Item description for The Social World of the New Testament:: Insights and Models by Jerome H. Neyrey & Eric C. Stewart...
Overview The Social World of the New Testament surveys essential contributions made by leading scholars of the social-scientific approach to New Testament studies. Including important essays by Bruce J. Malina and John J. Pilch, among others, The Social World of the New Testament acts as a comprehensive collection of the most important essays and articles in the field. Included are topics vital to the social scientific interpretation of the New Testament.
1. Rhetorical Criticism And Social-Scientific Criticism: Why Romanticism Won't Leave Us Alone-Bruce J. Malina 2. All In The Family: Kinship In Agrarian Roman Palestine-K. C. Hanson 3. God In The Letter Of James: Patron Or Benefactor?- Alicia Batten 4. Jesus And Agrarian Palestine: The Factor Of Debt- Douglas E. Oakman 5. Ancient Mediterranean Persons In Cultural Perspective: Portrait Of Paul-Jerome H. Neyrey, SJ, And Bruce J. Malina 6. The Epistle Of James In Rhetorical And Social Scientific Perspective: Holiness-Wholeness And Patterns Of Replication-John H. Elliott 7. Loss Of Wealth, Loss Of Family, Loss Of Honor: The Cultural Context Of The Original Makarisms In Q-Jerome H. Neyrey, SJ 8. Was Jesus A Peasant: Implications For Reading The Jesus Tradition (Luke 10:30-35)-Douglas E. Oakman 9. Who Should Be Called Father? Paul Of Tarsus Between The Jewish Tradition And Patria Potestas-S. Scott Bartchy
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Studio: Hendrickson Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6" Height: 9.25" Weight: 1.14 lbs.
Release Date Nov 30, 2008
Publisher Hendrickson Publishers
ISBN 1598561286 ISBN13 9781598561289
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More About Jerome H. Neyrey & Eric C. Stewart
Jerome H. Neyrey, SJ, is professor of New Testament at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. He is widely known for his pioneering work in applying social science criticism to New Testament interpretation. As a member of the Context Group: Project on the Bible in Its Cultural Environment, Professor Neyrey is the author of several books and is a frequent contributor to scholarly journals.