Understanding Paul's Ethics: Twentieth Century Approaches

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Brian S. Rosner
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1995 - 377 Seiten
This introduction to the study of Paul's ethics collects fourteen essays by notable scholars which, with commentary to the editor, illumine the origin, context, social dimension, shape, logic, foundations, and relevance of Paul's ethics.
 

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The Old Testament in the Pauline Letters and in the Pauline Churches
27
The Question of the Content of Pauls Instructions
51
THE CONTEXT OF PAULINE ETHICS
73
THE SOCIAL DIMENSION OF PAULINE ETHICS
75
Civil Litigation in Secular Corinth and the Church The Forensic Background to 1 Corinthians 618
85
THE SOCIAL DIMENSION OF PAULINE ETHICS
105
The Strong and the Weak in Corinth A Sociological Analysis of a Theological Quarrel
107
The Beginnings of Church Discipline 1 Corinthians 5
129
Being Precedes Act Indicative and Imperative in Pauls Writing
217
THE FOUNDATIONS OF PAULINE ETHICS
249
The Church in Everyday Life
251
How Paul Developed His Ethics
267
THE RELEVANCE OF PAULINE ETHICS
299
The Formal Ethical Interpretation of Pauline Paraenesis
301
New Testament Social Ethics for Today
337
Seven Questions for Pauls Ethics
351

THE SHAPE OF PAULINE ETHICS
153
Moral Teaching The Existence and Contents of the Ways
155
Code and Context A Few Reflections on the Parenesis of Col 3641
177
THE LOGIC OF PAULINE ETHICS
193
The Problem of Ethics in Paul
195
Suggestions for Further Study
361
Index of Pauline References
363
Index of Modern Authors
372
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