Charles A. Gieschen
Studies in Honor of Sjef van Tilborg
Patrick Chatelion Counet and Ulrich Berges
1 A Methodology for Three Worlds: The Real World, the Symbolic World, and the Text World The task of this study is to examine the polemical passages in Philippians from the three interrelated viewpoints of history, identity construction, and rhetoric. From a historical point of view the study
A Resource for Students
Edited by David L. Barr
Paperback edition available from the Society of Biblical Literature (www.sbl-site.org).
A Methodological Study
The first part of this book generates the narrative grammar in response to significant contemporary writings on methods of narrative analysis. The second part provides a detailed analysis of the Gospel's larger narrative units. The analysis isolates narrative units according to a consistent set of criteria, grounds the interpretation on a limited number of qualifications of the implied reader, indicates the centrality of the literary and rhetorical traditions of the Hebrew Bible for interpretation, clarifies the model of irony used in the narrative, and accounts for the negative presentation of the disciples on narrative grounds.
Begegnungen mit dem Neuen Testament und seiner Umwelt. Festschrift für Heinz-Wolfgang Kuhn zum 65. Geburtstag
Fenske and Michael Becker
A Socio-Historical and Exegetical Study of 1 Corinthians 1-6
By comparing secular leadership in first century Corinthian society with leadership in the Corinthian church, it has been argued that one of Paul's major concerns with the church in Corinth is the extent to which significant members in the church were employing secular categories and perceptions of leadership in the Christian community.
This volume has adopted the method of assessing the New Testament evidence in the light of its social and historical background. Both literary and non-literary sources, rather than modern sociological models, were employed in making the comparison.
-Roman Christianity and Judaism 1 (2001) 18-24. I refer, THE METHODOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTION OF GÜNTHER ZUNTZ TO THE TEXT OF HEBREWS by EBERHARD GÜTING Wallenhorst Abstract This essay seeks to bring into focus the methodological presuppositions and the speci ﬁ c approach of the textual critic and classical scholar