1 and 2 Thessalonians Through the Centuries
Blackwell Bible Commentaries
1. Auflage November 2010
336 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
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This unique commentary on Paul's early letters by anoutstanding New Testament specialist, provides a broad range oforiginal perspectives of how people have interpreted, and beeninfluenced by, Paul's first two letters.
* Addresses questions concerning the content, setting, andauthenticity of the two Thessalonian letters, drawing on responsesfrom leading scholars, poets, hymn writers, preachers, theologians,and biblical scholars throughout the ages
* Offers new insights into issues they raise concerning feministbiblical interpretation.
* Provides a history of two-way influences, as exemplified byUlrich Luz, Hans Robert Jauss, and Hans-Georg Gadamer
* Written by Anthony Thiselton, a leading commentator on theGreek New Testament
Series Editors' Preface
Abbreviations and acknowledgements
1. The Aims of Reception History or Reception Theory
2. The Situation and Substance of 1 Thessalonians
3. The City of Thessalonica
4. Traditional and Nineteenth Century Arguments about theAuthenticity of 2 Thessalonians and their Criticism
5. The Situation and Substance of 2 Thessalonians
Commentary on 1 Thessalonians
Commentary on 2 Thessalonians
Biographies of Writers Through the Centuries
Bibliography of Primary Sources
Bibliography of Secondary Sources
--Stanley E. Porter, President and Dean, andProfessor of New Testament, McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton,Ontario, Canada
"With an uncanny grasp of the "afterlife" of 1 and 2Thessalonians, Anthony Thiselton demonstrates why it is crucialthat we understand that we aren't the first people toencounter these Pauline letters. Not surprisingly, with this forayinto the emerging area of reception history, Anthony Thiselton hasset a high bar for those who will follow."
--Joel B. Green, Professor of New TestamentInterpretation, Fuller Theological Seminary
"It will be a key resource for all who would endeavour tounderstand how Paul has been read and should be read. Lucid instyle, this volume is not only immensely scholarly it is also anaccessible and extremely enjoyable read!"
--Professor Alan J Torrance, Chair of SystematicTheology, University of St Andrews