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Letter hermeneutics in 2 Corinthians

studies in Literarkritik and communication theory
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T & T Clark International , London, New York
Bible. N.T. Corinthians, 2nd -- Criticism, interpretation, etc., Bible. N.T. Corinthians, 2nd -- Hermeneutics., Communication -- Religious aspects -- Christia
StatementEve-Marie Becker ; translated by Helen S. Heron.
SeriesJournal for the study of the New Testament., 279
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LC ClassificationsBS2675.52 .B4313 2004
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 211 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3378593M
ISBN 100567083276
LC Control Number2004484427
OCLC/WorldCa57201089

Having presented a brief history of research on 2 Corinthians, Eve-Marie Becker outlines the process of Paul's communication with the Corinthian community and considers letter-production and letter-reception at the time.

She develops a "literary-historical" model for reconstructing the original separate letters (; ; ; ) which Letter hermeneutics in 2 Corinthians book later compiled to form the. Having presented a brief history of research on 2 Corinthians, Eve-Marie Becker outlines the process of Paul's communication with the Corinthian community and considers letter-production and letter-reception at the time.

She develops a 'literary-historical' model for reconstructing the original separate letters (; ; 8 - 9; 10 - 13) which were later compiled to form the Pages: There is a thorough exegesis of those parts of 2 Corinthians in which Paul formulates aspects of his hermeneutics, based on the theory of letter-hermeneutics and on the results of the "literary-historical" reconstruction of the original form of 2 by: 1.

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There is a thorough exegesis of those parts of 2 Corinthians in which Letter hermeneutics in 2 Corinthians book formulates aspects of his hermeneutics, based on the theory of letter-hermeneutics and on the results of the "literary-historical" reconstruction of the original form of 2 : Eve-Marie Becker.

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There is a thorough exegesis of those parts of 2 Corinthians in which Paul formulates aspects of his hermeneutics, based on the theory of letter-hermeneutics and on the results of the "literary-historical" reconstruction of the original form of 2 Corinthians.

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This is based on the theory of letter-hermeneutics and on the results of the "literary-historical" reconstruction of the original form of 2 Corinthians. There is also an examination of the reception and interpretation of 2 Corinthians in the early church. Paul's Letters to a Troubled Church: 1 & 2 Corinthians By Dr.

Bob Utley, retired professor of hermeneutics (Biblical interpretation) 1 Corinthians 3 1 Corinthians 11 2 Corinthians 3 2 Corinthians 10 The first principle is to note the historical setting in which a biblical book was written and the particularFile Size: 1MB. The Blue Letter Bible ministry and the BLB Institute hold to the historical, conservative Christian faith, which includes a firm belief in the inerrancy of Scripture.

Since the text and audio content provided by BLB represent a range of evangelical traditions, all of the ideas and principles conveyed in the resource materials are not.

""Anthony Thiselton has time and again demonstrated himself to be a master of integrative Christian thinking at the highest level. In this most welcome volume he applies his extraordinary abilities in the service of down-to-earth, pastoral reflection on Paul's most pastoral letter, bringing the best of contemporary scholarship on 2 Corinthians to bear on life in the Author: Anthony C Thiselton.

2 Corinthians –a Paul’s Rebuttal of His Rivals’ Charges Text and Its Structure (–a) H aving worked to reconcile with the Corinthians (2 Cor 1–7) and get them to participate in the gift for Jerusalem (2 Cor 8–9), Paul ends his letter with a harsh rebuttal against the accusations of some opponents (2 Cor 10–13).

Eve-Marie Becker, Letter Hermeneutics in 2 Corinthians. Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement Series Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement Series Edinburgh: Continuum International Publishing Group - T & T Clark, Rather, the letter that Paul is speaking of here is not ink on a page or chiselings in rock.

Verses 2 and 3 of this chapter tell us what the "letter" is. Paul defines it himself. 2 Corinthians The Scriptures + (1) Are we to begin to recommend ourselves again. Or do we need, as some, letters of recommendation to you, or from you. Paul's Covenantal Contrasts in 2 Corinthians 63 historical background and argument of the epistle.

Attention will focus on the contrast between the letter and the spirit in verse 6. THE BACKGROUND OF 2 CORINTHIANS Paul's concern for his third visit to Corinth provided the occasion for the letter of 2 Size: KB. She defines - by means of linguistics and communication theory - the central theoretical elements for Pauline letter-hermeneutics.

There is a thorough exegesis of those parts of 2 Corinthians in which Paul formulates aspects of his hermeneutics, based on the theory of letter-hermeneutics and on the results of the "literary-historical Author: Eve-Marie Becker.

2 Corinthians 8–9 is considered from literary-critical, sociological, and theological perspectives in Part II of the volume. Eve-Marie Becker builds on her earlier study of the ‘letter hermeneutics’ of 2 Corinthians and offers an overview of the debate about the relation of those chapters to the epistolary argument and the Pauline : Sean F.

Winter. 2 Corinthians 3 (Echoes, ) as my dialogue partner in examin- ing the argument of 2 Cor – and its potential implications for hermeneutics.

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Hays is certainly right to suggest the hermeneutical potential of 2 Corinthians 3. Historically, such issues have been repeatedly stirred.

Hermeneutics is the science of interpretation of the Scriptures. Names and Titles of the Scriptures I. DESIGNATIONS: A. The Bible (most familiar). From the Greek, “ta biblia”, meaning, the Books.

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Unity—66 books, yet ONE. THE Book. Psalm and Hebrews —”Then said I, Lo, I come, in the volume of the book it is. Jeremy Punt says in 'Paul and Post-Colonial Hermeneutics'(ibid, page ), Deuteronomy is quoted in 2 Corinthians in support of Paul's warning concerning his upcoming visit to Corinth.

He intended the references to show beyond. Romans 1 Corinthians 2 Corinthians Galatians Ephesians Philippians Colossians 1/2 Thessalonians Pastoral Epistles Philemon: Hebrews James 1 Peter 2 Peter/Jude Johannine Epistles Revelation: Backgrounds; NT Primary Source Material NT Canon NT Criticism NT Textual Criticism NT Hermeneutics NT Introductions NT Theology NT Theological Dictionaries.

In this light, she further suggests that Paul becomes the inaugurator and defender of a hermeneutics of both clarity and obscurity, proposing a sliding ‘veil scale’ (à la 2 Corinthians 3) between absolute clarity and total obscurity of the biblical text, the Corinthian experience, Paul's body, or his letters (chapter 4).Author: David Lincicum.

The question that Paul set before the ancient church in Corinth - Do you not recognize that Jesus Christ is in and among you. (2 Cor ) - remains a critical question for the church today. This commentary by Mark Seifrid seeks to hear Paul's message afresh and communicate it to our d offers a unified reading of 2 Corinthians, which has often been regarded as a 5/5(2).

For instance, in 1 CorinthiansPaul wrote, “I wrote you in my letter not to associate with immoral people.” Everyone agrees that Paul had a letter exchange before 1 Corinthians that is now lost.

Therefore, some evangelical scholars claim that a missing letter before 2 Corinthians is another case of a lost letter.

Biblical Hermeneutics and Headship in First Corinthians by Edwin Reynolds, Ph.D. The task I was assigned was to consider the headship passages in 1 Cor 11 and 14 in the light of the “Methods of Bible Study” document (MBSD),1 which has been taken as the funda.

Exactly what Luke did with Paul during this time is debated: "St. Jerome thinks it is most likely that St. Luke is 'the brother, whose praise is in the gospel through all the churches' (2 Corinthians ), and that he was one of the bearers of the letter to Corinth" (Knight, ).

“In a fresh examination [of 2 Corinthians] what is needed first is a detailed and careful analysis of the chapters in order to find out whether they in fact can be related to letter categories known from other ancient epistolary literature, that is, whether their literary form, internal composition, argumentative rhetoric, and function can be shown to be that of independent epistolary.

2 Corinthians and The Church’s Relationship to the New Covenant George Gunn, Shasta Bible College Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics Baptist Bible Seminary, Clarks Summit, PA, SeptemberWho also made us adequate as servants of a new covenant, not of the letter but of the Spirit; for the letter kills, but the Spirit gives Size: KB.

Lecture 4: Ten Steps for Exegesis (Part 1) Navigation. Lecture 1: Introduction to Hermeneutics (Part 1) that is the immediate life situation in which the book or letter arose. Paul’s letter to the Corinthians, let us just take that as another example, Paul’s letter to the Corinthians was written in the ancient near eastern Greco-Roman.().

Acts states that Paul had come to Greece and stayed there for three months, and 2 Corinthians10 suggest that Paul stayed at Corinth whenever he went to Greece. Therefore, Paul probably wrote the letter in Corinth This is also suggested by Paul’s commendation of Phoebe () who lived in Cenchrea which isFile Size: 46KB.In 2 Corinthians, Paul does not use the participle related to dikaioō, though he frequently utilizes it in Romans and Galatians.

We should not assume the same line of thought in 2 Corinthians as in Romans and Galatians. Richard Hays () states: Paul “does not say ‘that we might receive the righteousness of God.’ Instead, the.