By Bartosz Adamczewski
Utilizing the tactic of severe intertextual examine, this ebook analyses the phenomena of hypertextuality and ethopoeia within the New testomony writings opposed to the history of the second one Temple literature, the old Jesus, and the ancient Paul. The paintings demonstrates that each one twenty post-Pauline writings together with the Gospels, like a few of Paul’s letters, are just loosely with regards to heritage. however, the hot testomony writings represent a logically constant community of intertextual-rhetorical relationships that have to be correctly investigated and interpreted. purely analyses of this sort permit us to appreciate the inner good judgment of the recent testomony as a complete and the genuine that means of its person works.
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M. E. Thrall, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Second Epistle to the Corinthians, vol. 1 (ICC; T&T Clark: Edinburgh 1994), 57-61; M. J. Harris, The Second Epistle to the Corinthians: A Commentary on the Greek Text (NIGTC; Eerdmans: Grand Rapids, Mich. · Cambridge, UK and Paternoster: Carlisle 2005), 3-8. Cf. P. Oakes, ‘Contours of the Urban Environment’, in T. D. Still and D. G. ), After the First Urban Christians: The Social-Scientific Study of Pauline Christianity Twenty-Five Years Later (T&T Clark: London · New York 2009), 21-35 (esp.
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Constructing Relationships, Constructing Faces: Hypertextuality and Ethopoeia in the New Testament Writings by Bartosz Adamczewski