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History and Interpretation in New Testament Perspective

by E. Earle Ellis
Format
Book
Published
Leiden [The Netherlands] ; Boston : Brill, 2001.
Language
English
Series
Biblical Interpretation Series
ISBN
9004120262 (alk. paper)
Contents
  • I. Historical-Literary Criticism--After Two Hundred Years 1
  • Origins 1
  • Aberrations 3
  • Necessity and Contribution of Historical Criticism 10
  • Limitations 14
  • II. Pseudonymity And Canonicity of New Testament Documents 17
  • Views of the Baur Tradition 18
  • Attitudes Toward Pseudepigrapha in Antiquity 22
  • Apostolic Authority in the First-Century Church 24
  • Deceptive Character of Apostolic Pseudepigrapha 25
  • III. Dating The New Testament 31
  • Historical Evidence for Dating New Testament Books 32
  • Early Literary Criticism 38
  • Twentieth-Century Developments and Critique 44
  • IV. 'The End of the Earth' (Acts 1:8) 53
  • Use of the Phrase in Acts 53
  • Use of the Phrase in Classical Writings 56
  • Connotation of the Phrase in Acts 58
  • Implications for the Dating of Acts 60
  • V. Origin and Composition of the Pastoral Epistles 65
  • Canonicity and Authorship 65
  • Occasion and Date 71
  • Historical Setting 75
  • Composition: Literary Criticism 77
  • Themes 82
  • VI. Paul and His Co-Workers Revisited 85
  • Long Term Co-Workers 85
  • Four Frequent Designations 87
  • Other Categories of Co-Workers 92
  • Classification of Co-Workers' Activities 95
  • VII. Interpretation of the Bible Within The Bible Itself 99
  • Character of New Testament Usage 99
  • Presuppositions of New Testament Interpretation 112
  • VIII. How Jesus Interpreted His Bible 121
  • Bible Received by Jesus 121
  • Jesus' Attitude Toward His Bible 122
  • Jesus' Principles of Biblical Interpretation 126
  • IX. Preformed Traditions and Their Implications for the Origins of Pauline Christology 133
  • Making of the New Testament Documents 134
  • Implications of Preformed Traditions for the Authorships and Dates of the Letters 142
  • Implications of Preformed Traditions for Pauline Christology 144.
Description
xvi, 177 p. ; 25 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Series Statement
Biblical interpretation series, 0928-0731 ; v. 54
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    g| I. t| Historical-Literary Criticism--After Two Hundred Years g| 1 -- t| Origins g| 1 -- t| Aberrations g| 3 -- t| Necessity and Contribution of Historical Criticism g| 10 -- t| Limitations g| 14 -- g| II. t| Pseudonymity And Canonicity of New Testament Documents g| 17 -- t| Views of the Baur Tradition g| 18 -- t| Attitudes Toward Pseudepigrapha in Antiquity g| 22 -- t| Apostolic Authority in the First-Century Church g| 24 -- t| Deceptive Character of Apostolic Pseudepigrapha g| 25 -- g| III. t| Dating The New Testament g| 31 -- t| Historical Evidence for Dating New Testament Books g| 32 -- t| Early Literary Criticism g| 38 -- t| Twentieth-Century Developments and Critique g| 44 -- g| IV. t| 'The End of the Earth' (Acts 1:8) g| 53 -- t| Use of the Phrase in Acts g| 53 -- t| Use of the Phrase in Classical Writings g| 56 -- t| Connotation of the Phrase in Acts g| 58 -- t| Implications for the Dating of Acts g| 60 -- g| V. t| Origin and Composition of the Pastoral Epistles g| 65 -- t| Canonicity and Authorship g| 65 -- t| Occasion and Date g| 71 -- t| Historical Setting g| 75 -- t| Composition: Literary Criticism g| 77 -- t| Themes g| 82 -- g| VI. t| Paul and His Co-Workers Revisited g| 85 -- t| Long Term Co-Workers g| 85 -- t| Four Frequent Designations g| 87 -- t| Other Categories of Co-Workers g| 92 -- t| Classification of Co-Workers' Activities g| 95 -- g| VII. t| Interpretation of the Bible Within The Bible Itself g| 99 -- t| Character of New Testament Usage g| 99 -- t| Presuppositions of New Testament Interpretation g| 112 -- g| VIII. t| How Jesus Interpreted His Bible g| 121 -- t| Bible Received by Jesus g| 121 -- t| Jesus' Attitude Toward His Bible g| 122 -- t| Jesus' Principles of Biblical Interpretation g| 126 -- g| IX. t| Preformed Traditions and Their Implications for the Origins of Pauline Christology g| 133 -- t| Making of the New Testament Documents g| 134 -- t| Implications of Preformed Traditions for the Authorships and Dates of the Letters g| 142 -- t| Implications of Preformed Traditions for Pauline Christology g| 144.
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