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Mark D. Nanos (PhD, University of St. Andrews) is the author of The Mystery of Romans: The Jewish Context of Paul's Letter, which won the National Jewish Book Award for Jewish-Christian Relations. He also wrote The Irony of Galatians: Paul's Letter in First-Century Context and has contributed mostra'n més essays to various collected works. mostra'n menys

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NO OF PAGES: 435 SUB CAT I: Commentary SUB CAT II: Apostalic Writings SUB CAT III: Paul DESCRIPTION: In this commentary on the book of Romans, Nanos seeks to portray Paul as thoroughly Jewish, even to the point of willing to give his life in the place of the Jewish people in the tradition of Moses to ensure their irrevocable stature as God's beloved for whom restoration is certain. He would like to provide the reader of Paul with a new lens for viewing him and his message to Rome, an historical Jewish context that Nanos hopes will lead to the reconsideration of his intentions and message.NOTES: SUBTITLE: The Jewish Context of Paul's Letter… (més)
BeitHallel | Feb 18, 2011 |
NO OF PAGES: 517 SUB CAT I: New Testament Study SUB CAT II: Commentary SUB CAT III: DESCRIPTION: Students and scholars reading the secondary literature on Galatians must often negotiate specialized language and complex lines of argument. In addition to the theological jargon that characterizes discussion of Galatians, one now encounters a significant amount of rhetorical and social historical terminology and the reader's familiarity with this specialized language is increasingly assumed. This volume is designed to help facilitate familiarity with the contemporary issues central to the interpretation of Galatians and to present examples of the prevailing points of view as well as some recent challenges to them. The essays included explore the rhetorical and epistolary approaches to examining Galatians, comprise a comprehensive introduction to significant research in the field, and represent some of the best work available. Mark Nanos offers an introduction and glossary of terms for students beginning their study and a comprehensive volume bibliography and modern author and ancient sources index for those who are continuing on to further study. This collection of essays will serve to stimulate deeper insight, to further productive research, and to facilitate lively debate for many years to come.NOTES: Donated by Gary & Angie Springer, during the first BH book drive. SUBTITLE:… (més)
BeitHallel | Feb 18, 2011 |
NO OF PAGES: 376 SUB CAT I: Paul SUB CAT II: First Century Judaism SUB CAT III: DESCRIPTION: After taking on traditional interpretations of Romans in The Mystery of Romans, Nanos now turns his attention to the Letter to the Galatians. A primary voice in reclaiming Paul in his Jewish context, Nanos challenges the previously dominant views of Paul as rejecting his Jewish heritage and the Law. Where Paul?s rhetoric has been interpreted to be its most anti-Jewish, Nanos instead demonstrates the implications of an intra-Jewish reading. He explores the issues of purity; insiders/outsiders; the character of ?the gospel?; the relationship between groups of Christ-followers in Jerusalem, Antioch, and Galatia; and evil-eye accusations.NOTES: Donated by Dan & Debbie DeVelde during the first BH book drive. SUBTITLE: Paul's Letter in First-Century Context… (més)
BeitHallel | Mar 23, 2011 |


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