressees and the Framework of Understanding; 6.5 Israel and the Nations: Unity with a Difference; 6.6 The Pauline Discourse of ... ; 6.7 ..., Fides and the Unity of the Nations; Chapter 7 Identity Formation by Doing: Cult Practice and the Translatability of Rituals; 7.1. Cult Practice --
Pietas/Piety in Action. 7.2 The Role of Cult and Diaspora Judaism7.3 Cult Practice and the Table of the Lord; 7.4 Cult Practice: 'Loss and Gain' in Translation; Chapter 8 Theologizing in the Space-Between; 8.1 Biculturalism, Bilingualism and Diversity in the First Century ce; 8.2 The Narrative and Practice of Belonging; 8.3 'To the Jew first and also to the Greek'; 8.4 Paul's Theologizing: Negotiating Meaning in the Space-Between; Bibliography; Index of Biblical and Other Ancient Sources; Index of Modern Authors.
|Series Title:||Library of New Testament studies, 456.|
In this study, Ehrensperger makes an exemplary effort to post a progressive new viewpoint ... Ehrensperger has achieved a significant contribution in the debate surrounding the origins of Pauline
- Paul, -- the Apostle, Saint -- Criticism and interpretation.
- Bible. -- Epistles of Paul -- Theology.
- Paul, the Apostle, Saint -- Criticism and interpretation.
- RELIGION -- Biblical Studies -- New Testament.
- RELIGION -- Biblical Studies -- Paul's Letters.
- Paul, -- the Apostle, Saint.
- Bible. -- Epistles of Paul.
- Paul -- (de Tarse ; saint)
- "Bible" -- * théologie.
- "Bible. -- NT. -- Epîtres pauliniennes" - influence reçue.