Purpose and Cause in Pauline Exegesis : Romans 1.16-4.25 and a New Approach to the Letters.

By: Dabourne, WendySeries: Society for New Testament Studies Monograph SeriesPublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1999Copyright date: ©1999Description: 1 online resource (271 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780511149375Subject(s): Bible.--N.T.--Romans I, 16-IV, 25--Criticism, interpretation, etcGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Purpose and Cause in Pauline Exegesis : Romans 1.16-4.25 and a New Approach to the LettersDDC classification: 227.106 LOC classification: BS2665.2 .D33 1999Online resources: Click to View
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Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- ABBREVIATIONS -- 1 ASKING NEW EXEGETICAL QUESTIONS -- 2 EXEGESIS OF ROMANS 1.16-4.25: THE BASIC CONCEPTION AND ITS PROBLEMS -- 3 ROMANS 1.16-4.25: WHAT DO WE WANT TO KNOW? -- 4 THE BASIS FOR SEPARATING PRESUPPOSITIONS FROM INTENDED ADDRESS -- 5 HOW TO TRACE WHAT PAUL WAS INTENDING TO SAY TO THE ROMANS -- 6 WORKING FROM THE PROBLEMS OF INTERPRETATION WITHIN THE JUSTIFICATION FRAMEWORK -- …in Rom. 1.16-4.25 -- The goal of the discussion in Rom. 1.18-3.20 -- The audience -- The balance and grammar of Rom. 3.21-6 -- A question about God's righteousness -- Summary: clues and questions towards a new hypothesis -- Hypothesis about Rom. 1.16-4.25 -- 7 PAUL'S PURPOSE IN CREATING THE TEXT -- 8 THE NATURE OF THE TEXT -- 9 HYPOTHESIS DESCRIBING ROMANS 1.16-4.25 -- 10 THE TELEOLOGICAL EXPOSITION OF ROMANS 1.16-4.25 -- Rom. 1.16-17 - teleological exposition -- Rom. 1.16-17 - methodological commentary -- Rom. 1.18-4.25 - overview -- Rom. 1.18-32 - teleological exposition -- Rom. 1.18-32 - methodological commentary -- Rom. 2.1-11 - teleological exposition -- Rom. 2.1-11 - methodological commentary -- Rom. 2.12-29 - teleological exposition -- Rom. 2.12-29 - methodological commentary -- Rom. 3.1-8 - teleological exposition -- Rom. 3.1-8 - methodological commentary -- Rom. 3.9-20 - teleological exposition -- Rom. 3.9-20 - methodological commentary -- Rom. 3.21-6 - teleological exposition -- Rom. 3.21-6 - methodological commentary -- Rom. 3.27-4.25 - teleological exposition -- Rom. 3.27-4.25 - methodological commentary -- 11 TESTING THE TELEOLOGICAL READING -- Test 1 - making sense of all of the text -- Test 2 - making sense as part of the whole -- Test 3 - making historical sense -- Test result -- 12 THE CAUSAL EXPOSITION OF ROMANS 1.16-4.25 -- The justification theology as presupposition.
Key terms and underlying events -- Re-examining the justification presupposition -- The law -- Review of the causal exposition -- 13 REVIEW AND CONCLUSION -- Rom. 1.16-4.25 - A new basic conception in continuity with the old -- A new historical-critical approach to Paul's letters -- Accountability to NT scholarship -- The church and the Bible -- SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY -- Bible -- Other ancient texts -- Other -- INDEX OF BIBLICAL AND OTHER ANCIENT SOURCES -- GENERAL INDEX.
Summary: This book is about how to read Paul's letters as first-century epistles by studying Romans 1.16-4.25.
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Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- ABBREVIATIONS -- 1 ASKING NEW EXEGETICAL QUESTIONS -- 2 EXEGESIS OF ROMANS 1.16-4.25: THE BASIC CONCEPTION AND ITS PROBLEMS -- 3 ROMANS 1.16-4.25: WHAT DO WE WANT TO KNOW? -- 4 THE BASIS FOR SEPARATING PRESUPPOSITIONS FROM INTENDED ADDRESS -- 5 HOW TO TRACE WHAT PAUL WAS INTENDING TO SAY TO THE ROMANS -- 6 WORKING FROM THE PROBLEMS OF INTERPRETATION WITHIN THE JUSTIFICATION FRAMEWORK -- …in Rom. 1.16-4.25 -- The goal of the discussion in Rom. 1.18-3.20 -- The audience -- The balance and grammar of Rom. 3.21-6 -- A question about God's righteousness -- Summary: clues and questions towards a new hypothesis -- Hypothesis about Rom. 1.16-4.25 -- 7 PAUL'S PURPOSE IN CREATING THE TEXT -- 8 THE NATURE OF THE TEXT -- 9 HYPOTHESIS DESCRIBING ROMANS 1.16-4.25 -- 10 THE TELEOLOGICAL EXPOSITION OF ROMANS 1.16-4.25 -- Rom. 1.16-17 - teleological exposition -- Rom. 1.16-17 - methodological commentary -- Rom. 1.18-4.25 - overview -- Rom. 1.18-32 - teleological exposition -- Rom. 1.18-32 - methodological commentary -- Rom. 2.1-11 - teleological exposition -- Rom. 2.1-11 - methodological commentary -- Rom. 2.12-29 - teleological exposition -- Rom. 2.12-29 - methodological commentary -- Rom. 3.1-8 - teleological exposition -- Rom. 3.1-8 - methodological commentary -- Rom. 3.9-20 - teleological exposition -- Rom. 3.9-20 - methodological commentary -- Rom. 3.21-6 - teleological exposition -- Rom. 3.21-6 - methodological commentary -- Rom. 3.27-4.25 - teleological exposition -- Rom. 3.27-4.25 - methodological commentary -- 11 TESTING THE TELEOLOGICAL READING -- Test 1 - making sense of all of the text -- Test 2 - making sense as part of the whole -- Test 3 - making historical sense -- Test result -- 12 THE CAUSAL EXPOSITION OF ROMANS 1.16-4.25 -- The justification theology as presupposition.

Key terms and underlying events -- Re-examining the justification presupposition -- The law -- Review of the causal exposition -- 13 REVIEW AND CONCLUSION -- Rom. 1.16-4.25 - A new basic conception in continuity with the old -- A new historical-critical approach to Paul's letters -- Accountability to NT scholarship -- The church and the Bible -- SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY -- Bible -- Other ancient texts -- Other -- INDEX OF BIBLICAL AND OTHER ANCIENT SOURCES -- GENERAL INDEX.

This book is about how to read Paul's letters as first-century epistles by studying Romans 1.16-4.25.

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