Item description for The Intertexture of Apocalyptic Discourse in the New Testament (Symposium Series (Society of Biblical Literature)) by Duane F. Watson...
The essays in this volume identify apocalyptic discourse in the New Testament and examine its intertexture, that is, what the apocalyptic discourse represents, refers to, and uses of phenomena outside itself. Intertexture includes references in the Hebrew Bible, intertestamental texts, and Greco-Roman literature, as well as related social and cultural phenomena. Contributors identify the biblical writer's selection and use of the intertextural references in argumentative strategies in apocalyptic discourse. They identify topics and argumentation that might be distinctive to apocalyptic discourse, refining the definition of the apocalyptic genre and determining more precisely the social and cultural placement of early Christianity. This volume arises out of a special session of the Rhetoric and the New Testament Section of the Society of Biblical Literature 1999 Annual Meeting. The contributors to the volume are include L. Gregory Bloomquist, David A. deSilva, James D. Hester, Edith M. Humphrey, B. J. Oropeza, Vernon K. Robbins, Russell B. Sisson, Wesley Hiram Wachob, and Duane F. Watson. Paperback edition is available from the Society of Biblical Literature (www.sbl-site.org).
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Studio: Society of Biblical Literature
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6" Height: 8.75" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2002
Publisher Society of Biblical Literature
ISBN 1589830415 ISBN13 9781589830417
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More About Duane F. Watson
Duane F. Watson (PhD, Duke University) is professor of New Testament studies at Malone College in Canton, Ohio, and is the editor of several books, including "Reading Second Peter with New Eyes." Terrance Callan (PhD, Yale University) is the dean of special studies at the Athenaeum of Ohio in Cincinnati, Ohio, and has published several books, including "The Origins of Christian Faith."