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The early reception of Paul the Second Temple Jew : text, narrative and reception history

Author: Isaac W Oliver; Gabriele Boccaccini; Joshua Scott, (Editor)
Publisher: London : T & T Clark, 2019. ©2019
Series: Library of Second Temple studies, 92.; T & T Clark library of biblical studies.
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"Paul was a Pharisaic Jew whose moment of revelation on the road to Damascus has made him the most famous early Christian convert. His relationship to Christianity is and has been a topic of great interest to scholars of early Christianity and Judaism. This collection of essays examines how Christians of the first two centuries perceived Paul's Jewishness and how they seized upon Paul's views on Judaism in order to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Paul, the Apostle Saint; Paul, the Apostle Saint.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Isaac W Oliver; Gabriele Boccaccini; Joshua Scott, (Editor)
ISBN: 9780567675224 056767522X
OCLC Number: 1057634133
Description: vii, 330 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The construction of Gentiles in the Letter to the Ephesians / Matthew Thiessen --
"You who once were far off have been brought near." The Ethne-in-Christ according to Ephesians / William S. Campbell --
Ephesians in the Jewish political debate of the first century: rethinking Paul's approach in facing new challenges / Eric Noffke --
Colossians' grounding traditionalization of Paul / Anders Klostergaard Petersen --
The shadow and the substance: early reception of Paul the Jew in the Letter to the Colossians / James Waddell --
Didaskalos ethnon [Greek word]: Pauline trajectories according to 1 Timothy / Kathy Ehrensperger --
Jew against Jew: the reception of Paul in Matthew's Christian Jewish community / David C. Sim --
Paul among his enemies? Exploring potential theological traits in the Pseudo-Clementines / Giovanni B. Bazzana --
John of Patmos and the Apostle Paul: antimony or affinity? / Joel Willits --
Why should experts ignore Acts in Pauline research? / James H. Charlesworth --
Jewish sensibilities and the search for the Jewish Paul --
the Lukan Paul viewed through Josephan Judaism: interplay with Apion 2:190-219 / George Carras --
The calling of Paul in the Acts of the Apostles / Isaac W. Oliver --
Luke's portrait of Paul in Acts 21:17-26 / David Rudolph --
Marcion, Paul and the Jews / Judith Lieu --
Paul's problematic relation to Judaism in the Seneca-Paul original correspondence (2nd century CE?) / Ilaria L.E. Ramelli --
Reading James, re-reading Paul / David Nienhuis --
Gentile Judaizing in the Dialogue with Trypho: a test case for Justin's reception of Paul / Benjamin White --
"As if by Paul"? Some remarks on the textual strategy of anonymity in Hebrews / Gabriella Gelardini --
The scripturalization of letters from "our beloved brother" Paul in 2 Peter / David Downs --
Paul, the Greek Old Testament, and the promotion of the Flavian order in 1 Clement / Harry O. Maier.
Series Title: Library of Second Temple studies, 92.; T & T Clark library of biblical studies.
Responsibility: edited by Isaac W. Oliver and Gabriele Boccaccini with Joshua Scott.

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"Paul was a Pharisaic Jew whose moment of revelation on the road to Damascus has made him the most famous early Christian convert. His relationship to Christianity is and has been a topic of great interest to scholars of early Christianity and Judaism. This collection of essays examines how Christians of the first two centuries perceived Paul's Jewishness and how they seized upon Paul's views on Judaism in order to advance their own claims about Christianity. The essays offer a comprehensive examination of various Christian views on Paul in texts contained both in and outside of the New Testament. Thus, the essays elucidate how the reception of Paul's thought affected the formation of Judaism and Christianity into separate entities. The chapters include an analysis of Marcion, Paul and the Jews by Judith Lieu, as well as musing on the placement of Acts in Pauline Research by James H. Charlesworth and an analysis of Paul in relation to the Greek Old Testament from Harry O. Maier"--

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