Word Biblical Commentary / by Richard N. Longenecker ; gen. edit. Hubbard Glen W. Barker ; edit. Old Testement John D. W. Watts ; edit. New Testement Ralph P. Martin , Vol. 41, Galatians

Main Author: Longenecker, R. N., 1930-, Richard NormanCoauthor: Hubbard, D. A., 1927-1996, David Allen;Barker, G. W., 1921-2013, Glen W.Secondary Author: Watts, J. D. W., 1921-2013, John Drayton Williams;Martin, R. P., 1925-2013, Ralph Philip Language: англійська.Country: СПОЛУЧЕНІ ШТАТИ АМЕРИКИ.Publication: Dallas, Tex. : Word Books, ©1990Description: cxx, 323 p.ISBN: 0-8499-0240-1.Contents note: Editorial Preface -- ix Author's Preface -- x Abbreviations -- xiii Commentary Bibliography -- xxix General Bibliography -- xxx Introduction -- xli The Impact of Galatians on Christian Thought and Action -- xlii Authorship -- lvii Addressees -- lxi Date -- lxxii Opponents and Situation -- lxxxviii Epistolary and Rhetorical Structures -- c Text and Commentary I. Salutation (1:1-5) -- 1 II. Rebuke Section (Forensic Rhetoric Prominent) (1:6-4:11) -- 11 A. Occasion for Writing/Issues at Stake (Exordium) (1:6-10) -- 12 B. Autobiographical Statements in Defense (Narratio) (1:11-2:14) -- 20 -- 20 -- 25 -- 35 -- 43 -- 62 -- 65 C. The Proposition of Galatians (Propositio) (2:15-21) -- 81 D. Arguments in Support (Probatio) (3:1-4:11) -- 97 -- 98 -- 110 -- 135 -- 177 III. Request Section (Deliberative Rhetoric Prominent) (4:12-6:10) -- 184 A. Exhortations against the Judaizing Threat (Exhortatio, Parti) (4:12-5:12) -- 186 -- 187 -- 197 -- 200 -- 220 B. Exhortations against Libertine Tendencies (Exhortatio, Part II) (5:13-6:10) -- 235 -- 237 -- 248 -- 267 IV. Subscription (6:11-18) -- 285 Indexes -- 302 Abstract: The Word Biblical Commentary delivers the best in biblical scholarship, from the leading scholars of our day who share a commitment to Scripture as divine revelation. This series emphasizes a thorough analysis of textual, linguistic, structural, and theological evidence. The result is judicious and balanced insight into the meanings of the text in the framework of biblical theology. These widely acclaimed commentaries serve as exceptional resources for the professional theologian and instructor, the seminary or university student, the working minister, and everyone concerned with building theological understanding from a solid base of biblical scholarship..Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index.. Item type: Книги
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Editorial Preface ix Author's Preface x Abbreviations xiii Commentary Bibliography xxix General Bibliography xxx Introduction xli The Impact of Galatians on Christian Thought and Action xlii Authorship lvii Addressees lxi Date lxxii Opponents and Situation lxxxviii Epistolary and Rhetorical Structures c Text and Commentary I. Salutation (1:1-5) 1 II. Rebuke Section (Forensic Rhetoric Prominent) (1:6-4:11) 11 A. Occasion for Writing/Issues at Stake (Exordium) (1:6-10) 12 B. Autobiographical Statements in Defense (Narratio) (1:11-2:14) 20 1. Thesis Statement (1:11-12) 20 2. Early Life, Conversion, and Commission (1:13-17) 25 3. First Visit to Jerusalem (1:18-24) 35 4. Second Visit to Jerusalem (2:1-10) 43 5. The Antioch Episode (2:11-14) 62 Excursus: Antioch on the Orontes 65 C. The Proposition of Galatians (Propositio) (2:15-21) 81 D. Arguments in Support (Probatio) (3:1-4:11) 97 1. Righteousness Apart from the Law: Against Legalism (3:1-18) 98 Excursus: Abraham’s Faith and Faithfulness in feuhsh Writings and in Paul 110 2. The Believer’s Life not “under Law” But “in Christ”: Against Nomism (3:19-4:7) 135 3. Paul’s Concern for the Galatians (4:8-11) 177 III. Request Section (Deliberative Rhetoric Prominent) (4:12-6:10) 184 A. Exhortations against the Judaizing Threat (Exhortatio, Parti) (4:12-5:12) 186 1. Personal Appeals (4:12-20) 187 2. The Hagar-Sarah Allegory (4:21-31) 197 Excursus: The Hagar-Sarah Story in Jewish Writings and in Paul 200 3. Holding Fast to Freedom (5:1-12) 220 B. Exhortations against Libertine Tendencies (Exhortatio, Part II) (5:13-6:10) 235 1. Life Directed by Love, Service to Others, and the Spirit (5:13-18) 237 2. The Works of the Flesh and the Fruit of the Spirit (5:19-26) 248 3. Doing Good to All (6:1-10) 267 IV. Subscription (6:11-18) 285 Indexes 302

The Word Biblical Commentary delivers the best in biblical scholarship, from the leading scholars of our day who share a commitment to Scripture as divine revelation. This series emphasizes a thorough analysis of textual, linguistic, structural, and theological evidence. The result is judicious and balanced insight into the meanings of the text in the framework of biblical theology. These widely acclaimed commentaries serve as exceptional resources for the professional theologian and instructor, the seminary or university student, the working minister, and everyone concerned with building theological understanding from a solid base of biblical scholarship.

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