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God, Israel, and the Gentiles: Rhetoric and Situation in Romans 9-11

Johann D. Kim
Format
Thesis/Dissertation; Book
Published
Atlanta, Ga. : Society of Biblical Literature, c2000.
Language
English
Series
Dissertation Series
Dissertation Series (Society of Biblical Literature)
ISBN
0884140148 (alk. paper)
Contents
  • I. Task and Methodology 5
  • Task 5
  • Methodology 9
  • Excursus: What Does Aristotle have to do with Paul? 13
  • Theory of Stasis 17
  • II. Historical Situation and the Rhetorical Situation 25
  • Historical Criticism and Rhetorical Criticism 25
  • Excursus: The Survival of Historical Criticism 31
  • Historical Situation 32
  • Rhetorical Situation 33
  • Lloyd F. Bitzer's Theory 33
  • Rhetorical Situation Debate 35
  • Rhetorical Situation in New Testament Rhetorical Criticism 40
  • Rhetorical Situation as the Historical Situation 40
  • Rhetorical Situation against the Historical Situation 42
  • Rhetorical Situation with the Historical Situation 43
  • Historical Situation through the Rhetorical Situation 45
  • Excursus: Claudius 25.4 and the Occasion of Romans 50
  • III. Rhetorical Situation of Romans 57
  • Functions of Exordium and Peroratio in Greco-Roman Rhetoric 58
  • Exordium 59
  • Peroratio 61
  • Exordium and the Peroratio in Romans 62
  • Limits of the Exordium and the Peroratio in Romans 62
  • Exordium 62
  • Peroratio 64
  • Rom 1:1-13, 15 65
  • Rom 15:14-16:27 82
  • Summary: The Speaker, Audience and Exigence 89
  • Speaker 89
  • Audience 91
  • Exigence 92
  • IV. Rhetorical Unit and Rhetorical Situation of Romans 9-11 95
  • Rhetorical Unit 95
  • Rhetorical Situation of Romans 9-11 97
  • Speaker 97
  • Audience 103
  • Exigence 107
  • V. Rhetorical Analysis of Romans 9-11 115
  • Arrangement of Romans 9-11 115
  • Rhetorical Species of Romans 9-11 119
  • Exordium: 9:1-5 121
  • Propositio: 9:6a 123
  • Probatio: 9:6b-11:32 125
  • Argument I 9:6b-29 125
  • I.1 Who is Israel? (9:6b-13) 125
  • I.2 Justice of God in Question (9:14-18) 126
  • I.3 Sovereignty of God (9:19-29) 127
  • Argument II 9:30-10:21 129
  • II.1 Christ the End of the Law (9:30-10:4) 130
  • II.2 No Distinction between Jew and Greek (10:5-10:13) 132
  • II.3 Israel is Responsible (10:14-21) 133
  • Argument III 11:1-11:32 135
  • III.1 God Has Not Rejected His People (11:1-10) 135
  • III.2 Purpose of Israel's Stumbling (11:11-24) 136
  • III.3 All Israel Will Be Saved (11:25-32) 137
  • Peroratio: 11:33-36 139
  • Reference Works 149
  • Ancient Texts and Translations 150
  • Commentaries on Romans 152
  • Other Monogrpahs and Articles 154.
Description
xvii, 178 p. ; 23 cm.
Dissertation Note
Dissertation (Ph. D.)--Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 149-178).
Series Statement
Dissertation series ; no. 176
Dissertation series (Society of Biblical Literature) ; no. 176
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