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Crucifixion and new creation: the strategic purpose of Galatians 6.11-17

Author: Jeff Hubing
Publisher: London ; New York : Bloomsbury T & T Clark, 2015.
Series: Library of New Testament studies.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book provides an interpretation of Galatians 6:11-17 which yields significant insights about Paul's perception of the crisis in Galatia, and the solution he presents to his readers in light of it. In the first section of the book, the epistolary form and function of Galatians 6:11-17 are analysed. Revealed as a body-closing, it works to sharpen and complete Paul's message by spelling out his motivation for  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Hubing, Jeff, 1972-
Crucifixion and new creation: the strategic purpose of Galatians 6.11-17
(DLC) 2014035764
(OCoLC)897510486
Named Person: Paulus, Apostel Heiliger.
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jeff Hubing
ISBN: 9780567655875 0567655873 9780567659361 0567659364
OCLC Number: 904046714
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Chapter 1 --
INTRODUCTION; Chapter 2 --
ON THE INTERPRETIVE TRAIL --
GALATIANS 6.11-17 THROUGH THE LENS OF ITS INTERPRETERS; 1. Understanding the Body-closing and Its Distinction from the Letter Closing of Galatians; 2. Understanding Galatians 6.11-17 in Light of Letter Closing Conventions; 3. Chapter Summary; Chapter 3 --
THE STRATEGIC FORM AND FUNCTION OF GALATIANS 6.11-17; 1. The Epistolary Genre and Structure of Galatians; 2. Challenging the Identification of Galatians 6.11-17; 3. Identifying Galatians 6.11-17 as the Closingto the Letter Body. 4. Chapter Summary5. The Exceptional Character of Galatians 6.11-17; Chapter 4 --
HAS PAUL'S SUFFERING BEEN COMMUNICATED IN VAIN?; 1. Ernst Baasland; 2. A.J. Goddard and S.A. Cummins; 3. John Muddiman; 4. Troy W. Martin; 5. Chapter Summary; Chapter 5 --
LISTENING TO PAUL'S PERSPECTIVE ON PERSECUTION; 1. Galatians 1.13-14; 2. Galatians 1.21-24; 3. Galatians 4.28-5.1; 4. Galatians 5.7-12; 5. Chapter Summary; Chapter 6 --
FINDING OTHER CLUES --
READING BETWEEN PAUL'S LINES; 1. Galatians 2.11-14; 2. Galatians 3.1-5; 3. Galatians 4.12-18; 4. Galatians 2.1-5; 5. Galatians 1.7 and 5.4. 6. Chapter SummaryChapter 7 --
PAUL'S DRAMATIC FINAL WORD --
THE MESSAGE OF GALATIANS 6.11-17; 1. The Structure of Paul's Argument in Galatians 6.11-17; 2. The Interpretation of the Message of Galatians 6.11-17; 3. Chapter Summary; Chapter 8 --
CONCLUSION; Bibliography; Index of References; Index of Authors.
Series Title: Library of New Testament studies.
Responsibility: by Jeff Hubing.

Abstract:

This book provides an interpretation of Galatians 6:11-17 which yields significant insights about Paul's perception of the crisis in Galatia, and the solution he presents to his readers in light of it. In the first section of the book, the epistolary form and function of Galatians 6:11-17 are analysed. Revealed as a body-closing, it works to sharpen and complete Paul's message by spelling out his motivation for writing and establishing the basis for further communication with his readers. The theme of persecution in the letter is then seen rendered both explicitly and implicitly through the.

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This study of Paul's theology originated as a doctoral dissertation at Loyola University Chicago, focusing on Galatians 6:11-17 as a key to understanding the underlying circumstance that prompted the Read more...

 
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