Abstract

Abstract:

“Perspectives” such as the “New Perspective” or the “Radical New Perspective” on Paul, to name two prominent versions, have come to characterise much of Pauline research since the late twentieth century. This article explores the settings of and reasons for the particular “perspectival” focus on the Pauline letters, its ensuing legacies, and subsequent impact on Pauline studies. Hermeneutical approaches such as perspectives in Pauline scholarship are more than simply heuristic approaches, so that their wider significance and effects deserve attention. Reflections on (some of) the effects and impact of such multifaceted approaches on Pauline scholarship, amidst a plethora of juxtaposed methodological approaches where primary perspectival leanings often linger, conclude the article.

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Additional Information

ISSN
2518-4628
Print ISSN
0254-8356
Pages
pp. 373-398
Launched on MUSE
2021-03-24
Open Access
No
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