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Rhetorical texture and narrative trajectories of the Lukan galilean ministry speeches : hermeneutical appropriation by authorial readers of Luke-Acts

Author: Patrick E Spencer
Publisher: London : T & T Clark, 2007.
Series: Library of New Testament Studies, 341.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Varying degrees of attention are paid to Jesus' four speeches in the Galilean ministry of the "Gospel of Luke". This book examines each speech from the context of ancient rhetorical argument and  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Patrick E Spencer
ISBN: 0567031306 9780567031303
OCLC Number: 851023449
Notes: Indices.
Description: XIV, 248 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part One: Current Status of Research and Methodological Foundation; 1. Understanding Today's Scholarly Landscape: Jesus' Four Lukan Galilean Ministry Speeches; 2. A Methodological Foundation for Investigation: Towards Reading as Conduction; 3. Graeco-Roman Rhetorical Argument: Delimiting Rhetorical Texture; Part Two: Rhetorical Texture of the Four Lukan Galilean Speeches; 4. First Galilean Speech (4.14-30): Hometown Synagogue Rejects New Patronal Boundaries; 5. Second Galilean Speech (Lk 6.17-49): A New Ethical Mode of (Non-Reciprocal) Benefaction; 6. Third Galilean Speech (Lk 7.24-35): Jesus, John the Baptist, and Their Disciples and Opponents; 7. Fourth Galilean Speech (Lk 8.4-18): Sowing Character Taxonomies for the Implied Reader; Part Three: Narrative Trajectories and Hermeneutical Appropriation by Authorial Readers; 8. Disputed Issues: The Unity of Luke-Acts and the Representation of the Jewish People; 9. Rhetorical Texture and Narrative Trajectories: Generation of Plot, Characterization, and Topoi; 10. Hermeneutical Appropriation by Authorial Readers and Ideological Transformation; Part Four: Concluding Summary - From Galilee to Rome; 11. Conclusion: Rhetorical Texture, Narrative Trajectories, and Appropriation by Authorial Readers Bibliography.
Series Title: Library of New Testament Studies, 341.
Responsibility: Patrick E. Spencer.

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"Spencer's conclusions are consistent with the existing consensus of Lukan scholarship. The book demonstrates a mature grasp of contemporary reading theory and rhetorical analysis, and will interest Read more...

 
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