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The writings of St. Paul : annotated texts, reception and criticism

Author: Wayne A Meeks; John T Fitzgerald
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton, ©2007.
Series: Norton critical edition.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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An introduction to the writings of the apostle Paul, presenting the Today's New International Version of the complete extant works attributed to Paul in the New Testament, with seven letters that are undoubtedly authentic, and six whose authorship is questionable, and including the major pseudo-Pauline works not in the New Testament, a selection of writings from Paul's time to the present, and ten interpretations.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wayne A Meeks; John T Fitzgerald
ISBN: 0393972801 9780393972801
OCLC Number: 71004465
Description: xxxv, 710 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part I. The undoubted letters of St. Paul --
The first letter to the Thessalonians (ca. 50-51) --
The letter to the Galatians (ca. 54) --
The first letter to the Corinthians (53-55) --
The second letter to the Corinthians (54-56) --
The letter to the Romans (ca. 57) --
The letter to the Philippians (ca. 62? ca. 56?) --
The letter to Philemon (ca. 62? ca. 56?) --
Part II. Works of the Pauline school --
The second letter to the Thessalonians (ca. 51?) --
The letter to the Colossians (ca. 65-75?) --
The letter to the Ephesians (ca. 80?) --
The pastoral letters (95-125?) --
First Timothy --
Second Timothy --
Titus --
Part III. Pseudo-pauline works --
Correspondence of Paul and the Corinthians (second century) / Anonymous --
To the Laodiceans (second-fourth century) / Anonymour --
The correspondence of Paul and Seneca (fourth century) --
The apocalypse of Paul (third century?) --
The gnostic apocalypse of Paul (second century?) --
Part IV. Views of Paul in the ancient church --
Luke's portrait of Paul --
The chosen instrument (ca. 95) / "Luke" --
Luke as Paul's companion and biographer (ca. 180) / Irenaeus --
Paul in the canonical book of Acts (1990) / Daniel R. Schwartz --
Paul in the acts of the apostles (1979) / Jacob Jervell --
Paul and bar Jesus (1989) / Susan R. Garrett --
The apocryphal Paul : some early Christian traditions and legends --
Paul at the end of the fourth century (393) / Jerome --
Jacob foresees the two phases of Paul's life (ca. 212) / Tertullian --
The risen Christ foretells Paul's conversion and mission (ca. 150?) / Anonymous --
Paul's physical appearance (ca. 190?) / Anonymous --
Paul's wife (ca. 215) / Clement of Alexandria --
Paul's daily schedule (late fourth century) / Ambrosiaster --
Paul and the baptized lion (ca. 190?) / Anonymous --
Paul's use of pagan oracles (ca. 215) / Clement of Alexandria --
Paul as the paragon of virtue (ca. 390) / John Chrysostom --
Paul's missionary journey to Spain (late second century) / Anonymous --
The martyrdom of Paul --
Pillar of the church and example of endurance (ca. 96) / Clement of Rome --
Paul is beheaded and appears to Nero (ca. 190?) / Anonymouse --
Paul as Satan's apostle : Jewish-Christian opponents --
The non-apostle (late fourth century) / Ambrosiaster --
A false proselyte (third century) / Anonymous --
The Cerinthians (ca. 375) / Epiphanius --
Messenger of Satan (ca. 200?) / Anonymous --
Persecutor of the faith (date unknown) / Anonymous --
Paul's opponents in Galatia (1985) / J. Louis Martyn --
The letter of James as anti-pauline polemic (1987) / Martin Hengel --
Paul's Jewish-Christian opponents in Jerusalem and in the Didache (1987) / David Flusser --
Paul and his pagan critics --
Pauline double talk : is the god of Israel really the god of the gentiles? (363) / Julian --
Whether Paul called Jesus "God" and the secret worship of Paul's tomb (363) / Julian --
An attack on Paul (late fourth century?) / An anonymous Hellene --
Valentinus and the gnostic Paul --
Paul as paraclete (second century) / Theodotus --
The gnostic Paul (1975) / Elaine H. Pagels --
On the valentinian interpretation of scripture (ca. 180) / Irenaeus --
The only true apostle : Marcion's radical Paul --
Marcion (ca. 180) / Irenaeus --
Marcion's special work (207) / Tertullian --
The antithese (ca. 140?) / Marcion --
Marcion's starting point (1924) / Adolf von Harnack --
The model ascetic --
The acts of Paul and Thecla (ca. 190?) / Anonymous --
The pastoral epistles against "old wives' tales" (1983) / Dennis R. MacDonald --
Paul and Christian martyrs --
A martyr's understanding of Paul (early fourth century) / Anonymous --
Claiming Paul for "orthodoxy" : a sample of patristic interpretations --
The multiple meanings of "law" in Paul's letters (ca. 246) / Origen --
On "the god of this world" (ca. 180) / Irenaeus --
The conflict of Peter and Paul at Antioch (ca. 365) / Victorinus --
The man of sin (ca. 445) / Theodoret of Cyrus --
On the attire, subordination, and salvation of women (late fourth century) / Ambrosiaster --
The "last days" (ca. 445) / Theodoret of Cyrus --
Patristic interpretations of Romans 1:26 (1985) / Bernadette J. Brooten --
The second-century Paul --
The use of Paul's letters in second-century Christianity (1981) / David K. Rensberger --
Part V. Law versus grace and the problem of ethics --
Human works and divine judgment (ca. 246) / Origen --
Adam's sin and ours (late fourth century) / Ambrosiaster --
Faith, grace, and works (ca. 407) / Pelagius --
On grace and free will (426 or 427) / Aurelius Augustine --
Sin, sex, and death (ca. 445) / Theodoret of Cyrus --
Death to the law (1535) / Martin Luther --
The new man (1953) / Karl Barth --
Part VI. "The second founder of Christianity" --
Hebraists, Hellenists, and Catholics (1860) / Ferdinand Christian Baur --
The first Christian (1880) / Friedrich Nietzsche --
The Jewish dysangelist (1888) / Friedrich Nietzsche --
The monstrous imposition upon Jesus / George Bernard Shaw --
The founder of Christian civilization (1900) / Adolf von Harnack --
Hellenistic Christianity before Paul (1912) / Wilhelm Heitmuller --
Part VII. Pauline Christianity and Judaism --
Pauline contributions to a pluralistic culture (1971) / David Daube --
Trinitarian testimonies (1988) / Burton L. Visotzky --
Was Paul an "anti-Semite"? (1993) / Daniel Boyarin --
Paul and the beginning of Jewish mysticism (1995) / Alan F. Segal --
Paul on the destiny of Israel (2000) / Paula Fredriksen --
Part VIII. Reading Romans --
Reading Romans 7 : Paul and religious experience --
Painting the passions' domination prior to grace (ca. 445) / Theodoret of Cyrus --
The apostle Paul and the introspective conscience of the west (1963) / Krister Stendahl --
The worm at the core of the apple (1990) / Paul W. Meyer --
Romans 7: 7-25 as speech-in-character (1994) / Stanley K. Stowers --
Reading Romans 13 : Paul's influence on political theory --
Christians and the governing authorities (ca. 246) / Origen --
State and church in the patristic exposition of Romans 13: 1-7 (1952) / Karl Hermann Schelkle --
Romans 13 and Augustine's political thought (1941) / Wilfrid Parsons, S.J. --
Submission and resistance (1523) / Martin Luther --
Romans 13 and the right of revolution (1749) / Jonathan Mayhew --
Principles of interpretation of Romans 13 (1961) / Ernst Kasemann --
Part IX. A sampler of modern approaches to Paul and his letters --
Paul's demythologizing and ours (1941) / Rudolf Bultmann --
The atonement and the akedah (1969) / Nils Alstrup Dahl --
The strong and the weak in Corinth (1975) / Gerd Theissen --
Paul, women, and the household code (1983) / Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza --
The widows' tale (1984) / Jouette M. Bassler --
Paul : Hellenistic philosopher of Christian pastor? (1986) / Abraham J. Malherbe --
The lord's supper in the context of Hellenistic religious history (1989) / Hans-Josef Klauck --
The Roman Christians of Romans 16 (1991) / Peter Lampe --
Rhetorical shorthand in Pauline argumentation (1994) / Margaret M. Mitchell --
Paul without passion : on Paul's rejection of desire in sex and marriage (1997) / Dale B. Martin --
Epilogue, The Christian proteus / Wayne A. Meeks.
Series Title: Norton critical edition.
Responsibility: edited by Wayne A. Meeks, John T. Fitzgerald.
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