Paul, John, and Apocalyptic Eschatology: Studies in Honour of Martinus C. de Boer

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Jan Krans, L.J. Lietaert Peerbolte, Peter-Ben Smit
BRILL, 15 feb. 2013 - 326 pagina's
These studies in honour of Martinus C. de Boer offer important backgrounds and new insights by leading New Testament scholars on Paul, John, and Apocalyptic Eschatology.
 

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Inhoudsopgave

The Use of the Story and the Words of Jesus in the Letters of Paul
1
28
15
Their Affinity and Historical Development
30
Under the law
48
The Rhetoric of Violence and the God of Peace in Pauls Letter to the Romans
61
Paul the Mystic
76
‹berlegungen zu den Paulusbriefen und zum Johannesevangelium
94
Johannine Rhetoric and the Audience of the Fourth Gospel
123
Seeing and Believing in John 20
169
What Authority Does the Fourth Evangelist Claim for His Book?
186
Pauls Contribution to the Hope of the Early Church
203
Reflections on Revelation 17911
218
The Development of Christian Apocalyptic Eschatology in the Early Church
238
13 The Son of Man Who is in Heaven A Plea for the Longer Text
256
Who Coined the Name Ambrosiaster?
274
Index
283

Identity and Behaviour in the Gospel of John
135
111?
151

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Over de auteur (2013)

Jan Krans, PhD VU University Amsterdam (2004), assistant Professor of NT at VU University, specializes in New Testament Textual Criticism and Erasmus Studies.

Bert Jan Lietaert Peerbolte, PhD Leiden (1995), Chair of the Department of Biblical Studies at VU University, specializes in Paul and Early Christian Apocalyptic Eschatology.

Peter-Ben Smit, PhD Bern (2005), Dr. habil. Bern (2009), ThD New York (2011), assistant professor of NT at VU University Amsterdam and professor of Early Catholic Ecclesiology and Old Catholicism at Utrecht University; among his research interests are Ecumenism and Biblical Studies.

Arie Zwiep, PhD Durham (1996), is assistant Professor of NT and Hermeneutics at VU University Amsterdam, and specializes in Luke-Acts and in Biblical Hermeneutics

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