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Book
xiv, 382 pages : facsimiles ; 25 cm.
  • Vorwort
  • Abkürzungsverzeichnis
  • Einleitung
  • Der Text
  • Die Handschrift
  • Äussere Erscheinungsform
  • Der Inhalt der Handschrift
  • Datierung und Provenienz der Handschrift
  • Latinität
  • Orthographie
  • Grammatik
  • Editionen
  • Richard Adalbert Lipsius
  • Léon Vouaux
  • Gérard Poupon
  • Otto Zwierlein
  • Die vorliegende Edition
  • Hinweise zur Benutzung der Edition
  • Der Apparat
  • Der sprachliche Kommentar
  • Die Übersetzung
  • Der Sachkommentar
  • Die griechische Parallelüberlieferung : Übersicht
  • Erläuterungen
  • Gesamtschau des Textes
  • Übersicht
  • Erläuterungen zur Gesamtschau
  • Fazit
  • Die Forschungsgeschichte ab 1891
  • Die Identität der Petrusakten und im Besonderen der Actus Vercellenses
  • Zu den Thesen von Matthew Baldwin
  • Anlage der Texte
  • Das Verhältnis der Petrusakten bzw. der Actus Vercellenses zu Häresie und Gnosis
  • Entstehungsort und -zeit
  • Ort
  • Zeit
  • Text, Übersetzung und sprachliche Anmerkungen
  • Sachkommentar
  • Schluss
  • Anhang
  • Anhang I : Griechische Paralleluberlieferung
  • Anhang II : Abbildungen
  • Literaturverzeichnis
  • Register
  • Bibelstellen
  • Pseudepigraphen, Apokryphen des Alten und Neues Testamens, Christliche Autoren
  • Sonstige antike Autoren
  • Antike Personen und Orte
  • Sachregister.
Green Library
Book
262 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Vorwort
  • Einleitung : das Alte Testament als deutsche Kolonie
  • Zur Textgattung des Metakommentars
  • Postkoloniale Rezepte : ein Vorgeschmack
  • Zur Geschichte des deutschen Kolonialismus
  • Zum Stümpern als Methode : Hegel und Haiti
  • Zur geschichtlichen Verortung um 1800
  • Die Debatte um Rassismus : Inhaltliche Beschränkung der Studie
  • Der Aufriss der Untersuchung
  • Auf dem Weg zu einer postkolonialen Wissenschafts-geschichte der Erforschung des Alten Testaments : ein Forschungsüberblick
  • Wissenschaftsgeschichte des Alten Testaments
  • Forschungsgeschichte in Theologenporträts : von Ludwig Diestels Geschichte des Alten Testaments in der christlichen Kirche (1869) zu Henning Graf Reventlows Epochen der Bibelauslegung (2001)
  • Stärker kulturwissenschaftlich geprägte Arbeiten : zur Bedeutung von Aufklärung und Moderne
  • State of The Art : Magne Sæbøs Hebrew Bible, Old Testament
  • Orientalismus und Postkolonialismus : Religionswissen-schaftliche und kulturwissenschaftliche Zugänge
  • Orientalismus und Religion : Religionsproduktive Diskurse der entstehenden Religionswissenschaft
  • Facettenreich und dynamisch : zur Struktur des deutschen Orientalismus
  • Auf dem Weg zu einer postkolonialen Religionswissenschaft
  • Zwischenfazit
  • Elemente einer selbstreflexiven Ethnologie des Abendlandes : Hinweise zur Methodik dieser Arbeit
  • Orientalismuskritik als Analyse der praktischen Arbeitsweise : im Gespräch mit der historischen Diskursanalyse
  • Begriffsgeschichtliche Analyse des kolonialen Archivs und eine Epistemologie des Ortes
  • Frontier Comparative Religion : auf den Spuren des kolonialen Emplotments der Religionsgeschichte
  • Prä-Emergenz und Nachleben : zum methodischen Umgang mit dem conceptual lock
  • Provincialising Europe in Action : Über die Herausbildung der Formationsregeln alttestamentlicher Wissenschaft im Grenzgebiet
  • Macht und Methode : die historisch-kritische Methode als Problem
  • Wissenschaft in der Kontaktzone : Über das Genre der Reisebeschreibung
  • Intellektuelle Autorität über den Orient : die Philologie als deutsche Wissenschaft par excellence und der Vorrang der Mündlichkeit
  • Kann die Subalterne dichten? Über Weltliteratur und die Taxonomie der Einbildungskraft
  • 'Deutschland? Aber wo liegt es?' Über Identitäten und Wissenslandschaften
  • Deutschland und das koloniale Phantasma
  • Die Erfindung des Alten Testaments : Neue Perspektiven
  • Der reisende Deutsche : die Reise nach Felix Arabia als Reise in die Vergangenheit
  • Exkursion ins "Glückliche Arabien"
  • "So ehrlich und unverdächtig (...) als ein gerichtliches Protocoll" : der literarische Niederschlag der Reise
  • Haftpunkt für das koloniale Phantasma : Entdeckungsreisen und der Südseemythos in der deutschsprachigen Literatur
  • Im Tropenfieber : Wissenschaftliche Entdeckungsreisen im ausgehenden 19. Jahrhundert
  • Von Authentizität und intellektueller Autorität : das Mosaische Gesetzbuch, die Judenemanzipation und das Aufkommen der Einleitung in das Alte Testament
  • Vom Reisebericht zur Gesellschaftsbeschreibung : der Niederschlag der Reiseberichte in den Schriften Johann David Michaelis
  • Das Mosaische Gesetz und das Verschwinden des einheimischen Informanten : die Idee von Mose als antikem Montesquieu
  • Johann David Michaelis und die Debatte um die bürgerliche Verbesserung der Juden (1781)
  • Die Neuerfindung der Einleitungswissenschaft bei Johann Gottfried Eichhorn, Georg Lorenz Bauer und Wilhelm Martin Leberecht De Wette
  • Die Suche nach den Ursprüngen : die biblische Genesis und das Kindheitsalter der Welt
  • Die Erzeugung kultureller Differenz : Johann Gottfried Herder, der 'Edle Wilde' und die 'Ordnung der Kulturen' um 1800
  • Der Geist des Orients als Ariadnefaden : zur mythischen Deutung der Schöpfungsberichte
  • Johann Gottfried Eichhorns Urgeschichte : die Genesis als Urkunde des Kindheitsalters der Menschheit
  • Die Schöpfungshieroglyphe Johann Gottfried Herders
  • Streit um die Gattungen des Alten Testaments und die Entwicklung einer Literaturgeschichte Israels
  • Zum Zusammenhang von Despotismus und Dichtkunst
  • Die Gattungen des Alten Testaments als 'Nationalgesänge roher Völker' und Produkt der Einbildungskraft
  • Die Sage und die Seele des Volks
  • Zum Abschluss : der deutsche Sammler und die Figur des alttestamentlichen Sammlers
  • Fazit : das Alte Testament als deutsche Kolonie
  • Literaturverzeichnis
  • Verzeichnis der genutzten Originalquellen
  • Verzeichnis der Sekundärliteratur
  • Internetquellen
  • Verzeichnis der Abkürzungen und Siglen
  • Namensregister.
Green Library
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ix, 226 pages ; 25 cm.
  • 1. Introduction / Sidnie White Crawford and Cecilia Wassén
  • 2. The apocalypse and the sage : assessing the contribution of John J. Collins to the study of apocalypticism / Matthew Goff
  • 3. A dwelling place of demons : demonology and apocalypticism in the Dead Sea Scrolls / Bennie H. Reynolds III
  • 4. End time temples in the Dead Sea Scrolls : expectations and conflict / Cecilia Wassén
  • 5. Situating the Aramaic texts from Qumran : reconsidering their language and socio-historical settings / Daniel Machiela
  • 6. The Aramaic imagination : incubating apocalyptic thought and genre in dream-visions among the Qumran Aramaic texts / Andrew B. Perrin
  • 7. Origins of evil in Genesis and the apocalyptic traditions / Ida Fröhlich
  • 8. Eschatology and time in 1 Enoch / Loren Stuckenbruck
  • 9. The ram and Qumran : the eschatological character of the ram in the animal apocalypse (1 En. 90:10-13) / Eyal Regev
  • 10. Comparative eschatology : Paul's letters and the Dead Sea Scrolls / Adela Yarbro Collins
  • 11. The end is not yet : concluding reflections / John J. Collins.
It has been over 30 years since John Collins' seminal study The Apocalyptic Imagination first came out. In this timely volume, Apocalyptic Thinking in Early Judaism: Engaging with John Collins' The Apocalyptic Imagination, leading international experts of Jewish apocalyptic critically engage with Collins' work and add to the ongoing debate with articles on current topics in the field of apocalyptic studies. The subjects include the genre and sub categories of apocalypses, demonology, the character of dream visions, the books of Enoch, the significance of Aramaic texts, and apocalyptic traditions in the Dead Sea Scrolls as well as in Paul's writings. The volume ends with Collins' response to the articles.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004358379 20180514
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272 pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm
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5. The atonement [2018]

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103 pages ; 23 cm.
How did Christ's death overcome the estrangement and condemnation of sinners before a holy God, so as to reconcile them to Him? A great variety of theories of the atonement have been offered over the centuries to make sense of the fact that Christ by his death has provided the means of reconciliation with God: ransom theories, satisfaction theories, moral influence theories, penal substitution theories, and so on. Competing theories need to be assessed by (i) their accord with biblical data and (ii) their philosophical coherence.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781108457408 20180820
Green Library
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xiii, 479 pages ; 23 cm.
"Die Studie verbindet die Frage nach der Kompatibilität von partikularen und universalen Heilsaussagen im Matthäusevangelium mit der Erkenntnis, dass die Schriften Israels der primäre und autoritative Intertext der matthäischen Gemeinde sind. Aufbauend auf der Darstellung, welche Vorstellungen des Heils für die Völker es bereits in den Schriften Israels gibt, rückt die Frage nach der matthäischen Schriftenrezeption in den Fokus, wobei neben den Schriftzitaten auch theologische Konzepte im Blick sind. Dabei ist auffällig, dass nicht allein Texte rezipiert werden, die selbst vom Heil für die Völker sprechen, sondern Begründungszusammenhänge auch über eine schriftengebundene Christologie gestützt werden. Das intertextuelle Netz erscheint weder als beliebiger Verweiskatalog noch als monokausale Begründungslinie, sondern als durchdachtes und kohärentes Ganzes. Das Heil für die Völker ist im Matthäusevangelium als durch die Schriften Israels begründet dargestellt und als ihnen gemäss entfaltet. Es ist von Anfang an mit dem Heil Israels zusammengedacht, und beide werden untrennbar aufeinander bezogen."-- Provided by publisher.
Green Library
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xvii, 536 pages ; 24 cm.
Green Library
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9, 340 pages ; 25 cm
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xvi, 159 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Acknowledgments List of Abbreviations Abstracts Contributors Foreword, by Vincent Wimbush, Founding Director of the Institute for Signifying Scriptures, USA Introduction, by Musa W. Dube, University of Botswana, Botswana and Johanna Stiebert, University of Leeds, UK Border Crossing in Diasporic Academic Space, by Musa W. Dube, University of Botswana, Botswana Of Borders, Crossings, Colours and Botswana, by Johanna Stiebert, University of Leeds, UK Part I Paddling the Bellowing Waters Away From the Margins: African Perspectives of Proverbs 31, by Mmapula D. Kebaneilwe, University of Botswana, Botswana White is Purity: Christian Imagery, Popular Culture and the Construction of Whiteness, by Katie Edwards, University of Sheffield, UK Between Resisting White and Reflecting Black: A Hong Kong Resident's Response and Perspective, by Nancy N. H. Tan, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Part II Empire and Identity Secrecy: A Postcolonial Reflection on Esther 2.10, by Tsaurayi K. Mapfeka, King's College London, UK `My Words Dropped Upon Them Like Dew': Toward Reimaging the Identity of African Biblical Interpreters, by Mark S. Aidoo, Trinity Theological Seminary, Ghana Locating African Biblical Scholarship as Another Generation of African Biblical Scholars Takes up the Work, by Gerald O. West, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Part III The Dark Heart of Biblical Scholarship: Western Readers and African Readings, by Hugh S. Pyper, University of Sheffield, UK Mwari and the Shona Bible: Colonial and Patriarchal Ideology in Translation, by Elizabeth Vengeyi, University of Bamberg, Germany The Politics of Appropriation, by Adriaan van Klinken, University of Leeds, UK Bibliography Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780567667243 20180828
There has rarely been an effort to address the missing dialogue between British and African scholars, including in regard to the role of British missionaries during the introduction ofthe Bible and Christianity to many parts of Africa. To break this silence, Musa W. Dube and Johanna Stiebert collect expressions from both emerging and established biblical scholars in the United Kingdom and (predominantly) southern African states. Divided into three sets of papers, these contributions range from the injustices of colonialism to postcolonial critical readings of texts, suppression and appropriation; each section complete with a responding essay. Questioning how well UK students understand Africancentred and generated approaches of biblical criticism, whether African scholars consider UK-centric criticism valid, and how accurately the western canon represents current UK based scholarship, these essays illustrate the trends and challenges faced in biblical studies in the two centres of study, and discusses how these questions are better answered with dialogue, rather than in isolation.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780567667243 20180828
Green Library
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xv, 195 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Early Americans claimed that they looked to "the Bible alone" for authority, but the Bible was never, ever alone. Bible Culture and Authority in the Early United States is a wide-ranging exploration of the place of the Christian Bible in America in the decades after the Revolution. Attending to both theoretical concerns about the nature of scriptures and to the precise historical circumstances of a formative period in American history, Seth Perry argues that the Bible was not a "source" of authority in early America, as is often said, but rather a site of authority: a cultural space for editors, commentators, publishers, preachers, and readers to cultivate authoritative relationships. While paying careful attention to early national bibles as material objects, Perry shows that "the Bible" is both a text and a set of relationships sustained by a universe of cultural practices and assumptions. Moreover, he demonstrates that Bible culture underwent rapid and fundamental changes in the early nineteenth century as a result of developments in technology, politics, and religious life. At the heart of the book are typical Bible readers, otherwise unknown today, and better-known figures such as Zilpha Elaw, Joseph Smith, Denmark Vesey, and Ellen White, a group that includes men and women, enslaved and free, Baptists, Catholics, Episcopalians, Methodists, Mormons, Presbyterians, and Quakers. What they shared were practices of biblical citation in writing, speech, and the performance of their daily lives. While such citation contributed to the Bible's authority, it also meant that the meaning of the Bible constantly evolved as Americans applied it to new circumstances and identities.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780691179131 20180702
Green Library
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11, 370 pages : facsimile ; 24 cm
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14, 373 pages : facsimile ; 25 cm
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xi, 182 pages; 23 cm.
  • The question of the animal
  • The first carnivorous man
  • Acts of eating
  • Political animals
  • Bodies of the beast
  • Conclusion: Animal afterlives.
Back cover: According to Genesis, humans are made in God's image while animals are not. In [this book], Hannah M. Strømmen challenges the idea that the Bible privileges humans in a straightforwardly anthropocentric manner. By building on the work of Jacques Derrida, Strømmen brings to light significant moments in the biblical archive where the lines between the divine, human, and animal are ambiguous, in texts ranging from Noah as the first carnivorous man in Genesis 9 to Revelation's beasts. Her critical engagement with the way the Bible is frequently held up as a point of blame for anthropocentrism contributes to the field of animal studies as well as to the fieldof biblical studies by looking closely at familiar biblical texts from a new theoretical and exegetical angle.
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xviii, 170 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
This book explores the concepts from Scripture for Servant leadership and compare these findings with contemporary models of servant leadership. It is an examination of Christian leadership for the contemporary world in its global and increasing secular context. Leadership studies typically view leadership externally from the results. This is a good beginning but leadership needs to also view the inside of leadership in the person of the leader. Scripture is uniquely qualified in this area since its first concern is the person who leads not just in leadership behaviors. The author uses examples from both the Old and New Testament to establish a new shepherd model of leadership that moves beyond the servant mode to the mode of caring direction. This model will provide scholars and researchers as well as leaders themselves with a way of leading that overcomes negative forms of leadership which lead to failure.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319895680 20180828
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v, 193 pages ; 22 cm.
  • Chapter 1: Ethics, Leadership, and Ethical Leadership Chapter 2: Reconnecting Ethics and Theology Chapter 3: Biblical Theology Chapter 4: Creation: Human Beings and Leadership Chapter 5: Cross and Christ: Faithfulness and Effectiveness in Leadership Chapter 6: Climax: Eschatology and the Aim of Leadership Chapter 7: Culture and Ethical Leadership.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319750422 20180709
This book argues that ethical leadership without a theological foundation is lacking a firm foundation. It begins with a critical assessment of ethical leadership as a leadership theory, showing how ethics and theology became separated, creating the space for ethical leadership outside of theology. Nevertheless, the author argues that ethical leadership without a biblical basis is weak, though one need not be religious to embrace the leadership principles of biblical theology. Unfolding Christology, anthropology, eschatology, and contextualized leadership as four key aspects of biblical theology for ethical leadership, this book will appeal to those studying leadership, business, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319750422 20180709
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xxxiv, 935 pages ; 25 cm
Green Library
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xix, 545 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Preface Abbreviations List of Contributors Part 1: General Topics 1 The Pen of Scribes: Writing, Textuality, and the Book of Jeremiah Mark Leuchter 2 Jeremiah Among the Prophets Marvin A. Sweeney 3 Jeremiah - "The Prophet Like Moses"? Georg Fischer Part 2: Issues in Interpretation 4 Jeremiah at Mizpah of Benjamin (Tell en-Nasbeh): The Archaeological Setting Jeffrey R. Zorn 5 Messianic Expectations in the Book of Jeremiah? The Productive Memory of David Bob Becking 6 Sagacious Divine Judgment: Jeremiah's Use of Proverbs to Construct an Ethos and Ethics of Divine Epistemology Samuel E. Balentine 7 Structure in the Confessions of Jeremiah Catherine Sze Wing So 8 Reconsidering the "New Covenant" in Jeremiah 31:31-34 Magnar Kartveit 9 Yet Another New Covenant: Jeremiah's Use of Deuteronomy and / in the Book of Consolation Amanda R. Morrow and John F. Quant 10 The Rechabites in the Book of Jeremiah and Their Historical Roots in Israel Herbert B. Huffmon 11 Language and Rhetoric in Jeremiah's Foreign Nation Oracles Jack R. Lundbom 12 What Is Israel's God Up To among the Nations? Jeremiah 46, 48, and 49 Paul R. Raabe Part 3: Textual Transmission and Reception History 13 The Text of Jeremiah (MT and LXX) Andrew G. Shead 14 Texts of Jeremiah in the Qumran Library Armin Lange 15 Jeremiah in Jesus and the New Testament Craig A. Evans 16 Jeremiah in Targum Robert Hayward 17 Jeremiah in the Peshitta Gillian Greenberg 18 Jeremiah in the Old Testament Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha Sean A. Adams 19 Jeremiah and His Book in Josephus's Writings Michael Avioz 20 Jeremiah in the Latin David L. Everson 21 Medieval Christian Interpretation of the Book of Jeremiah Joy A. Schroeder Part 4: Jeremiah and Theology 22 Jeremiah as Mediator of the Covenant Jack R. Lundbom 23 Jeremiah's God Has a Past, a Present, and a Future Terence E. Fretheim 24 God and Place in Jeremiah David Reimer Indices Index of Scripture and Other Ancient Writings Index of Modern Authors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004373266 20180924
Written by leading experts in the field, The Book of Jeremiah: Composition, Reception, and Interpretation offers a wide-ranging treatment of the main aspects of Jeremiah. Its twenty-four essays fall under four main sections. The first section contains studies of a more general nature, and helps situate Jeremiah in the scribal culture of the ancient world, as well as in relation to the Torah and the Hebrew Prophets. The second section contains commentary on and interpretation of specific passages (or sections) of Jeremiah, as well as essays on its genres and themes. The third section contains essays on the textual history and reception of Jeremiah in Judaism and Christianity. The final section explores various theological aspects of the book of Jeremiah.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004373266 20180924
Green Library
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xiii, 561 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
This book, The Book of Samuel, in its present Part I, provides an inter-disciplinary interpretation of David's story and history included in the chapters from 1 Samuel 17 to 2 Samuel 20. Its main thesis is that two scribes, one after the other, composed the book - the first in the early years of King Solomon, and the second in Solomon's last years. -- Publisher.
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xii, 280 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Preface
  • Notes and abbreviations
  • Introduction : what is "justifying"?
  • Basic data and their interpretations
  • Justification as biblical legal language
  • Interpretive disagreements about the language of "justifying"
  • Acquitting the guilty
  • Acquittal, qualified
  • Covenantal declaration unto vindication
  • God's case and God's vindication
  • Legal redefined
  • Seeking an answer : the present study
  • "Justifying" as a conceptualization of divine activity
  • Approaching justification in Paul
  • On sources
  • Analyzing the language : focus on the verb
  • Limitations and relevance
  • The plan of the coming chapters
  • Quotidian contexts of justifying
  • Bilateral contentions
  • Dynamics and vocabulary
  • ... in bilateral contentions
  • Jacob vs. his brothers (Gen 44.16)
  • Tamar vs. Judah (Gen 38.26)
  • Trilateral contentions
  • Dynamics and vocabulary
  • ... in trilateral contentions
  • Conclusion
  • Theological contexts of justifying : bilateral contentions
  • God's contentions with his people
  • ... in God's contentions
  • Statements of non-justification
  • The Plight and promise of contending with God
  • Confession and doxologies of judgment
  • Conclusion
  • Theological contexts of justifying : trilateral contentions
  • God's judgment for his people against opponents
  • ... in Israel's contentions against foes
  • Israel's vindication after judgment
  • Isaiah's justified servant
  • Conclusion
  • Approaching Paul
  • Summary : "justifying" in contention-scenarios
  • Theological bilateral contentions
  • Theological trilateral contentions
  • Interrelated contentions
  • Traditio-historical observations : judaism and early christianity
  • Conclusion
  • Justifying in 1 Corinthians
  • Justification and final judgment (1 Cor 4.4)
  • Justification and Baptism (1 Cor 6.11)
  • Conclusion
  • Justifying in Galatians
  • Justification as an assumption in Galatians
  • Justification and antioch
  • Paul's Antiochene "We"
  • What "we" knew
  • Justification's continued assumption in Galatians
  • Determining justifying in Galatians
  • Sketching the assumed content of "justifying" in 2.16
  • Justification a covenantal declaration?
  • Evidence from the rest of Galatians
  • Justification redefined?
  • Conclusion
  • Justifying in Romans
  • Justification and God's charge against sin (Rom 1.18-3.20)
  • The divine contention
  • God's judgment and God's wrath : the bilateral contention
  • Paul's prophetic charge on God's behalf
  • Justification to the doers (Rom 2.13)
  • Paul's doxology of judgment (Rom 3.4)
  • The cosmos under God's judgment (Rom 3.20)
  • Justification for the ungodly (Rom 3.21-5.11)
  • Justification and forgiveness (Rom 3.21-4.25)
  • Justification and Christ's death
  • Justification and the "non-reckoning" of sin
  • Justification and reconciliation (Rom 5.1-11)
  • Vindication for Christ and those in Christ (Rom 5.12-8.39)
  • Christ's justification as his vindication in resurrection (Rom 6.7)
  • Standard options for "justified from sin"
  • The christological reading of ...
  • Christ's justification as his vindication over against sin
  • Vindication for those in Christ
  • The place(s) of believers within God's conflict
  • Vindication for God's own in Christ (8.30, 33)
  • Conclusion
  • Conclusions
  • Works cited
  • Index of ancient sources
  • Index of authors
  • Index of subjects.
Green Library
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x, 192 pages ; 24 cm.
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