The Hermeneutics of the Apostolic Proclamation
The Center of Paul's Method of Scriptural Interpretation
Publication Year: 2012
Published by: Baylor University Press
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Paul is a polarizing f_igure. For some he is the ultimate saint—the sin-gular human who best understood the gospel, gave the proclamation of Jesus its most incisive articulation, and most fully lived it out, dying as a missionary martyr. For others he is a deluded hack who perpetuated a deformed gospel that was out of touch with mainstream early Christian ...
1. Toward the Center of Pauline Hermeneutics
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2. Paul and the Hermeneutics of the Apostolic Kerygma
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3. Figuration and the Divine Economy
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Fi.scg.scu.scr.sca.sct.sci.sco.scn.sc a.scn.scd.sc t.sch.sce.sc Di.scv.sci.scn.sce.sc Ec.sco.scn.sco.scm.scy.scT_he preceding chapter initiated an examination of Paul’s explicit state-ments about the scriptures. T_he purpose of this exploration was to deter-mine what, if anything, Paul says about the scriptures that might reveal his hermeneutical stance. It was concluded in the last chapter that Paul ...
4. Introducing Prosopological Exegesis
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5. Prosopological Exegesis in Paul’s Letters
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Pr.sco.scs.sco.scp.sco.scl.sco.scg.sci.scc.sca.scl.sc Ex.sce.scg.sce.scs.sci.scs.sc In light of the def_inition of prosopological exegesis and the criteria for assisting in determining its presence, which were established in the preced-ing chapter, this chapter seeks to gauge the extent to which Paul employs this exegetical technique and to tease out the hermeneutical implications ...
6. The Implications of Kerygmatic Hermeneutics
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Index of Biblical References
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Publication Year: 2012