Item description for The Pastoral Letters as Composite Documents (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series) by James D. Miller, Miller James D. & John Court...
Overview The authorship of the Pastoral Letters has long been a matter of intense scholarly debate. The arguments have centered on the question of whether Paul or a gifted pseudonymist composed these letters. Dr. Miller argues against both these positions, suggesting that no single author can be held responsible for much of this material. He takes the reader on a wide-ranging tour of biblical and extra-biblical sources, examining their literary histories, and concludes that the Pastorals are composite documents based on brief, but genuine, Pauline notes, written to Timothy and Titus.
Publishers Description The authorship of the Pastoral Letters has been a matter of intense scholarly debate for almost two hundred years. The letters clearly purport to be written by Paul, but perceived differences in the literary style, vocabulary and theology of the Pastorals when compared with that of the genuine Pauline letters suggests that this was not so. The arguments have centred primarily on the question of whether Paul or a disciple of Paul a gifted pseudonymist composed these letters. It is the either/or nature of the debate that is brought into serious question in this book. Dr Miller argues that the Pastorals reflect a compositional history that was commonplace throughout the ancient Near East. He takes the reader on a wide-ranging tour of biblical and extra-biblical sources, examining their literary histories, and arguing that the Pastorals are composite documents, not unlike many Jewish and early Christian works.
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Studio: Cambridge University Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.69" Weight: 0.97 lbs.
Release Date Apr 8, 2004
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Series Society For New Testament Studie
Series Number 93
ISBN 0521560489 ISBN13 9780521560481
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More About James D. Miller, Miller James D. & John Court
Jim has been in the IBM Cognos TM1 consulting practice since 2004 with a primary focus on architectural design, development and implementation of business performance management projects from inception through implementation, including the "Rapid Assessment and Design (RAD)" process, full-scale system design, including project management, technical leadership, evaluations and team building. Jim has over 30 years of relevant business management, systems design and implementation, data rationalization, and proven project delivery experience. Key roles have been Senior Solutions Architect, Project Manager, Team and Technical Leader and Mentor. Jim has also spent time as a technical instructor and trainer. Jim currently owns the following IBM certifications: IBM Certified Developer - Cognos TM1 (perfect score 100% on exam), IBM Certified Business Analyst - Cognos TM1, IBM Cognos TM1 Master 385 Certification (perfect score 100% on exam) and IBM Certified Advanced Solution Expert - Cognos TM1.
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