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Rhetorical Texture and Narrative Trajectories of the Lukan Galilean Ministry Speeches [electronic resource]: Hermeneutical Appropriation by Authorial Readers of Luke-Acts

Patrick E. Spencer
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
London ; New York : T & T Clark, c2007.
Language
English
Series
Library of New Testament Studies
T & T Clark Library of Biblical Studies
ISBN
9780567031303 (alk. paper), 0567031306 (alk. paper)
Contents
  • Part One: Current status of research and a methodical foundation
  • Understanding today's scholarly landscape : Jesus' four Lukan Galilean ministry speeches
  • A Methodological foundation for investigation : towards reading as conduction
  • Greco-Roman rhetorical argument : delineating rhetorical texture
  • Part Two: Rhetorical textures of the four Lukan Galilean ministry speeches
  • The First Galilean ministry speech (4.14-30) : hometown synagogue rejects new patronal boundaries
  • The Second Galilean ministry speech (6.17-49) : a new ethical mode of (non-reciprocal) benefaction
  • The Third Galilean ministry speech (7.24-35) : Jesus, John the Baptist, and their disciples and opponents
  • The Fourth Galilean ministry speech (Lk. 8.4-18) : sowing character taxonomies for the implied reader
  • Part Three: Narrative trajectories and hermeneutical appropriation by authorial readers
  • Rhetorical texture and narrative trajectories : generation of plot, characterization, and topoi
  • Hermeneutical appropriation by authorial readers and their ideological transformation
  • Part Four: Concluding summary : from Galilee to Rome
  • Conclusion: Rhetorical texture, narrative trajectories, and appropriation by authorial readers.
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Mode of access: World wide Web.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [206]-235) and indexes.
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