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Pistis and the Righteous One : a Study of Romans 1:17 against the Background of Scripture and Second Temple Jewish Literature.

Author: Heliso.
Publisher: Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, 2012.
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HauptbeschreibungMany regard Rom 1:17, which contains Paul's own declarative statement and its scriptural proof from Hab 2:4, as the thesis of Romans. How the passage is read therefore determines how the whole letter is interpreted. The traditional Lutheran understanding is that the passage introduces and provides a framework for the doctrine of justification by faith, where the 'righteous one' in the Habakkuk  Read more...
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Heliso,
Pistis and the Righteous One : A Study of Romans 1:17 against the Background of Scripture and Second Temple Jewish Literature.
Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, ©2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Heliso.
ISBN: 9783161515781 3161515781
OCLC Number: 782878900
Description: 1 online resource (307 pages)
Contents: Cover; Dedication; Preface; Table of Contents; Abbreviations; Introduction; Chapter 1 Analyses of Existing Interpretations; 1. Introduction; 2. Luther's Reading of Romans 1:17; 3. Meanings of???a??s??? T???; 4. Two Competing Readings; 4.1. Anthropological Reading; 4.2. Christological Reading; 4.2.1. Anthony Hanson; 4.2.2. Richard Hays; 4.2.3. Douglas Campbell; 4.2.4. Ian Wallis; 5. The Effect of Old and New Perspectives on Romans 1:17; 6. Conclusions, Problems and Prospect; Chapter 2 Background: Interpretations of Hab 2:3-4; 1. Introduction; 2. Septuagintal Interpretation of Habakkuk 2:3-4. 2.1. Messianic Elements in Habakkuk 2:3?2.2. Is the Righteous One in Hab 2:4 Messianic?; 2.3. Issues Relating to the Personal Pronoun Mo?; 3. Pesher Habakkuk (1QpHab); 4. The Nahal Hever Text (8HevXIIgr); 5. Hebrews 10:37-38: Christological or Anthropological?; 6. Conclusions; Chapter 3 Christology in the Immediate Context of Rom 1:17b?; 1. Introduction; 2. The Role of???; 3.???aæ?? T???: Linguistic Image for Christ?; 3.1.???aæ?? T???: Subject or Predicate?; 3.2.???aæ?? T???: and the Gospel; 3.3.???aæ?? T???: and Christ; 4. Revelation of???a??s??? T???; 4.1. Francis Watson on Rom 1:17a. 4.2. Revelation of Righteousness by Faith?4.3. Revelation of???a??s??? T??? as Divine Coming; 4.3.1. Evidence from Psalms 98 and 143; 4.3.2. Evidence from Enochic and Related Texts; 4.3.3. Revelation of God in Christ; 5. Conclusions; Chapter 4?IKAIOS: Generic Individual or Messianic?; 1. Introduction; 2. Righteous One in Non-Pauline Texts of the New Testament; 3. Righteous One in the Parables of 1 Enoch; 3.1. The Problem of the Date of the Parables; 3.2. Textual Problems vis-à-vis Righteous One; 3.3. The Righteous One as Eschatological Figure. 3.4. Righteous One in Shared Interpretative Traditions4. Righteous One in the Habakkuk Citation: Believer or Christ?; 5. Righteous One and Romans 1:18-3:20; 5. Conclusions; Chapter 5?ISTEOS: Christological or Anthropological?; 1. Introduction; 2. A Textual Conundrum; 3. 'E???st???: God's Covenant Faithfulness?; 4. 'E???st???: Human Faith or Christ's Faithfulness?; 4.1. Galatians 3:11; 4.2. Romans 1:17; 4.3. 'E???st??? in Romans 9:30-10:13; 4.4. 'E???st??? and X??st??; 4.4.1. Existing Interpretations of??st?? X??st??; 4.4.2. Some Linguistic Issues; 4.4.3. Galatians 2:16 and Context. 1) Contextual Factors in Relation to Works of the Law2)??st?? X??st?: Christ's Faithfulness-to-Death?; 4.4.4. Romans 3:22 and Context; 4.4.5. The Abraham Argument in Romans 4; 6. Conclusions; Summary and Final Conclusions; Bibliography; Primary Literature; General Reference Works; Secondary Literature; Index of References; Old Testament; Apocrypha; Pseudepigrapha; New Testament; Dead Sea Scrolls; Ancient Writings; Index of Authors; Index of Subjects.

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HauptbeschreibungMany regard Rom 1:17, which contains Paul's own declarative statement and its scriptural proof from Hab 2:4, as the thesis of Romans. How the passage is read therefore determines how the whole letter is interpreted. The traditional Lutheran understanding is that the passage introduces and provides a framework for the doctrine of justification by faith, where the 'righteous one' in the Habakkuk citation (Rom 1:17b) represents a person who was ungodly but is now justified or declared righteous through his or her own faith. This understanding has been challenged by some who have.

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